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regarder écouter dormir jouer sortir finir vendre acheter attendre perdre choisir to sell to buy to lose to wait to choose Extension Task Can you come up with any more verbs in the infinitive? to finish to sleep to go out to watch to play to listen Match up these verbs And what do these verbs mean? ©2013 FrenchTeacherResources.com
1.What is a verb? 2.How can you tell if the word you have found in a dictionary is a verb? 3.What is an infinitive? 4.What letters do French infinitive verbs end in? Are they all the same? 5. What is the present tense? Can you explain it? ©2013 FrenchTeacherResources.com
What are the infinitives of these? 1.To watch 2.To listen 3.To sleep 4.To sell 5.To buy 6.To go out 7.To wait 8.To lose regarder écouter dormir vendre acheter sortir attendre perdre French verbs are categorised into 3 groups – can you work out what these are? ©2013 FrenchTeacherResources.com
French verbs are categorised by their endings... -er-ir-re regarderdormirvendre écoutersortirattendre jouerfinirperdre You will need to remember this for later!! ©2013 FrenchTeacherResources.com
Who could use a verb? Extension! Why are there 2 words for they? Can you explain why? How are they used? FrenchEnglish je tu il elle on nous vous ils elles I you (friend) he she one/we we they (masc) they (fem) you (formal) ©2013 FrenchTeacherResources.com
-er-ir-re regarderfinirvendre jeregardefinisvends turegardesfinisvends ilregardefinitvend elleregardefinitvend onregardefinitvend nousregardonsfinissonsvendons vousregardezfinissezvendez ils elles regardentfinissentvendent ©2013 FrenchTeacherResources.com
Have a practise! JETUILELLENOUSVOUSILS écouter jouer choisir (to choose) attendre perdre écoute (jécoute) écoutes écoute écoutons écoutez écoutent joue joues joue jouons jouez jouent choisis choisit choisissonschoisissez choisissent Extension Can you find the pattern of any other verbs? Make sure the dictionary says that they are regular verbs though – they may not work otherwise! attends attend attendons attendez attendent perds perd perdons perdez perdent ©2013 FrenchTeacherResources.com
How do you say in French... 1.He watches 2.We listen 3.She chooses 4.They lose(masc) ______________________________________________ And how about these? 1.We eat 2.She watches 3.We sell 4.You walk (familiar) Il regarde nous écoutons elle choisit Ils perdent nous mangeons elle regarde nous vendons tu marches Extension 1 Can you make up some of your own? Test your partner to see if he/she can understand what youve written. Extension 2 Can you add details to the end of these, to turn them into full sentences? ©2013 FrenchTeacherResources.com
Translate the sentences… 1.He plays tennis. 2.We watch TV. 3.They choose some pizza (fem.) 4.We eat at school. 5.She finishes her homework. 6.He waits for the bus. 7.We listen to music. 8.My brother loses his phone. Can you do 5 of your own? Il joue au tennis Nous regardons la télé Elles choissisent de la pizza Nous mangeons au collège Elle finit ses devoirs Il attend lautobus Nous écoutons de la musique Mon frère perd son portable ©2013 FrenchTeacherResources.com
Think of one thing you have learned this lesson…. Could you explain to someone else how to do this? ©2013 FrenchTeacherResources.com
WALT WILF Talking about the things you do How to use -ER verbs All pupils understand how to use –ER verbs with je, tu, il and elle Some pupils able to.
We use the Present Tense to talk about what is happening right now, at this very minute, e.g. The teacher is talking. The boy is listening. A regular verb.
1. How many ingredients do you need to form the past tense? 2. Can you name them? 3. What is the correct form of avoir with je? 4. What is the correct.
Pour commencer … Read the statements below and put them into three columns depending on whether they are written in the past, present or future tense.
aller – to go Objectif: to be able to understand the verb aller and to use it form the Near Future Tense. Aller is a very important verb. We use it to.
The near Future What is the near future ? In English and in French the near future is used to talk about things which are going to happen soon. I am.
Le futur… e.g. I am going to go shopping. He is going to play football. We are going to watch T.V. Remember: To achieve a Level 5, you need to be able.
Verb Terms you must know: Infinitive – –t–t–t–this is the verb in the whole form, before it is conjugated Subject pronouns –T–T–T–The person or thing.
Objectives: Learn the use of the present tense (1) Formation Verbs ER Verbs IR-Verbs RE Exercises.
An infinitive / linfinitif is 1) the name of a verb 2) the unconjugated form of a verb 3) the form of the verb that means to + the meaning of the verb.
Le but The simple future- understanding how to make sentences about whats going to happen…
Talking about what you are going to do aller + infinitive.
F 2 GRAMMAR REVIEW A. Definite/indefinite articles B. Negative of Un/une/Des C. Subject pronouns D. Contractions E. Jouer + À or De F. Possession with.
© Boardworks Ltd Table des matières: Appartement à louer! Ma chambre Je mamuse chez moi Jaide mes parents Quelle heure est-il?
____________________________ Le passé composé: the past tense STARTER: Copy the verb AVOIR and write the English L/O: To learn the past tense in French.
The Passé Composé Objective: to talk about things we have done on a visit to explain what events happened to speak and write about events in the past.
French I-Unit 5 & 6 Grammar A. Definite/indefinite articles B. Negative of Un/une/Des C. Subject pronouns D. Contractions E. Jouer + À or De F. Possession.
Français 3 Chapitre 1 Grammaire 1. To conjugate –er, -ir and –re verbs in the present tense (to say that something is happening or happens), drop the.
Like in English, verbs are words. Also, as in English, they usually follow the (often a person), which is doing the action. There are subjects: I you.
Le passé composé In this lesson you learn how to communicate about the past.
French II-Reprise Grammar A. Definite/indefinite articles B. Negative of Un/une/Des C. Subject pronouns D. Contractions E. Jouer + À or De F. Possession.
Smoking a regular verb cigar: the –er version The keys to putting together what you want to say!
What is the passé composé? n How do I conjugate the passé composé? n What are some common past participles?
Le futur proche Talking about the future: what you are going to do.
Les normes: Communication 1.2 Comparisons 4.2 La question essentielle: What is the formula for conjugating -RE verbs and what are some of these verbs?
1- Use 2- Formation 3- Time indicators. There is only 1 form of the present tense in French, eg Je joue au tennis whereas there are three in English...
Qu’est-ce que tu aimes faire?. nager téléphoner étudier regarder la télé manger dormir texter écouter de la musique.
Read this to help you understand ER verbs cat eat carrotpencil think book window type computer drink work play shoesroomplant.
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