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1 L Alliance Française Présente: «Bilingual Burlington» La troisième classe jeudi, le 10 février, :30 8 :00 Hôtel de ville - Salle numéro 12 Invitée : Islane Louis Révision : Directions Conversation (jaune): Les expressions de survivance Grammaire (bleu): Definite and Indefinite Articles The BAGS adjectives Vocabulaire (rose) Plus de directions Verbes (vert) -ER verbs -RE verbs -IR verbs Pratique : Directions

2 Révision : Comment ça va? Comment vous appelez-vous? Comment t appelles-tu? Où est? Où se trouve? Pouvez-vous me diriger vers? Conversation : Les expressions de survivance Je ne parle 1 qu un peu de français. I only speak a little French. J apprends le français. I m learning French. Je comprends pas. I don t understand. J ai pas compris. I didn t understand. Comment? What? Pardon? Pardon? Attendez 2, s.v.p. Wait, please.

3 Pouvez-vous répéter? Can you repeat that? Pouvez-vous parler plus lentement? Can you speak more slowly? Plus lentement, s.v.p. More slowly, please. Pour accueillir les francophones To welcome francophones Bienvenue au Vermont! Welcome to Vermont! Bienvenue à Burlington! Welcome to Burlington! D où venez-vous? Where are you from? Vous êtes de Québec? Montréal? France? You re from? Où habitez-vous? Where do you live? Où demeurez-vous? Where are you staying? Vous êtes ici pour combien de temps? How long are you here for? (Tongue Twister) Trois gros rats gris Rôtis 3 dans la grosse graisse grasse. 1 Regular ER verb 2 Regular RE verb 3 Regular IR verb

4 French Nautical Terms Le Québecois +lexicon/en-en/ Grammaire Complete French Grammar (PDF) /Complete_French_Grammar.html Definite and Indefinite Articles The BAGS adjectives

5 Les Articles définis et indéfinis I. Definite articles. In French, the definite articles are used to refer to something specific. There are four different forms of the definite article: le, la, l and les (the) Masculine singular: le bureau the desk Feminine singular : la chaise the chair Masculine or feminine singular before a vowel: l élève (m) the student l école (f) the school Masculine or feminine plural: les élèves (m) les chaises (f) the students the chairs II. Indefinite articles. In French, the indefinite articles are used to refer to something general. There are three different forms of the indefinite article: un, une, and des (a, an, and some) Masculine singular: un bureau a desk Feminine singular : une chaise a chair Masculine or feminine plural : des élèves (m) des chaises (f) some students some chairs

6 Definite article Indefinite article Masculine singular Feminine singular Masculine or feminine singular before a vowel Masculine or feminine plural le la l les the English translation un une un, une des a, and, some

7 The BAGS Adjectives 1. Most adjectives come after the noun in French. Example : La maison blanche (the white house) noun adjective The BAGS adjectives are an exception to this rule. Example : La jolie fille (the pretty girl) adjective noun 2. ALL adjectives must agree with the nouns they describe in number and gender. Example : le bon garçon (the good boy) B Beauty A Age G Goodness S Size les bonnes filles (the good girls)

8 Vocabulaire : Plus de directions Ça prend combien de temps d aller à How long does it take to get to Où êtes-vous stationné? Where are you parked? Vous êtes à pied ou en voiture? Vous y allez à pied ou en voiture? You are (you are going) on foot or by car? Est-ce que vous connaissez Vous connaissez Are you familiar with Savez-vous Do you know (Vous) prenez le premier (deuxième) gauche. (You) take the first (second) left. Avant (après) le feu rouge Before (after) the light En haut de At the top of En bas de At the bottom of

9 Le chemin de fer The railroad Autoroute Rout Le centre commercial The mall La carte The map

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11 Les Verbes en er In order to conjugate (change) er verbes in French you must: 1. drop the er from the infinitive (the simplest form of the verb, the form which ends in er); 2. add the following endings to go with the subject (the person doing the actions.): je - e tu - es il/elle - e nous - ons vous - ez ils/elles - ent parler to talk, to speak je parle - I talk, I am talking, I do talk tu parles - you talk, you are talking, you do talk il/elle parle - he/she talks, he/she is talking, he/she does talk nous parlons - we talk, we are talking, we do talk vous parlez - you talk, you are talking, you do talk ils/elles parlent - they talk, they are talking, they do talk habiter - to live, to inhabit j habite I live, I am living, I do live tu habites you live, you are living, you do live il/elle habite s/he lives, s/he is living, s/he does live nous habitons we live, we are living, we do live

12 vous habitez ils/elles habitent you live, you are living, you do live they live, they are living, they do live porter to carry, to wear je porte I wear, I am wearing, I do wear tu portes you wear, you are wearing, you do wear il/elle porte s/he wears, s/he is wearing, s/he does wear nous portons we wear, we are wearing, you do wear vous portez you wear, you are wearing, you do wear ils/elles portent they wear, they are wearing, they do wear Other - ER verbes

13 Les Verbes en re In order to conjugate (change) re verbes in French you must: 3. drop the re from the infinitive (the simplest form of the verb, the form which ends in re); 4. add the following endings to go with the subject (the person doing the actions.): je - s tu - s il/elle ---- nous - ons vous - ez ils/elles - ent vendre to sell je vends - I sell, I am selling, I do sell tu vends - you sell, you are selling, you do sell il/elle vend - he/she sells, he/she is selling, he/she does sell nous vendons - we sell, we are selling, we do sell vous vendez - you sell, you are selling, you do sell ils/elles vendent - they sell, they are selling, they do sell

14 attendre - to wait j attends I wait, I am waiting, I do wait tu attends you wait, you are waiting, you do wait il/elle attend s/he waits, s/he is waiting, s/he does wait nous attendons we wait, we are waiting, we do wait vous attendez you wait, you are waiting, you do wait ils/elles attendent they wait, they are waiting, they do wait Other verbs conjugated like vendre and attendre perdre - to lose répondre - to answer or respond descendre - to go down or descend défendre - to defend entendre - to hear rendre - to give back

15 Les verbes en ir Choisir (to choose) Finir (to finish) -ir je choisis finis -is tu choisis finis -is il/elle choisit finit -it nous choisissons finissons -issons vous choisissez finissez -issez ils/elles choisissent finissent -issent Verbes comme choisir et finir : bâtir - to build salir - to soil punir - to punish obéir - to obey rougir - to blush chérir - to cherish

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