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When you want to say in French what country you live in you use either:J’habite en… or J’habite au…
You use ‘J’habite en…’ for all countries that have la or l’eg la France - J’habite en France l’Italie – J’habite en Italie
You use ‘J’habite au…’ for all countries that have leeg le pays de Galles - J’habite au pays de Galles
Now finish this sentence to say which country you are from…J’habite…
When you want to say in French what town you live in you use:J’habite à… eg J’habite à Stenhousemuir
Now finish this sentence to say which town you are from…J’habite à…
We can also join the two sentences together to say the town and the country.eg J’habite à Stenhousemuir, en Ecosse.
Les nationalités Je suis… écossais écossaise anglais anglaise irlandais irlandaise gallois galloise
Learning Objectives: To know what an INFINITIVE is and how to use it to help you build sentences.
3 Le verbe + linfinitif Discussing likes and dislikes Les normes: –Communication 1.2: Understanding the written and spoken language –Comparisons 4.1: Understanding.
Le verbe être au singulier The verb to be. La norme Comparisons 4.1 Understanding the nature of language through comparisons.
Pronoms sujets Subject Pronouns. The subject of a sentence is the person or thing which performs the action.
L’ordre de pronoms Sometimes you may wish to replace two objects in a sentence with pronouns. In this lesson we will see where and what order to place.
Les contractions À et de À Meanings: to, in, at Contracted with le (the) and les (the) Does not change with la (the) or l (the). May be used with many.
Les sports, les jeux et la musique Lesson 15 Les sports.
Les verbes en ~er The basic form of the verb is called the infinitive. Many French infinitives end in ~er. Most of these verbs are conjugated like chanter.
Subject-Verb Agreement Using the correct form of the conjugated verb.
Imagine wave JOHN LENNON ( ) - IMAGINE -
“To go to” in English does not change ever!
Pour aller en Ville…? Saying what there is in your town. Asking and giving directions in the town Saying where things are in the town.
We have learnt some of the main verbs to talk about holidays:
- LIMPARFAIT ET LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ - LE VERBE VENIR - LES PÉPOSITIONS GÉOGRAPHIQUES Chapter 4 Review.
Imagine theres no heaven. Imagine quil ny ait pas de paradis. Its easy if you try. Cest facile si tu essaies. No hell below us. Pas denfer sous nous.
WALT: RECOGNISE WORDS FOR OTHER COUNTRIES AND NATIONALITIES IN FRENCH AND SAY IF I HAVE BEEN TO THEM OR IF I AM GOING TO GO THERE. WILF: OPINIONS FOR LEVEL.
Questions d’ information
WILF: SENTENCES IN THE PRESENT (LEVEL 3) ADD THE WEATHER INTO WHAT YOU DO ON HOLIDAY (LEVEL 4) RECOGNISE A SENTENCE IN THE PAST (LEVEL 5) Pick out one.
Do Now Choose the correct word to complete the sentence. 1. An architect is someone who/which designs building. 2. A vacuum cleaner is something that/whose.
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