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© 2011 wheresjenny.com Working Conditions – Part II
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Working Conditions – Part II Underpaid: pay too little to (someone) or for (something). Stressful: Stress is the body's reaction to a change that requires a physical, mental or emotional adjustment or response. Overtime: Time in addition to what is normal, esp. time worked beyond one's scheduled working hours. Allowances: A sum of money paid regularly to a person, typically to meet specified needs or expenses. Unemployment Benefits: Insurance benefits paid by the state or federal government to individuals who are involuntarily out of work in order to provide them with necessities, such as food, clothing, and shelter.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Working Conditions – Part II EnglishFrench UnderpaidSous-payés StressfulStressant Overtime Heures supplémentaires AllowancesDes indemnités Unemployment Benefits Des allocations de chômage
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Working Conditions – Part II How much your paid What you can talk about! Working conditions likes breaks How much supervisors, managers and owners earn. Do you need to bring a doctors note?
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Working Conditions – Part II What you mustn't do! You cant share confidential information with other workers Never talk about working conditions in front of customers.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Working Conditions – Part II Communicate after working hoursWorking overtime Management sets tight project deadlines. Employees chose salary increment over a vacation
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Working Conditions – Part II Late Late (en retard) a un comparatif et deux superlatifs reguliers : Later plus tard, the latest le tout dernier en date, the last le dernier Quand on compare deux elements, le comparatif est irregulier. the latter dernier LATE LATEST LAST LATER
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Working Conditions – Part II Fill in the blanks with the right word: late, last, later, latter, latest. 1.The employee did his best to finish in time. Unfortunately, he finished ________. 2.It's a bit ________ to change your mind! Come on, go on with your work! 3.The ________ news from the department is very alarming. 4.My colleague has two urgent tasks: the former is done, the ________ has to be done. 5.Do you know that Paul is in his ________ forties? Yes I do. He'll be 48 next week. 6.She say's it's the ________ time she will accept such a situation. 7.Goodbye! See you ________!
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Working Conditions – Part II Les pronoms relatifs AnimeNon-anime Sujetwhowhich / that Objet(whom / that)(which / that) Complement prepositionnelat whomat which Complement de nomwhoseof which / whose Le choix d'un pronom relatif depend de ce qui le precede. Who: anime, sujet The manager who is new will help you. (Le directeur qui est nouveau va vous aider.) Which / that: non anime, sujet It is a firm which / that is famous. (C'est une enterprise qui est celebre.) That ou complement It is a job (that) I don't like. (C'est un travail que je n' aime pas.)
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Working Conditions – Part II Where: lieu The place where he works is pleasant. (L'endroit ou il travaille est agreable.) When: epoque, moment ou jour I remember the day when I got my first job. (Je me souviens du jour ou j'ai eu mon pre-mier emploi.) Why: cause He does not know the reason why he failed. (Il ne sait pas pourquoi il a echoue.) Traduction de "don't" Whose: une possesssion, The clerk, whose results are good has been promoted. (Cet employe, dont les resultats sont bons, a recu une promotion.) Preposition: si le verbe est suivi d'une preposition. It is a subject I cannot talk about. (C'est un sujet dont je ne peux parler.)
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Working Conditions – Part II Fill in the blanks with the appropriate relative pronouns: where, who, whom, whose, which. 1.Apple received an unexpected welcome, ________ included the burning of pictures of iPhones. 2.The company employs 800, 000 people, half of ________ live in Shenshen. 3.The firm operates in a huge industrial park, ________ is called Foxconn city. 4.This is the place ________ suicides took place. 5.A constant stream of young workers replace those ________ leave. 6.He is a psychologist ________ wrote a book about working conditions. 7.He says he spoke with hundreds of clerks ________ lives had been ruined by unfair reviews.
Working from home – Part I © 2011 wheresjenny.com WORKING FROM HOME PART - I.
Notes les 5-6 mars Les pronoms y et en. Le pronom y The pronoun y replaces a previously mentioned phrase that begins with the prepositions à, chez, dans,
At The Office + Past Indefinite Tense © 2011 wheresjenny.com.
© 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.PB.2-1 Point de départ The verbs savoir and connaître both mean to know. The verb you use will.
Crime © 2011 wheresjenny.com 1. Crime © 2011 wheresjenny.com 2 THEFT of stealing someones car Thief PICKPOCKET PICKPOCKETER.
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.8B.2-1 Point de départ The verbs savoir and connaître both mean to know. The verb you use will depend on the context.
Do Now Choose the correct word to complete the sentence. 1. An architect is someone who/which designs building. 2. A vacuum cleaner is something that/whose.
Vocabulaire leçon 8. Asking information questions: Follow the formula: Interrogative expression + est-ce que + subject + verb…..? Ex. Où est-ce que tu.
C’est / Ce sont Versus Il / Elle est Ils / Elles sont.
Français I – Leçon 4A Structures -The verb aller -The preposition à -Interrogative words.
Quelques petites choses à rappeler. Prépositions À ▫Expressions comme hésiter à, aller à pied etc. De ▫Expressions comme décider de, parler de, avoir.
Changing World of Work Le monde du travailil change encore... Its been a hard days night... Media/Family/Peers – Expectations about work Médias, famille,
1. 2 Chairing a meeting… 3 OPENING Lets get started Lets start Shall we start Lets get down to work.
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.4A.2-1 Point de départ In Leçon 2A, you learned four ways to formulate yes or no questions in French. However,
Ce que / Ce qui The thing that……... To get top marks in French, we need some really good vocab or idiomatic expressions as some people might call them!
© 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.4A.2-1 Point de départ In Leçon 2A, you learned four ways to formulate yes or no questions in.
Les Pronoms Relatifs: Qui & Que French 11. Clauses Mary ate the apple. Independent clause : proposition indépendante Mary ate the apple and she drank.
Betsy Potter. These are often called “stress pronouns” Singular Moi (me) Toi(you) Lui, elle, soi(him, her, oneself) Plural Nous (us) Vous(you) Eux,
Les Pronoms Objets Object Pronouns. What is a pronoun? What is a pronoun? A Pronoun replaces a noun A Pronoun replaces a noun There are two types of object.
Les Pronoms Accentues or stressed pronouns are used to emphasize a noun or pronoun that refers to a person. French stressed pronouns correspond in some.
GRAMMAR POINT Preposition Of Time My Job + Preposition Of Time
Continué... Two types of questions Yes/no questions Information questions 3 ways to write a question in French Intonation Voice rises at the end Est-ce.
Le pronom en replaces a noun indicating a location, a thing, an idea, or a person.
Les pronoms relatifs définis qui, que, où, dont. A relative pronoun connects two clauses relating to one noun called the antecedent: Je ne connais pas.
Forming questions & Using est-ce-que. French Question Words: Quand …. ? Pourquoi Où Comment Que / quoi Qui Avec qui À quelle heure When … ? Why Where.
Français II – Leçon 5B Structures -Si clauses -Relative pronouns qui, que, dont, où.
Les pronoms y et en. Le pronom Y The pronoun Y is used to replace a place or location in a sentence once the place, location or destination has been identified.
Révision de lExamen Ch. 1 French 1441 J. Dodd. Si, Si, Si! Whats the source of so many arguments? Remembering who said what, who did what, etc. E.G. You.
LA QUANTITE. THE QUANTITY To express an indeterminate quantity (some), we use: De la (féminin) ex: de la viande De l (in front of mute « h » or a vowel)
Depuis, Pendant, Pour and il y a. The French prepositions depuis, pendant, andfar less commonly pour each express the __________ of an event a little.
LES PRONOMS SUJETS SUBJECT PRONOUNS. SUBJECT PRONOUNS: WHEN DO WE USE THEM? 1-TO TALK TO OR ABOUT PEOPLE, YOU CAN USE SUBJECT PRONOUNS TO REPLACE THEIR.
Chapitre 6. The Imperfect Tells how things were or what used to happen repeatedly in the past. Formation: Take present-tense nous conjugation, drop –ons,
I NTRODUCTION TO F RENCH S UBJECT P RONOUNS Lesson.
Direct object pronouns : me, te, le, la, nous, vous, les.
Les pronoms y et en. POSTERS Poster for up to 10 additional points are due tomorrow! So do not forget!
Vocabulaire 9.2 Français II. Tu connais la nouvelle ? Did you hear the latest news?
NEGATION MOST COMMON NEGATIVES ARE Ne ….pas – not Ne …jamais – never Ne …personne – nobody Ne …plus – anymore Ne …rien – nothing.
Pronoms sujets Subject Pronouns. The subject of a sentence is the person or thing which performs the action.
Vocabulaire 6.3 Français I. Quand (ça)? When? tout de suite right away.
NE …QUE une autre expression. ne…que ne devient n (plus voyelle ou h) que devient qu.
Les pronoms. Introduction We use pronouns to replace nouns in sentences so that our speech is less repetitive. Example: The dog is called Marta. John.
Par Hannah et Heather Pronoms Relatifs. Just as in English, a French relative pronoun links a dependent/relative clause (a clause that cannot stand alone)
PRÉPOSITIONS AVEC LE TEMPS DEPUIS, PENDANT, & IL Y A.
Français II – Leçon 2B Structures -The passé composé of reflexive verbs -the pronouns y and en.
Y & en Two pronouns which you cannot do without. y You may have been taught that y means there.
3.2 The passé composé with être —Finalement c’est elle qui n’est pas venue. —Et vous êtes venue quand même?
Youre welcome. D_ R_ De rien I have to J_ d_ Je dois.
Participe présent et du gérondif. Plus-que parfait The french past perfect or pluperfect is used to indicate an action in the past that occurred before.
Amuse-toi avec les pronoms directs et indirects!.
En classele 21 mars La question Les objectifs: Understand question words / phrases Form accurate questions Take a risk!
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