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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.

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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. 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 words Feminine words Plural words Le, Un La, Une Les, Des Words starting with a vowel (a,e,i,o,u and silent h) L’

5 This is how the grammar rule works… Masculine words… J’ai mal à + le bras When 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 à + la tête When 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 à + l’estomac When 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.


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