Présentation au sujet: "1.Say hello to him or her. 2.Ask him or her his or her name. 3.Tell him or her your name. 4.He or she asks you to spell your name (try to write the letters."— Transcription de la présentation:
1.Say hello to him or her. 2.Ask him or her his or her name. 3.Tell him or her your name. 4.He or she asks you to spell your name (try to write the letters as they sound in French) 5.He or she has asked you how many classes there are each day at MCHS. Tell him or her. 6.He or she wants to know how many days a week we go to class here. Tell him or her. 7.He or she wants to know how many classes total you can take here. Tell him or her. Today, you meet the most beautiful/handsome exchange student from Quebec. In order to woo him or her, you must use your one day of French class. Respond in French according to the instructions.
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Je peux… introduce myself. say where I am from introduce friends, family, relatives. count to 100. say how old I am.
Combien de bananes? Il y a trois bananes. 1.Combien de t-shirts? 2.Combien de carottes? 3.Combien de couleurs? 4.Combien de paires de chaussettes?
1.Jean-Paul est français, oui ou non? 2.Patrick est français? 3.Stephanie est française? 4.Et toi? Tu es français ou française?
Region de la France Population: 400,000 Capitale: Fort-de-France Histoire: 1200BCE-1493CE : Inhabité par des Tainos 1493CE : Découvert par Colombus 1500CE-1800CE Esclavage brutale Controlée par l’Angleterre et la France La France a gardée La Martinique 1848CE: abolition de l’esclavage 8 mai 1902: Mont Pelée (30,000 à St. Pierre) 1946: Français officiallement