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Reflexive verbs and morning routine FR2

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1 Reflexive verbs and morning routine FR2
Objectives: - Communicate about your own morning routine - Describe someone’s morning routine in present tense and past tense

2 Review What is a reflexive verb? How do you know when you see one?
Give 2 examples of reflexive verbs in French

3 Vocab review Translate: se maquiller se laver se promener se raser
se parfumer se lever se coucher

4 Me,te,se,nous,vous,se Reflexive pronouns What are they?
Remember the song?

5 What are they doing? Look at the picture and say what the persons are doing. Use reflexive verbs.

6 Qu’est-ce qu’elle fait?
Elle se maquille

7 Qu’est-ce qu’il fait? Il se promène.

8 Qu’est-ce qu’ils font? Ils se brossent les dents.

9 Qu’est-ce qu’il fait? Il se lave les mains.

10 Et toi, qu’est-ce que tu fais le matin
Et toi, qu’est-ce que tu fais le matin? D’abord je_________, ensuite je____________, puis je_____________.

11 Past tense: passé composé
Let’s try to remember! What are the 2 main components of passé composé ? What are the 2 auxiliary verbs we can use? How do you know which auxiliary verb to use? What is the past participle of –ER verbs? –IR verbs? –RE verbs

12 Translate I spoke French. J’ai parlé français. I went to the movies. Je suis allé(e) au cinéma. She danced. Elle a dansé.

13 How do we conjuagate reflexive verbs in past tense?
Look at these exemples and find the rule! You have 2 minutes to write the rule! SUBJECT+ _____+_____+_____ Je me suis levé(e). Tu t’es promené(e). Elle s’est couchée. Il s’est lavé. Nous nous sommes levés. Vous vous êtes promenés. Ils se sont couchés. When done, compare with classmate

Reflexive verbs To conjugate a reflexive verb in past tense: SUBJECT+ REFLEXIVE PRONOUN+ AUXILIARY ETRE+ PAST PARTICIPLE Ex: Je me suis promené(e) Attention! The past participle agrees with the subject (if there is no DO)

15 Agreement: You will add agreement (masc/fem, sing/plural) to the past participle when the reflexive does not take a direct object: EX: Je me suis lavée. (I am a girl) BUT: Je me suis lavé les mains. (I washed my hands – hands is a direct object) / e s es

16 What is a direct object? Direct objects are the people or things in a sentence which receive the action of the verb. To find the direct object in a sentence, ask the question Who? or What?     I see Pierre .     Je vois Pierre .  Who do I see? Pierre .     I'm eating the bread     Je mange le pain .  What am I eating? - Bread .

17 EXCEPTIONS: Some reflexive verbs are also REGULAR verbs (non-reflexive)– watch out! They are only reflexive when the action is performed upon the self. EX: laver – elle s’est lavée; elle a lavé le chien (*If it’s part of your body, it’s reflexive)

18 NEGATIVES When making a past tense reflexive NEGATIVE, follow this pattern: Subject, NE, reflexive pronoun, form of être, PAS, past participle EX: je ne me suis pas lavé (e)

19 Qu’est-ce qu’ils ont fait ce matin?
Practice: Qu’est-ce qu’ils ont fait ce matin?

20 Qu’est-ce qu’elle a fait?
Elle s’est maquillée.

21 Qu’est-ce qu’il a fait? Il s’est promené.

22 Qu’est-ce qu’il a fait? Il s’est lavé (les mains).

23 Et toi, qu’est-ce que tu as fait ce matin?
Write 4 sentences about what you did this morning. Use reflexive verbs. Share with the class. Listen! I will ask you questions about your classmates’ daily routine.

24 Qu’est-ce que Mr Bean a fait ce matin?
Watch the video: Take notes about what you see in French. Write as many sentences as you can to describe what Mr Bean did. Useful words we don’t know: Sonner: to ring Se cogner: to hit something S’étirer: to stretch

25 Handout:Practice New verbs: S’ennuyer: to be bored
Se passer: to happen S’asseoir: to sit down (« assis » is the past participle)

26 Stop here for today

27 Dice game In groups of 3-4 1 judge, the others are players
Throw the 2 dices (1 with verb, 1 with subject) Conjugate the given verb with the given subject in past tense The judge gives you the point if it’s correct. When time is over, the person with the most points wins. Next page:example

28 Dice Game If one dice shows: JE And the other shows: se maquiller
You will conjugate the verb « se maquiller » with the subject « je »: je me suis maquillé(e). What if one dice shows « tu » and the other one « se laver »? Tu te laves. Ok! Let’s play!

29 Your comic strip Take out the comic strip you made last week about your daily routine. Change your sentences to past tense. (no need to write, just in your head) Share orally with a classmate. Switch.

30 Jeopardy

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