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1 LES QUESTIONS DU 5E

2 How long will the exam be? 7 th 7 th grade Exam is on Thursday, June 4 from 8:15 to 10:00. Thats Thats 1 hour and 45 minutes minutes

3 When do you use voici voil à & ce sont? FIRST UNDERSTAND THE MEANING. voici voici = here is voilà voilà = there is or ta da! ce ce sont sont = these are… those are… Voici Voici Cecile. Voilà Voilà la maison de mon pere. Guillaume! Enfin! Qui Qui est-ce? Ce sont sont les frères de ma mère.

4 How do you know which conjugation for -ELER verbs to use. geler geler this word has 2 syllables. this word has 2 syllables. je gèle nous gelons je gèle nous gelons tu gèles vous gelez tu gèles vous gelez elle gèle ils gelent elle gèle ils gelent appeler appeler this word has 3 syllables. this word has 3 syllables. jappelle nous appelons jappelle nous appelons tu appelles vous appelez tu appelles vous appelez elle appelle ils appellent elle appelle ils appellent

5 Will we need to know which article to put in front of a country, city or town? OUI. Cest facile. le le = masculine countries are like masculine nouns. They dont usually end in e. Le Maroc. la la = feminine countries are like feminine common nouns. They usually end in e. La France l= Countries which begin with vowels tend to be feminine. THERE THERE ARE EXCEPTIONS!!!! Le Bélgique

6 Will we need to know which article to put in front of a country, city or town? You need to know this because youll have to know when to say: du du or de de in Je viens du du Bresil. Je viens de de France. Je viens des des Etats-Unis

7 Will we need to know which article to put in front of a country, city or town? And you need to know this because youll have to know when to say: say: en, au au or aux aux in Jhabite au au Bresil. Jhabite en en France. Jhabite aux aux Etats-Unis

8 Will we need to know which article to put in front of a country, city or town? Now, for cities and towns, all you need to remember is de Je viens de de Buffalo. Je viens Paris. Je suis Jacmel. Je suis d Avignon. Or, à: Jhabite à Buffalo. Jhabite à Paris. Jhabite à Jacmel. Jhabite à Avignon.

9 Will questions about the movie be on the test? The The movies provide content for the test, but you will not be asked to remember facts learned in the movies. final exam evaluates French vocabulary and grammar knowledge.

10 Is it all multiple choice? oui.

11 What material should we know for the exam? From From Grammaire progressive: niveau debutant You must know Units 1-5. In In 8 th 8 th grade we will finish unit 6 and you will start a new workbook: La Grammaire progressive: niveau intermediaire

12 What material should we know for the exam? From From Vocabulaire progressive: niveau debutant You have been presented and tested on units (Maddie, Andrew G., RJ, Caroline, and Kristen: I know you didnt get tested on 1-20, but GP covered a lot of this vocabulary). To facilitate your studying, I would simply review the terms that appear in Trimester exams 1 and 2.

13 What is the layout of the exam? multiple choice items. multiple choice items.

14 How long is it? 8 pages. 8 pages.

15 What verbs and which conjugations? Verbs 1-46 Verbs 1-46 avoir to acheter on your list. avoir to acheter on your list.

16 What verbs and which conjugations? Irregular verbs. Irregular verbs. Regular verbs. Regular verbs. Stem-changing verbs. Stem-changing verbs. Reflexive verbs. Reflexive verbs.

17 Any vocabulary? When you read and write you are using French vocabulary all the time. So yes. There is vocabulary. When you read and write you are using French vocabulary all the time. So yes. There is vocabulary.

18 Any vocabulary? From From Vocabulaire progressive: niveau debutant You You have been presented and tested on units (Maddie, Andrew G., RJ, Caroline, and Kristen: I know you didnt get tested on 1-20, but GP covered a lot of this vocabulary). To To facilitate your studying, I would simply review the terms that appear in Trimester exams 1 and 2.

19 Will the questions about ourselves be basically what the profile is but oral? oui. oui. Comment Comment tappelles-tu? Quel Quel age as-tu? Cest Cest quand ton anniversaire? Ou Ou est-ce que tu habites? Quel Quel est ton plat prefere? Quest-ce Quest-ce que tu aimes faire?

20 Will the profile we are writing about a movie we have seen in the past? Non. Non. Remember, Remember, profiles are about a character in a movie. Iwill be showing you the movie on June 2. You will have to go home and write your profile on a person. your profile on the character to me before or on June 4 th. No late profiles will be accepted.

21 How will the profile be graded? The The grade you receive on the profile will be its own grade on the scale of 100. The profile grade will be averaged with the multiple choice portion of the exam. 15% 15% of your exam grade is averaged into your final grade for the year.

22 How will the final profile be graded? This This will be the first part of your exam. Remember the honor code, you may not share information. You You may use your own work to help you in writing this profile, grammaire progressive and vocabulaire progressif. progressif. Your dictionary should not be used for this portion. Points will be deducted if words not in your GP or VP are used.

23 What is the regular imparfait? You You do not need to know the imparfait for the exam. The The imparfait is a way to express the past in French. At our level, we tend to see it when we read: Jétais Jétais triste.

24 For the se verbs that are on the sheet, are those on the only sheet? oui. oui.

25 Will the profile be like what we did last week? oui. oui.

26 So whatever has been on the trimester exam is fair game? oui. oui.

27 So, what do we need to know? Everything Everything on Trimester exam 1 and 2 GP GP Units 4 & 5.

28 Do we have to know any VP vocab? If so, what units? oui. oui. VP VP 1-26 Basically, Basically, what is on the trimester 1 & 2 exams.

29 What units of GP do we have to know? GP GP units 1-5 Basically, Basically, what you had on your quizzes.

30 In the oral component will you ask us questions? oui. oui. Comment Comment tappelles-tu? Quel Quel age as-tu? Cest Cest quand ton anniversaire? Ou Ou est-ce que tu habites? Quel Quel est ton plat préféré? Quest-ce Quest-ce que tu aimes faire?

31 From what movie will the character profile be written? No No Reservations: Paris.

32 Will the profile have to be as detailed as our personal profile? Oui. Oui.

33 How long is the exam? How long will it take us? multiple choice 8pages You You will have 105 minutes to complete it.

34 How long is the writing and the oral? Your Your profile needs to contain all the sentences used to build a profile words minimum. Oral Oral exam: 3 minutes.

35 When do you use: voici, voilà, il y a, cest, ce sont, ce, cet, cette or ces. First, First, I recommend you understand what each term means in English.

36 When do you use: voici, voilà, il y a, cest, ce sont, ce, cet, cette or ces. voici Here is. Voici ma main. voilà There is. Voilà monsieur Crane. il y a There is; there are: Il y a dix filles dans la salle. cest It is; Its, This is. Cest mon frère. ce sont This is; These are; Ce sont les amis de ma sœur. ce This; that; in front of a singular masculine noun. cet This; that; in front of a singular masculine noun that begins with a vowel. cette This; that; in front of a singular feminine noun. ces This; that; in front of a plural noun.

37 On the things to know sheet, there is not GP from trimester 3, do we not have to know that, but just the verbs and conjugation? All the quizzes you have taken this term are included in the final exam. That includes information from GP Unit 3, 4 and 5. All the quizzes you have taken this term are included in the final exam. That includes information from GP Unit 3, 4 and 5.

38 When do you use: voici, voilà, il y a, cest, ce sont, ce, cet, cette or ces. voici Here is. Voici ma main. voilà There is. Voilà monsieur Crane. il y a There is; there are: Il y a dix filles dans la salle. cest It is; Its, This is. Cest mon frère. ce sont This is; These are; Ce sont les amis de ma sœur. ce This; that; in front of a singular masculine noun. cet This; that; in front of a singular masculine noun that begins with a vowel. cette This; that; in front of a singular feminine noun. ces This; that; in front of a plural noun.

39 When do you use: de words? de (preposition) Of, from. This is used in front of cities, in front of non-specific or immeasurable quantities. In a negation when you are expressing what you dont have. Je viens de Buffalo. Je mange trop de sushi. Je nai pas de crayon. d Same as above, but used before a vowel. Je viens d Avignon. Je mange trop dartichauts. Je nai pas daiguille pour coudre le pantalon. du (preposition) Of, from. In front of a masculine Proper noun. Of the, from the in front of a masculine common noun. Je mange du gâteau. Je viens du Brésil. Je suis près du cinéma. de la (preposition) Of, from. In front of a feminine common noun. Je voudrais de la pizza. Je viens de la bibliotheque. Je suis à côté de la librairie.

40 When do you use: de words? de l (preposition) Of, from. In front of a common noun which begins with a vowel. Je viens de la bibliothèque. Je suis à côté de la librairie. des (preposition) Of, from. In front of a masculine Proper noun. Of the, from the in front of a masculine common noun. Je suis des Etats-Unis. Je veux des haricots verts. Je suis près des magasins dans Elmwood Village.

41 What are the future tenses for all the verbs? In this class, we have learned to form the future by conjugating the verb aller in the present and writing the main verb in the infinitive. In this class, we have learned to form the future by conjugating the verb aller in the present and writing the main verb in the infinitive. Je vais réussir à lexamen. Je vais réussir à lexamen.

42 How do you make questions? Here is a statement: Here is a statement: Tu vas au Maroc.Tu vas au Maroc. How do you turn it into a question? How do you turn it into a question? Tu vas au Maroc?Tu vas au Maroc? Est-ce que tu vas au Maroc?Est-ce que tu vas au Maroc? Vas-tu au Maroc?Vas-tu au Maroc?

43 What is Quest-ce que cest? and where do I put it? Quest-ce que cest= Quest-ce que cest= What is it? Its a question. You use it to ask what something is or what something means.

44 When do you use the pronom tonique? moi Moi, jaime le chocolat? toi Et toi? lui Et lui, quest-ce quil aime? elle Le chocolat est à elle. nous Nous, on va au cinema. Nous, nous aimons le film de Jet Li. vous Et vous. Vous aimez le rugby?

45 When do you use the pronom tonique? eux Leo et Thomas, eux, ils aiment jouer au foot. elles Et elles? Elles sont bavardes. You use it to emphasize a person as another way to show ownership. On va chez moi. Cest pour toi.

46 What is the difference between des used with un or une and des used with du & de la This is an excellent question. The answer resides in the meaning: des: the plural form of un or une = SOME. Jai des chaussures. des: the plural form of du or de la = of, from, of the, from the, or some. Je viens des Pays Bas. Je veux des bonbons.

47 When do I use à? à = at, in, at the, to the

48 When do you use: à words? à (preposition) to, at, in. This is used in front of cities, in front of non-specific or immeasurable quantities. In a negation when you are expressing what you dont have. Jhabite à Buffalo. Je te vois à huit heures. au (preposition) to, at, in. In front of a masculine Proper noun. at the, to the in front of a masculine common noun. Jhabite au Maroc. Je vais au cinéma. à la (preposition) at the, to the in front of a feminine common noun. Jhabite au Maroc. Je vais au cinéma. à l (preposition) Of, from. In front of a feminine common noun. Je voudrais de la pizza. Je viens de la bibliotheque. Je suis à côté de la librairie.

49 When do you use the possessive? mon ton, son, notre, votre, leur Goes in front of masculine nouns. My, your, his, her, our, your, their ma ta, sa, notre, votre, leur Goes in front of feminine nouns. My, your, his, her, our, your, their mes tes, ses, nos, vos, leurs Goes in front of plural nouns. My, your, his, her, our, your, their

50 How do you answer a question? 1. Understand the question. Comment tappelles-tu? 2. Identify the verb. Comment tappelles-tu? 3. Answer the question with the verb in a complete sentence. Conjugate properly. Je mappelle Cécile.

51 When do you use le? Used in front of a masculine noun. It means= THE

52 What is the difference between a stem- changing verb and a reflexive verb? These stem-changing verbs and reflexive verbs are –ER verbs. (There are non-ER verbs that are reflexive verbs.) These stem-changing verbs and reflexive verbs are –ER verbs. (There are non-ER verbs that are reflexive verbs.) Stem changing verbs have two stems instead of the usual one. Stem changing verbs have two stems instead of the usual one. Reflexive verbs have reflexive pronouns and indicate that the action is being done to the subject attached to the verb. Reflexive verbs have reflexive pronouns and indicate that the action is being done to the subject attached to the verb.

53 What is the difference between a stem- changing verb and a reflexive verb? Stem 1 Stem 2 mang mange (nous form only) commenc commen çe (nous form only) appel appell (boot) jet jett (boot) achet achèt préfér préfèr

54 What is the difference between a stem- changing verb and a reflexive verb? je me réveille je me réveille tu te réveilles tu te réveilles il se réveille il se réveille elle se réveille elle se réveille on se réveille on se réveille nous nous réveillons nous nous réveillons vous vous réveillez vous vous réveillez ils se réveillent ils se réveillent elles se réveillent elles se réveillent

55 What is the difference between a stem- changing verb and a reflexive verb? je me lève je me lève tu te lèves tu te lèves il se lève il se lève elle se lève elle se lève on se lève on se lève nous nous levons nous nous levons vous vous levez vous vous levez ils se lèvent ils se lèvent elles se lèvent elles se lèvent Sometimes, there are stem- changing, reflexive verbs.

56 What is the difference between les and des les = the (in front of a plural noun) les = the (in front of a plural noun) des = some (in front of a plural noun) des = some (in front of a plural noun) = of, from = of, from = of the, from the = of the, from the

57 What is the difference between les and des é e accent aigue è e accent grave ê e accent circonflex ë e tréma ç c cedille

58 Are we going to need all the chapters we did in GP? YES. UNITS 1-5. Are we going to need all the chapters we did in GP? YES. UNITS 1-5. Are you going to make the xam fro old tests? YES Are you going to make the xam fro old tests? YES Do you need to know all the verbs on the list. JUST AVOIR TO ACHETER. Do you need to know all the verbs on the list. JUST AVOIR TO ACHETER. How much is this worth for our final grade for this class? 15% How much is this worth for our final grade for this class? 15%

59 Déménager to move from one house to another to move from one house to another


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