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Warm up: Without looking at your note, conjugate the verb “jouer ” in Present Tense. Remember the endings are similar to the ones for the verb “aimer.”
On the page 130, do # 8 Using expressions of weather on the top of page 118, write sentences with following expressions: Regarder la télévision, écouter de la musique, Étudier, parler au téléphone, danser
On page 120, Let’s read activities related to each season. Ex. En automne. Je… * The four seasons in Quebec : sY sY
Changing Gear: Students design flyers for Olympic sports with inscription in French. Some will be displayed for French one; you are free to access images of sports through your smart phones; use your creativity!
On page 122, do # 27 cd 4 Tr. 10 On page 122- Grammar: adverbs of frequency To tell how often you do something, use quelquefois ( sometimes), de temps en temps ( from time to time), une fois par semaine (…times(s) a week), souvent (often), d’habitude (usually), rarement (rarely), and ne…jamais (never)
Placement: usually, short adverb come after the verb; longer one at the beginning or end of the sentence; but ne…jamais and ne…pas around the verb. On page 131, do #9-10 Exit Ticket