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Vocabulaire 2.3 Français I. Comment tu trouves ça ? What do you think of that (it)? What do you think of that (it)?

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1 Vocabulaire 2.3 Français I

2 Comment tu trouves ça ? What do you think of that (it)? What do you think of that (it)?

3 Comment tu trouves ___ ? What do you think of ___ ? What do you think of ___ ? This chapter, you could insert the name of a school subject in the blank. This chapter, you could insert the name of a school subject in the blank.

4 1. C’est super. 2. C’est cool 3. C’est facile. 4. C’est génial. 5. C’est intéressant. 6. C’est passionnant. 1. It’s super. 2. It’s cool. 3. It’s easy. 4. It’s great. 5. It’s interesting. 6. It’s fascinating.

5 1. Ça va. 2. C’est pas mal. 1. It’s OK. 2. It’s not bad.

6 1. C’est barbant. 2. C’est difficile. 3. C’est nul. 4. C’est pas super. 5. C’est pas terrible. 6. C’est zéro. 1. It’s boring. 2. It’s difficult. 3. It’s useless. 4. It’s not so hot. 5. It’s not so great. 6. It’s a waste of time.

7 Casual Conversation Text p. 58 (À la française) Text p. 58 (À la française) In casual conversation, you might try using the abbreviated forms of words just as French teenageers do. In casual conversation, you might try using the abbreviated forms of words just as French teenageers do. For example, la récréation, can be abbreviated to la récré. For example, la récréation, can be abbreviated to la récré.

8 Casual Conversation 1. les sciences naturelles 2. la géographie 3. l’éducation physique et sportive 4. l’après-midi 5. les mathématiques 6. le professeur 1. les sciences nat 2. la géo 3. le sport 4. l’aprèm 5. les maths 6. le prof How would you abbreviate the following?

9 Casual Conversation Text p. 61 (À la française) Text p. 61 (À la française) In informal conversation, French speakers will often leave out the ne in a negative sentence. In informal conversation, French speakers will often leave out the ne in a negative sentence. –J’aime pas les hamburgers, moi. –C’est pas super, la géo.

10 Casual Conversation The last two slides will help you when you complete 2.3 GS Ex. 7 (text p. 69). The last two slides will help you when you complete 2.3 GS Ex. 7 (text p. 69).

11 Note culturelle (p. 61) The French system of grading is based on a scale of 0 – 20. The French system of grading is based on a scale of 0 – 20. A score of less than 10 is failing. A score of less than 10 is failing. Students are usually pleased with a score of 10 or higher. Students are usually pleased with a score of 10 or higher. They must work very hard to receive a 17 or an 18. They must work very hard to receive a 17 or an 18. It’s very rare to earn a 19 or a 20. It’s very rare to earn a 19 or a 20.


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