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1Les nombres Write in the numeral for the following numbers: Vingt Trois-Dix-huit- sept-Onze- quatre-Cinq- douze-Seize- un-Vingt-neuf- six-Deux- dix-Trente- quatorze-
2Vocab PracticeUnscramble the fragments to form sentences that make sense.1. elle / comment / s’appelle2. je/ bonsoir / m’appelle / Luc3. pas/ toi/ mal / et4.comment /-vous / allez5. très / merci / bien / et/ vous
3Introducing and Responding Mathieu is a new French student at your school. You meet him and 2 of his friends. Respond to him in sentences.Bonjour. Comment tu t’appelles?Comment Ça va?Tu as quel âge?Je te présente Martin.Et Ça, c’est Caroline. C’est une amie.Salut. A plus tard!
4CultureIn France, girls kiss both boys and girls on the cheeks when they meet or say goodbye, or if they are introduced to someone. The number of kisses varies from 2 to 4, depending on the region. Boys shake hands with one another. Teenagers may kiss adults who are family members or family friends, but shake hands when they meet other adults. How does this compare with the way you greet people in the US?
5Info CultureIn France, people tend to stand closer to each other while greeting than most Americans do. For informal greetings with friends and relatives, use Salut or Bonjour. For formal greetings with people you don’t know very well, use Bonjour monsieur/ madame/ mademoiselle. People meeting for the first time never use first names with each other, for instance in a bank, hospital, restaurant, or car dealership. Is it more common among Americans to greet each other using first names?
6Tu vs. VousYou know that both tu and vous mean the same thing, you, but that vous is more formal, or for more than one person. For the pictures below, would you call the people tu or vous?a.b B.c D.
7Subjects and Verbs * video clip In English, sentences have a subject and a verb. The subject is the person or thing doing the action, or that is being described. The verb is the action word, like jump or sing, or a linking word* like are or is, that links the subject to a description.Ex. Denise sings well. Simon is blond.* aka, state of being verb
8Subjects and Verbs cont. French sentences also have a subject and verb.Ex. Denise chante bien. Simon est blond.Both French and English use nouns as subjects. Nouns can be replaced by pronouns. Some of the French pronouns you’ve already seen are je, tu, il, elle, and vous.Ex. Denise is a friend. She is fifteen years old.Ex. Denise est une amie. Elle a quinze ans.
9PracticeIdentify the subject and verb in each sentence of the following conversation.1. What is her name? 2. Comment elle s’appelle?Her name is Lucie Elle s’appelle LucieHow old is Lucie? Lucie a quel âge?She is 15 years old. Elle a 15 ans.
10Practice cont.List the subject and verb in each of the following sentences. Then, translate the sentence to English. Next, reply to the sentence in French. 1. Comment tu t’appelles? 2. Comment allez-vous? 3. Tu as quel âge? 4. J’ai seize ans. 5. Je te présente mon ami Georges. 6. Je m’appelle Stéphanie.
11Matching Practice.Create complete sentences by matching each phrase in the 1st column with its logical ending in the second column.1. Comment il a. va?2. Tu b. a quinze ans.3. Comment allez- c. s’appelle?4. Je te d. vous?5. Ça e. as quel âge?6. Il f. présente Nina.
12Subject Pronouns * video clip These are the subject pronouns in FrenchJe (j’) I nous weTu you vous you (plural or formal)Il, elle, on ils, elles theyhe, she,one (ils= all male or mixed, (People in general) elles= all girls)
13Notice that…Je changes to j’ before a verb beginning with a vowel sound.Ex. J’ai quinze ans. I am 15 years old.The subject pronouns tu and vous both mean you. Either of them can be used to address one person depending on your relationship with him/her. Vous is used to address more than one person.Tu= friend, family member, someone your ageVous= more than one person, an adult not a family member or close friend
14And…The pronoun on has no direct equivalent in English. It can mean we, they as in people in general, or one. The meaning of on will depend on the context.Ex. En France, on parle francais.In France, they (people in general) speak French.
15Pronoun PracticeChloé and Stéphane meet a new exchange student. Complete their conversation with the correct subject pronounsSalut m’appelle Chloé Dubois te présente Stéphane. C’est un ami t’appelles comment?Salut m’appelle Hélène Fournier ai quinze ans as quel âge? Et Stéphane?Moi, ai seize ans. Et Stéphane, a quinze ans.
16Use a word from each column to create as many sentences and questions as you can. Je/ J ai seize ans Il t’appelles Christophe Elle a quinze ans Tu m’appelle quel âge s’appelle Monique as Madame Dumont