Presentation on theme: "WALT: SAY WHEN I HAVE AN ACHE OR PAIN IN FRENCH."— Presentation transcript:
1 WALT: SAY WHEN I HAVE AN ACHE OR PAIN IN FRENCH. WILF: USE WORDS I ALREADY KNOW, COMBINED WITH A GRAMMAR RULE FOR LEVEL 4.
2 Match the picture to the correct phrase for each pain or illness Match the picture to the correct phrase for each pain or illness. Copy each phrase in French and English into your exercise book.
3 “J’ai mal à …”In French, to say if you have a pain, ache or are unwell, you use the phrase “J’ai mal à” followed by a word for the part of the body.However, there is a rule of grammar that must be applied because of the word “à”Notice how these phrases from the first exercise are slightly different…
4 The word “à” changes depending on whether the part of the body word, a noun, is either masculine, feminine, plural or begins with a vowel.Remember…Masculine wordsLe , UnLa , UneFeminine wordsLes , DesPlural wordsL’Words starting with a vowel (a,e,i,o,u and silent h)
5 + + This is how the grammar rule works… Masculine words… J’ai mal à le brasWhen à is followed by le, they MUST combine together and change to the word au.So this becomes… J’ai mal au bras.Feminine words…+J’ai mal àla têteWhen à is followed by la, there is no change.So this becomes… J’ai mal à la tête
6 + + Plural words… J’ai mal à les oreilles When à is followed by les, they MUST combine together and change to the word aux.So this becomes… J’ai mal aux oreilles.Words that begin with a vowel…+J’ai mal àl’estomacWhen à is followed by l’, there is no change.So this becomes… J’ai mal à l’estomac
7 NOW, APPLY THESE RULES OF GRAMMAR TO WRITE A SENTENCE IN FRENCH TO SAY THAT YOU HAVE AN ACHE OR PAIN IN THESE PARTS OF THE BODY…
8 Excuses excuses!!Below is an saying why someone can’t come to school. Copy and complete with the pictures in French, then translate into English.Using this as a model, write an excuse message of your own. For example, a reason why you can’t play football or go out with your friends.