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Vocabulaire 4.1 Français II. 2 Note culturelle (p. 99) You know the present-day capital of Martinique is Fort-de-France, but did you know that until 1902.

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1 Vocabulaire 4.1 Français II

2 2 Note culturelle (p. 99) You know the present-day capital of Martinique is Fort-de-France, but did you know that until 1902 the capital was the city of Saint-Pierre? Saint-Pierre was a very rich and glamorous city, known as le Petit Paris of the West Indies. But on the morning of May 8, 1902, Mount Pelée exploded, and in three minutes the entire city of 30,000 people was destroyed. Only one person, a prisoner protected by his cell walls, survived the eruption.You know the present-day capital of Martinique is Fort-de-France, but did you know that until 1902 the capital was the city of Saint-Pierre? Saint-Pierre was a very rich and glamorous city, known as le Petit Paris of the West Indies. But on the morning of May 8, 1902, Mount Pelée exploded, and in three minutes the entire city of 30,000 people was destroyed. Only one person, a prisoner protected by his cell walls, survived the eruption.

3 3 la M a r t i n i q u e

4 4 Tu te rappelles? (p. 100) d(e) + plural BAGS adj. + plural Nd(e) + plural BAGS adj. + plural N When you want to say some, simply use de if there’s an adjective before a plural noun:When you want to say some, simply use de if there’s an adjective before a plural noun: des conseils → de bons conseilsdes conseils → de bons conseils des plages → de belles plagesdes plages → de belles plages

5 5 Où se trouve ___? Where is ___?Where is ___? literally: Where does ___ find itself?literally: Where does ___ find itself? You can also use this question in its plural form:You can also use this question in its plural form: –Où se trouvent les toilettes?

6 6... se trouve is located is located.... La Martinique se trouve aux tropiques.La Martinique se trouve aux tropiques. Les toilettes se trouvent à côté de l’office de tourisme.Les toilettes se trouvent à côté de l’office de tourisme.

7 7 Qu’est-ce qu’il y a ___? What is there ___?What is there ___? You can insert in the blankYou can insert in the blank –à voir(to see) –à faire(to do) –à manger(to eat) You could also addYou could also add –à la Martinique –à Fort-de-France

8 8 Il fait ___? Is it ___? (weather)Is it ___? (weather) beau(pretty)beau(pretty) froid(cold)froid(cold) frais(cool— temperature )frais(cool— temperature ) chaud(hot)chaud(hot) des nuages(cloudy)des nuages(cloudy)

9 9 C’est comment? What’s it like?What’s it like?

10 10 les directions le nord l’est le sud le ouest Add “dans” in front to indicate “in.” Fort-de-France est dans le sud de la Martinique.

11 11 plus grand(e) qu(e) bigger thanbigger than La France est plus grande que mon armoire.La France est plus grande que mon armoire. Mon lycée* est plus grand que ma voiture**.Mon lycée* est plus grand que ma voiture**. The adjective agrees with the comparer*, not the comparee**.

12 12 moins grand(e) qu(e) smaller thansmaller than Henri est moins grand qu’Alain.Henri est moins grand qu’Alain. La Martinique est moins grande que la France.La Martinique est moins grande que la France.

13 13 charmant(e) charmingcharming

14 14 vivant(e) livelylively

15 15 un ananas pineapplepineapple This word is derived from the Carib word for fruit.This word is derived from the Carib word for fruit. Pineapples were one of the first products from the New World presented at court by Spanish explorers in the 16 th century.Pineapples were one of the first products from the New World presented at court by Spanish explorers in the 16 th century.

16 16 un bananier banana treebanana tree A larger variety of banana, the plantain, is starchy, not sweet.A larger variety of banana, the plantain, is starchy, not sweet. It must be cooked before it is eaten and is usually served as a side dish.It must be cooked before it is eaten and is usually served as a side dish. The most common type of plaintain is the Martinique.The most common type of plaintain is the Martinique.

17 17 la capitale capitalcapital capitol (as in the building) Fort-de-France

18 18 des champs (m.) de canne à sucre (some) sugar cane fields(some) sugar cane fields Sugar cane was introduced to the West Indies durin the 1600s.Sugar cane was introduced to the West Indies durin the 1600s. Slaves were brought to Martinique from Africa to work on the sugar plantations.Slaves were brought to Martinique from Africa to work on the sugar plantations.

19 19 une chute d’eau a waterfalla waterfall

20 20 un cocotier a coconut treea coconut tree

21 21 la forêt tropicale tropical rain foresttropical rain forest

22 22 une île an islandan island

23 23 la mer seasea

24 24 un moustique a mosquitoa mosquito

25 25 un palmier a palm treea palm tree

26 26 une plage a beacha beach

27 27 le sable sandsand

28 28 un village de pêcheurs a fishing villagea fishing village

29 29 un volcan a volcanoa volcano Mt. Pelée


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