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How do we pronounce the words we need for Au Café? Jo Rhys-Jones, Hampshire Languages Consultant, 2010 Objectives: to recognise patterns and to revise knowledge of phoneme/grapheme corrsepondance in the foreign language. (KAL)
un café é always rhymes with ay
un coca c is hard unless it is followed by e or i.
une tasse de thé th is always pronounced t é always rhymes with ay note in France tea is usually served without milk.
un chocolat chaud ch is usually pronounced sh. au always rhymes with the English letter O Did you remember not to say the last letter of each word?
un café au lait é and ai rhyme with ay au rhymes with the English letter O Remember not to say the last letter! It means coffee with milk
une glace c followed by e or i is softened and sounds like an s.
une salade niçoise ç always sounds like an s oi always rhymes with wa It means Salad in the style of Nice, a city in the South of France.
une portion de frites tion in French is always pronounced see-yon the French i sounds like an English capital E Be careful – The French word chips means crisps!
un sandwich, un hot-dog, un hamburger These words are borrowed from English, so we just say them in a French way!
une pizza And this word is borrowed from Italian!