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Leçon 4 Les pages cinquante-six à soixante-cinq. Quelle heure est-il? Pronounce: [kail ur ay teel] What time is it? Answer with: Il est… heure(s). It.

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1 Leçon 4 Les pages cinquante-six à soixante-cinq

2 Quelle heure est-il? Pronounce: [kail ur ay teel] What time is it? Answer with: Il est… heure(s). It is … oclock. NOTES

3 Quelle heure est-il? Il est 2 heures. Il est 3 heures. Il est 4 heures. Il est 8 heures. Il est 9 heures. Il est 10 heures. Il est 11 heures. Il est midi/minuit. Its 2 oclock. Its 3 oclock. Its 4 oclock. Its 8 oclock. Its 9 oclock. Its 10 oclock. Its 11 oclock. Its noon/midnight. NOTES

4 To add minutes: Simply say the minutes! Quatre heures douze = 4h12 The French use h instead of : 4 h 12 = 4:12 NOTES

5 To distinguish between A.M. and P.M. Du matin = in the morning [doo mah tahh] De laprès-midi= in the afternoon [duh lah pray mih dee] Du soir = in the evening [doo swahr] NOTES

6 Et quart [ay car] Remember – 15 minutes is a quarter (or ¼) of an hour. 2:15, in French, is deux heures et quart NOTES

7 Et demie [ay dehmee] This is the half hour (remember demie mean half in French) So 2:30 is deux heures et demie NOTES

8 Moins le quart [mwah luh car] This is like saying 15 minutes til the hour Use the NEXT hour then moins le quart so 2:45 becomes trois heures moins le quart NOTES

9 Pour communiquer How to ask at what time something is scheduled: À quelle heure est …? [ah kell err ay …] At what time is …? À quelle heure est le concert? At what time is the concert? NOTES

10 Pour communiquer To Answer when something is: Le concert est à huit heures. The concert is at eight. [luh konsair ay ah ooweat err] À = at (make sure you have the accent) NOTES

11 Pour communiquer To say you have a date or an appointment: Jai un rendez-vous à [zjay un rond-day voo ah…] I have a meeting/date at… NOTES

12 Other words/phrases to know: Avec [ah veck] = with À bientôt [ah bee yah toe] = see you soon Ça va [sah vah] = thats okay (remember, this means other things as well…) Nous avons le temps [new zavoh luh tohm] = we have time NOTES

13 Les Jours de la Semaine The Days of the week lundi [luhn dee] Monday mardi [mar dee]Tuesday mercredi [mare cruh dee] Wednesday jeudi [ju dee]Thursday vendredi [voh dreh dee] Friday samedi [ som dee] Saturday dimanche [dee manshe]Sunday notes French does not capitalize days,months, or holidays!

14 to talk about general days Aujourdhui [oh zjoor dwee] – – Today hier [yahr] – – yesterday demain [duh mah] (nasal) – – tomorrow notes

15 to talk about days of the week Quel jour est-ce? [kell zjoor ess] – – What day is it? Cest… EX: Cest mardi – – It is … It is Tuesday À + day name = See you (day) – – Example: – – À jeudi = see you Thrusday notes

16 Les mois [lay mwah] the months notes janvier février mars avril mai juin juillet They go in the same order as our months. They are not capitalized (except at the beginning of a sentence). août septembre octobre novembre décembre

17 to talk about the date: Quelle est la date? [kell ay lah daht] – – What is the date? Cest… EX: Cest le 12 novembre. – – It is … It is November 12 th. TO SAY THE FIRST OF A MONTH: – – le premier – – Cest le premier juin. It is the first of June. notes

18 La date: remember the DAY goes first!!! We say February 14 th, French speakers say: Le 14 février Or 14/2/2012 We say October 31st, French speakers say: Le 31 octobre Or 31/10/2011 notes Day/ Month/ Year

19 Cest quand, ton anniversaire? Mon anniversaire est le (insert date)! notes

20 Les saisons [lay say soh] NOTES

21 L'hiver [lee vair] Winter (think of Shiver) To say in winter en hiver NOTES

22 Le printemps [luh prah tohm] (nasal) Spring Think of floral PRINTS To say in Spring au printemps NOTES

23 L'été [lay tay] Summer Think of iced tea (le thé) To say in Summer en été NOTES

24 L'automne [low tum] Autumn (or Fall) Looks similar in English To say in Autumn en automne NOTES

25 Some other words to know: Regarde [ray gard] Look! Le pique-nique [peek neek] picnic Écoute [eh koot] Listen Ça na pas dimportance It doesnt matter. [sah nah pah dam poor tahns] Pour quoi? [poor kwah] Why? Parce que [pars kuh] because NOTES

26 To talk about the weather: Quel temps fait-il? [kell tohm fet-eel] Hows the weather? ** be careful do not confuse temps with TIME NOTES

27 Le temps: (the weather) NOTES Il fait beau. [eel fay bow] The weather is beautiful. Il fait bon. [eel fay boh] The weather is nice. Il fait chaud. [eel fay show] The weather is hot.

28 Le temps: (the weather) NOTES Il fait froid. [eel fay fwah] NOT FREUD. The weather is cold. Il fait frais. [eel fay fray] The weather is cool/breezy. Il fait mauvais. [eel fay moe vay] The weather is nasty/yucky.

29 Le temps: (the weather) NOTES Il pleut. [eel pluh] It is raining. Il neige. [eel nehzj] It is snowing. NOTE: There is not fait on these two. As a general rule, if there is precipitation, you will not use fait.


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