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1 COMPARISON UNITE 6: PARTIE 1 Le Français 3PIB

2 Comparison Use to compare two or more nouns that have the same quality Use to indicate that one of the nouns has a greater, lesser, or equal degree of a quality. Two types of comparisons: Comparative or Superlative.

3 Comparative The comparative compares a quality of one person or thing with the same quality in another person or thing. The comparison can indicate that one or the other has more, less, or the same amount of the quality.

4 English Greater degree: 1. Paul is taller than Mary. 2. Mary is prettier than her sister. 3. Paul is more intelligent than Mary. 4. My car is more expensive than your car.

5 English Lesser Degree: 1. Paul is not as tall as Mary. 2. My car is less expensive than your car.

6 English Equal Degree: 1. Paul is as tall as Mary. 2. My car is as expensive as your car.

7 French There are the same three degrees of comparison of adjectives as in English. Remember that, in French, agreement between the adjective and the noun is always required. Since a comparative adjective always describes more than one noun, it always agrees in gender and number with the subject.

8 French Greater Degree: 1. Paul est plus actif que Marie. plus +adjective+que

9 French Lesser Degree: Marie est moins active que Paul. moins+adjective+que

10 French Equal Degree: Marie est aussi active que Paul. aussi+ adjective+ que

11 French ADJECTIVE AND ADVERBS 1. plus + adjective(adverb) + que 2. moins + adjective(adverb) + que 3. aussi + adjective(adverb) + que Example: Cet hôtel est aussi moderne que lautre.

12 French NOUNS 1. plus de + noun + que 2. moins de + noun + que 3. aussi de + noun + que Example: Jai moins dargent que vous.

13 French Stressed pronouns are used after que Example: Je suis aussi intelligent que toi. The comparative adjective bon/bonne is meilleur/meilleure. Example: Je suis meilleur en tennis que toi. The comparative adverb bien is mieux. Example: Je joue mieux.

14 Superlative The superlative is used to stress the highest and lowest degrees of a quality The superlative of highest degree is formed differently depending on the length of the adjective. The superlative of bien is le mieux.

15 English Greatest degree: Mary is the smartest. Mary is the most intellient. Lowest degree: Paul is the least active. His car is the least expensive of all.

16 French The superlative of greatest degree is formed: le, la, or les noun + plus + adjective Example: Marie est la plus active de la famille. The superlative of lowest degree is formed: le,la, or les + moins + adjective Example: Paul est le moins actif de la classe.

17 French Le/la/les + plus/moins + adjective (+de) Ex. Voici lhotel le plus moderne de la ville. Le plus/le moins + adverb Ex. Marie voyage le plus souvent. Le plus de/le moins de + noun Ex. Cest Paul qui a le plus dargent.

18 French

19 There are the same three degrees of comparison of adjectives as in English. Remember that, in French, agreement between the adjective and the noun is always required. Since a comparative adjective always describes more than one noun, it always agrees in gender and number with the subject.

20 English Equal Degree: 1. Paul is as tall as Mary. 2. My car is as expensive as your car.

21 English Lesser Degree: 1. Paul is not as tall as Mary. 2. My car is less expensive than your car.

22 English Greater degree: 1. Paul is taller than Mary. 2. Mary is prettier than her sister. 3. Paul is more intelligent than Mary. 4. My car is more expensive than your car.

23 Comparison Use to compare two or more nouns that have the same quality Use to indicate that one of the nouns has a greater, lesser, or equal degree of a quality. Two types of comparisons: Comparative or Superlative.

24 À la réception Combien de temps Jusquà quand Je compte rester a room with a shower a bathroom a telephone TV air conditioning balcony beautiful view

25 À la réception une chambre avec une douche une salle de bains un téléphone une télévision la climatisation lair conditionne un balcon une belle vue a room with a shower a bathroom a telephone TV air conditioning balcony beautiful view

26 À la réception Bonjour monsieur Vous désirez? Je voudrais une chambre. Je voudrais réserver… Quel genre de chambre désirez-vous? Jaimerais une chambre. Pour une personne à un lit Pour deux personnes à deux lits Hello, sir May I help you? I would like a room. I would like to reserve… What kind of room, would you like? I would like… One person One bed Two people Two beds

27 À l'hôtel Où loger On peut aller On peut loger On peut séjourner On peut passer la nuit Dans un hôtel du luxe Dans un hôtel bon marche Une auberge Un auberge de jeunesse Where to stay We can go to We can stay We can spend the night In a luxury hotel In a cheap hotel Inn Youth hostel


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