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1 Starter Aim To introduce the language required when making telephone calls + strategies for recognition of meaning. Write the numbers 1–7 + match to the French A-G which your teacher will read out. Listen carefully! 1 Can I take a message? = 2 Hang on... = 3 Who is calling? = 4 What is your number? = 5 Can I speak to Suzanne please? = 6 I am sorry, she is not here. = 7 I will put you through to him. = lundi, 4 novembre

2 1 Can I take a message? = C 2 Hang on... = D 3 Who is calling? = E 4 What is your number? = B 5 Can I speak to Suzanne please? = G 6 I am sorry, she is not here. = A 7 I will put you through to him. = F

3 Français Learning objectives  To practise extended conversations in French and to develop strategies for coping without resources to hand  Ability to produce full sentences from memory  Ability to improvise when stuck for a word or phrase  To include use of the past e.g. J’ai vu = I saw

4 I don’t get it Comment? What? Quoi?! What?! Répétez, s’il te plaît Please repeat. Pardon Sorry Je ne comprends pas I don’t understand I’m listening Ah bon? Really? Is that true? Oui?/Ouais? Yeah? (Really?) C’est bien! That’s great! D’accord Ok Tu as raison You’re right. Stalling for time Eh bien... Well... Euh... Um... Alors... So... Donc... So... Bof, ….Erm, … Use fillers and transitions. These help the conversation flow or give you an extra few seconds to think of what to say. Also they make you sound really French!

5 1 Waiter in the restaurant. 2 He has done a work placement in a restaurant in France and in England he has worked as a waiter in a restaurant for two years. 3 English, French, German and Spanish. 4 6am–10am and then in the evening from 5pm– 9pm. 5 One euros per hour plus tips. 7 Next week. Answers to reading exercise 5 page 93

6 Answers to listening exercise 4 page 93

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32  Ability to produce full sentences from memory  Ability to improvise when stuck for a word or phrase  To include use of the past e.g. J’ai vu = I saw

33 How many expressions can you make from the following? e.g. C d l p d q? = C’est de la part de qui? N q p J v l p P j p a Jean-Luc s v p? J r i n p l. J p p u m? Plenary

34 N q p (Ne quittez pas) J v l p (je vous le/la passe) P j p a Jean-Luc s v p? (Puis-je parler à Jean- Luc, s’il vous plaît?) J r i n p l. (Je regrette, il n’est pas là) J p p u m? (Je peux prendre un message?) Answers


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