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1 échauffement (8/23/12) On the note card at your seat, please write:
Name (full and what you prefer to be called), birthday, last school you were at What you are most excited to learn about or do in French class this year Something that you may be nervous about in French class Anything else you think I may need to know about you Using the white paper, please make a legible name tag like the one on the front desk – feel free to use the markers in the box up front!

2 Français II Mme. Kate Suarez

3 The “5 C’s” Communication – communicate in languages other than English Cultures – gain knowledge and understanding of other cultures Connections – connect with other disciplines and acquire information Comparisons – develop insight into the nature of language and culture Communities – participate in multilingual communities at home and around the world

4 Classroom Expectations
Be respectful of materials, peers, and teachers Be prompt and prepared Participate and actively engage in activities No use of electronic translators Try your best and be your best!

5 Expectations continued
Keep binder and work neatly organized Ask questions! Don’t wait until it’s too late! Take notes… you will review them often Try to take your bathroom breaks during passing period Speak French as much as possible – with the teacher and each other Please save side conversations for after class – class time is work time Be flexible…

6 Routine Check white board/projection first thing for homework corrections and/or échauffement activity Have homework easily accessible for me to check for completion Hand signals – “time out!” Transition time between activities – what does this look like? What is acceptable? Wait for me to dismiss class

7 SVA’s Consequences for Misbehavior
Classroom Reminder Meeting After Class Lunch Detention Call Home to Parent Detention & Call Home Office Referral * Severe offences: automatically #5 & 6

8 “Reprise” Objectifs You will review how to: Describe people and things
Discuss everyday activities Tell what happened in the past Use the present tense of être and avoir, regular -er, -ir, -re verbs; and spelling change -er verbs Use the present tense of irregular verbs, including aller, prendre, boire, and faire Use expressions with avoir Decipher when to use the passé composé and the imparfait Employ direct and indirect object pronouns Use and form the impératif

9 Cornell Notes Record – leave spaces between thoughts. Neatness is not important; organization is important Reduce – simple phrases, cue words, key points – brevity and simplicity Review – summary of notes, ideas for further research

10 Qui sont ces jeunes?

11 être (présent) Je suis nous sommes Tu es vous êtes
to be Je suis nous sommes Tu es vous êtes Il/elle/on est ils/elles sont

12 “être” to the tune of “Hi-ho”
Je suis, Tu es, Il est, elle est, on est, Nous sommes, Vous êtes, Ils sont, elles sont, Être, to be….

13 Où sommes-nous? 1. Édouard et Nathalie ______ à l’hôtel.
2. Jean-François _____ à l’école. 3. Ils _____ en vacances. 4. Julie et moi, nous ______ au match de foot. 5. Vous _____ en retard. 6. Tu ____ végétarien? 7. Je ____ de Bordeaux. 8. Il ____ deux heures et demie. 9. Daniel et Thomas _____ à l’hôpital. 10. Elle _____ chez elle.

14 avoir (présent) J’ai nous avons Tu as vous avez
to have J’ai nous avons Tu as vous avez Il/elle/on a ils/elles ont

15 “avoir” J’ai, Tu as, Il a, on a, Nous avons, Vous avez, Ils ont. C’est le verbe “to have” – “avoir”, Je n’ai pas de devoirs ce soir!

16 Sandra, your new French penpal, is presenting her family to you
Sandra, your new French penpal, is presenting her family to you. Complete her with the correct forms of “avoir” J’__1__ une grande famille avec quatre frères et sœurs. Nous ___2___ aussi beaucoup d’oncles et de tantes. Ils sont mariés et __3__ des enfants. Ce sont tous mes cousins et cousines. Mon grand frère Pierrot __4__ déjà une petite fille, et elle est adorable. Dans les grandes familles, il y __5__ toujours un petit préferé…eh bien, chez nous, c’est elle! Voilà, comme ça, tu __6__ une idée de ma vie ici!


18 Expressions with “avoir”
Avoir…ans Avoir besoin (de) Avoir de la chance Avoir chaud Avoir froid Avoir envie (de) Avoir honte (de) Avoir l’air (de) Avoir peur (de) Avoir raison Avoir sommeil Avoir tort


20 Brigitte Bardot – “La madrague”
former French fashion model, actress, singer and animal rights activist. She was one of the best-known icons of the 1960s. Bardot retired from the entertainment industry in During her career in show business, Bardot starred in 47 films, performed in numerous musical shows, and recorded 80 songs. Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer is a commune in the Var department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region in southeastern France. It neighbours La Ciotat to the west, Bandol to the east and La Cadière-d'Azur to the north. In addition to Saint-Cyr itself, the commune includes the villages of Les Lecques, a port and beach resort, and La Madrague, a small port.

21 Adjectives In French, all nouns have a number (singular or plural) and a gender (masculine or feminine). Most adjectives adopt the feminine form by adding a silent –e (no accent) to the end of the masculine form, unless one is already there. Adding a silent –s to the end of masculine and feminine forms gives you the plural forms of both. *** Don’t forget the exceptions!

22 Adjectives cont… French adjectives are usually placed after the noun they modify when they don’t directly follow a form of être Exceptions – BANGS (Beauty, Age, Newness, Goodness, Size) go before the noun Other adjectives that come before the noun are possessive and demonstrative adjectives…

23 Possessive adjectives
Masc. Sing. Fem. Sing. Plural mon ma mes my ton ta tes your (fam. & sing,) son sa ses his, her, its notre notre nos our votre votre vos your (form. or pl.) leur leur leurs their

24 Demonstrative adjectives
Masc. Sing. Fem. Sing. Plural ce cette ces this, these cet (before vowel sound) this

25 Utilisez les adjectifs possessifs
Modèle: Ce sont ses cahiers. 1. mon copain 2. toi et moi Léo et toi 4. 3. les vendeuses Josie

26 Comparez avec les adjectifs démonstratifs

27 Present tense of regular and irregular verbs; spelling-change –er verbs
French present tense = three English present tense forms Ex. Je parle = I speak, I am speaking, I do speak. It can also equal an immediate future action (J’arrive = I’ll be right there)

28 Regular -er verbs parler je parle tu parles il/elle/on parle
nous parlons vous parlez ils/elles parlent

29 Regular –ir verbs finir je finis tu finis il/elle/on finit
nous finissons vous finissez ils/elles finissent

30 Regular –re verbs vendre je vends tu vends il/elle/on vend
nous vendons vous vendez ils/elles vendent

31 Common irregular verbs
aller faire prendre boire je vais fais prends bois tu vas fais prends bois il/elle/on va fait prend boit nous allons faisons prenons buvons vous allez faites prenez buvez ils/elles vont font prennent boivent

32 Some irregular –ir verbs
sortir dormir courir sors dors cours Sort dort court sortons dormons courons sortez dormez courez sortent dorment courent In the present tense, the verbs partir, sentir, and servir follow the same irregular pattern as sortir and dormir

33 Some irregular –re verbs
conduire mettre dire conduis mets dis conduit met dit conduisons mettons disons conduisez mettez dîtes conduisent mettent disent The following verbs are conjugated like conduire: construire, détruire, produire, réduire, traduire The following verbs are conjugated like mettre: permettre, promettre

34 Spelling change –er verbs
acheter espérer envoyer achète espère envoie achètes espère envoies achetons espérons envoyons achetez espérez envoyez achètent espèrent envoient The following verbs are conjugated like acheter: amener, emmener The following verbs are conjugated like espérer: célébrer, considérer, posséder, préférer, protéger, répéter The following verbs are conjugated like envoyer: employer, essayer, nettoyer, payer

35 Direct and indirect object pronouns
Direct objects receive the action of a verb directly. Indirect objects express to whom or for whom an action is done. Indirect objects are frequently preceded by the preposition à.

36 Direct object pronouns
singular me/m’ te/t’ le/la/l’ plural nous vous les

37 Direct object pronouns
The direct object pronoun directly precedes the verb that it is associated with. Ex. Tu fais les valises? Tu les fais? Ils retrouvent Luc à la gare. Ils le retrouvent à la gare.

38 Direct object pronouns
When a direct object pronoun is used with the passé composé, the past participle must agree with it in both gender and number. Ex. J’ai mis la valise dans la voiture ce matin. Je l’ai mise dans la voiture ce matin J’ai attendu les filles à la gare. Je les ai attendues à la gare.

39 Indirect object pronouns
singular me/m’ te/t’ lui plural nous vous leur

40 Indirect object pronouns
Examples Claire parle à sa mère. Claire lui parle. J’envoie des cadeaux à mes nièces. Je leur envoie des cadeaux.

41 Verbs used with indirect object pronouns
demander à donner à envoyer à montrer à parler à poser une question à prêter à téléphoner à

42 Placement of object pronouns
Object pronouns go between ne/n’ and the conjugated verb. Ex. Je ne le veux pas. Je ne leur téléphone jamais. When there is a sentence with an infinitive following the conjugated verb, object pronouns go before the infinitive. Ex. Je ne vais pas l’acheter. Je ne vais pas lui parler.

43 Placement of object pronouns, continued
REMINDER: When a direct object pronoun is used with the passé composé, the past participle must agree with it in both gender and number. The D.O.P. will go BEFORE the auxiliary verb. Ex. J’ai mis la valise dans la voiture ce matin. Je l’ai mise dans la voiture ce matin J’ai attendu les filles à la gare. Je les ai attendues à la gare.

44 The impératif The form of a verb that is used to give commands or to offer directions, hints, and suggestions. Form the tu command of –er verbs by dropping the –s from the present tense form. Note that aller also follows this pattern.

45 The impératif continued
Uses “tu”, “nous” and “vous” Examples: (Tu) = Écoute Mme. Suarez! Va t’en! Finis les devoirs! (notice for –er verbs, the “s” is not at the end in the “tu” command form) (Nous) = Allons au centre commercial! Dansons! (Vous) = Fermez les yeux! Ouvrez les livres!

46 The impératif continued
The nous and vous command forms of –er verbs are the same as the present tense forms. For –ir verbs, -re verbs, and most irregular verbs, all the command forms are identical to the present tense forms, without the subject pronouns.

47 The impératif continued
The impératif forms of avoir and être are irregular avoir être (tu) aie sois (nous) ayons soyons (vous) ayez soyez

48 The impératif continued
An object pronoun can be added to the end of an affirmative command. Use a hyphen to separate them. Use moi and toi for the first- and second-person object pronouns. Ex. Permettez-moi de vous aider. (Allow me to help you) Achète le dictionnaire et utilise-le. (Buy the dictionary and use it)

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