Présentation au sujet: "Unité 2 La vie courante Leçon 3 Bon appétit Thème et Objectifs Everyday life in France In this unit, you will learn how to get along in France. You will."— Transcription de la présentation:
Thème et Objectifs Everyday life in France In this unit, you will learn how to get along in France. You will learn: To order snacks and beverages in a café To ask about prices and pay for your food/drink To use French money
Thème et Objectifs In this unit, you will also learn: To tell time To give the date and the day of the week To talk about the weather
Objectif : Aujourd’hui (Today’s Objective) How to ask how much something costs… How to ask a friend to lend you something…
L’argent européen Since 2002, twelve European countries have been using a new currency: the euro (l’euro). These countries include France, as well as, Germany, Ireland, Austria, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Finland, Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. The euro has the same value in all of these countries. It is also very convenient since you do not need to change money when you travel from one country to another.
L’argent européen: L’euro The euro is divided into 100 cents or centimes. The euro currency consists of 7 different bills and 8 different coins. The euro bills are of different colors and different sizes. The largest is worth 500 euros and the smallest 5 euros.
Les billets Cinq euros dix euros Vingt eurosCinquante euros
Les pièces Deux euros Un euro Cinq centimes 2 centimes Un centime Cinquante centimes Dix centimes
Parler: You have been shopping in Paris and discover that you did not exchange enough money. Ask a friend to loan you the following sums: 5 euros S’il te plaît, prête-moi cinq euros. 1. 2 euros 2. 3 euros 3. 10 euros 4. 20 euros 5. 30 euros 6. 40 euros 7. 25 euros 8. 15 euros 9. 50 euros
Carte de sortie… On a separate piece of paper, how do you say: How to ask how much something costs?
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