Présentation au sujet: "Unité 1: Faisons Connaissance Leçon 1 Bonjour!. Thème et Objectifs In this unit, you will learn: To say hello and good-bye To introduce yourself and say."— Transcription de la présentation:
How to ask a friend or classmate how he/she feels: Ça va? How are you?
How to ask a friend or classmate how he/she feels: Comment vas-tu? How are you?
Répétez s’il vous plaît.. Comment vas-tu? How are you?
Comment vas-tu ? Je vais très bien.I am very well. Ça va très bien. Assez bien/ Pas mal. I am fairly or rather well/not bad. Ça va.I am okay. Comme çi, comme ça so-so Pas très bien.Not very well. Très mal.Very badly.
Parler: Ask two students how they are. Comment vas-tu?How are you? Ça va ?How are you ? Très bienVery well BienWell Je vais très bien.I am very well. Assez bien/ Pas mal. I am fairly or rather well/not badly. Comme çi, comme ça so-so Pas très bien.Not very well MalBadly. Très malVery badly.
Les nombres/les chiffres/les numéros de 20 à 60 20 vingt 21 vingt et un 22 vingt-deux 23 vingt-trois 29 vingt-neuf 30 trente 31 trente et un 32 trente-deux 40 quarante 41 quarante et un 42 quarante-deux 50 cinquante 51 cinquante et un 60 soixante
Culturelle: Bonjour When young people meet their teachers, they always use, “Bonjour.” Young French people are generally more formal with adults than their friends. Young people in France address adults as “Monsieur, Madame or Mademoiselle.” The last name is not used in greeting adults. You say, “Bonjour Monsieur, etc.”
Tu et Vous In French greetings, a distinction is made between formal and informal terms of address. When you are speaking to an individual in French, you need to choose between the formal (vous) and informal (tu) forms of address.
Culturelle: Vous Young French people are generally more formal with adults than their friends. Young people in France address adults using “Vous.”
The informal tu is used as follows: Between students of the same age group and young people in general Between people who are on a first-name basis Among family members With children With animals In some French-speaking countries, especially in Africa, the tu form, rather than vous, is used almost exclusively when speaking to a single individual.
The formal vous is used as follows: With and between people who are not on a first- name basis Among people who are meeting for the first time With those who are older than you When addressing more than one person When speaking with someone whom you don’t know very well, who is older than you, or who is in a higher position, vous is in order. In cases of doubt, always use vous.
Parler: With a partner, read the following situations and select the appropriate form of tu or vous for each situation 1. You are speaking with your friend’s mother, Mme Arnaud. Tu ou Vous 2. You are speaking to your dog. Tu ou Vous 3. You are speaking to an instructor. Tu ou Vous 4. You are speaking with a school acquaintance. Tu ou Vous 5. Your grandmother is speaking to you. Tu ou Vous 6. You are speaking with a business acquaintaince. Tu ou Vous 7. You are speaking to a group of friends. Tu ou Vous
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Homework: Les Devoirs http://lexiquefle.free.fr Go under: Jeux LES CHIFFRES : Jeu pour les enfants sur les chiffres: Cours en ligneCours en ligne La Planete Des Chiffres 40-60 Copy the numbers you hear on a separate sheet of paper with your name. Turn in tomorrow for class.
Quiz on September 24 th :Unité 1: Leçon 1 pgs. 12-25 Greetings The numbers from 0 to 60 How to talk about where people are from How to talk about one’s nationality How to find out how old someone is How to say good-bye How to greet a friend or classmate How to greet a teacher or another adult How to ask people how they feel
Carte de sortie… On a separate piece of paper, write your name and the answer to the following question. Turn this paper in for a grade. How do you greet a teacher or another adult?