We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byNicole Weeks
Modified over 3 years ago
The masculine, singular spelling is on the top and the feminine, singular spelling is on the bottom. Just add s to each form for the plural.
The masculine, singular spelling is on the top and the feminine, singular spelling is on the bottom. DO NOT ADD S to the masculine form for the plural.Add s to the feminine form for the plural.
This color is invariable. The spelling never changes even if it is masculine, feminine, and/or plural.
Oops! Click on home to keep practicing!
Click on a color to get its spelling.
Oops! Click on home to keep practicing!
Les couleurs en français The colors in French. About French colors Colors are adjectives. Like adjectives, most colors agree with the nouns they modify.
WALT: Recognise words for clothes in French and be able to describe them. WILF: An accurate description of clothes with correct “agreements” for level.
Warm up Yesterday, we learned about demonstrative adjectives. When write some rules, when do you use ce,cet,cette….and what you add to make that.
BLEU ROUGE JAUNEVIOLET MARRON BLANC NOIR ROSE GRIS VERT ORANGE.
En françaisEn anglais bleublue rougered jauneyellow violetpurple marronbrown blancwhite noirblack rosepink grisgray vertgreen orange.
By Brittany Salikin And Tessa Hansen. Colours are adjectives We use colours to describe various things Colours always come after the word that they describe.
Les Couleurs et les Adjectifs to consolidate colours to learn what an adjective is to understand how to use adjectives.
WALT: Recognise words for clothes in French and be able to describe them and give opinions. WILF: An accurate description of clothes with correct “agreements”
Les vêtements et les couleurs. Can you remember what makes colours special in French?
Le date Les Couleurs L/O: 1.To learn different colors in French 2. To understand how to make adjectives agree with nouns.
(Joanne Crease) Learning intention: To ask and say which colour objects are.
orange blanc noir rougevert jaune gris violet pourpre bleu marron brun rose Les couleurs Click on the blue face to see all the colours appearing Ecoute.
LES COULEURS en francais ROUGE VERT BLEU BLANC NOIR JAUNE ROSE ORANGE VIOLET GRIS MARRON.
WALT: to learn the colours WILF: Be able to say colours in French (Level 2a) Be able to use colours as adjectives with pets (Level 3a) Be able to use “agreements”
Les Règles des Adjectifs (French adjective Rules) Noun: un livre person, place, thing, idea.
Test On top of Behind In front of Underneath In/inside Sur Derrière Devant Sous Dans.
Les couleurs To be able to name and describe things/objects with colours.
LUniforme Scolaire WALT: To talk about school uniform WILF: To describe your uniform accurately with agreements for level 4.
Adjective placement Grammaire. Il y a 2 genres dadjectifs Those that come after the noun they describe. (The majority) Those that come before the noun.
By the end of todays lesson we will be able to: Recognise, read and write adjectives of colour in French.
Les couleurs Talking about colours Talking about colours.
CLOTHES AND AJECTIVES. Adjectives are used to describe a word For example: a little dress a yellow t-shirt.
Bleu(e) bleu, bleue, bleus, bleues Vert ( e) vert, verte, verts, vertes Gris (e) gris, grise, gris, grises Noir (e) = black noir, noire, noirs, noires.
Agreement of Adjectives Unit 1: Lesson 5. Parts of Speech An ADJECTIVE is a word that describes a Noun. A NOUN is a person, place, thing, or idea.
© Crown copyright 2011, Department for Education These materials have been designed to be reproduced for internal circulation, research and teaching or.
In French colours are adjectives. This means that when we are describing the colour of something the spelling of the colour can change depending on.
Adjectives - agreement. Starter Can you remember what we learned about the word order of a sentence with an adjective? Answer: adjectives normally come.
French Games By Frankie Taylor. 1 Un 2 Duex Games Toris Quatre Cinq.
Nouns in French You have already learned that all nouns in French are either masculine or feminine. le garçon – the boy un garçon – a boy la fille – the.
Using French colors to describe animals. Noir Pronounced nwar.
Notes les mars Les couleurs utilisées comme adjectifs (Colors used as adjectives) When colors are used to describe nouns, they agree in gender and.
Leçon 12 notes Pg More about adjectives! Don’t forget: They go normally AFTER the noun they describe They normally take endings depending on.
Bien Dit 1 Chapitre 4, Vocabulaire 2 Flashcard ID Created by: Dimick.
ADJECTIVES (COLORS) BECAUSE WITHOUT THEM, SENTENCES WOULD BE BORING.
Chapître 3 Vocabulaire. Première étape Do you have…? Tu as…? Informal, speaking to one person Vous avez…? Speaking to many or formal Here. Voilà.
Chapitre 3 Vocabulaire. Première étape Do you have…? Tu as…? Informal, speaking to one person Vous avez…? Speaking to many or formal Here. Voila Sorry.
Francais 1 Week 7 day 2. opener Label the house puzzle correctly on your desk.
Writing Sentences Unit 1: Lesson 7. Remember French in its every-day usage is written exactly as English USED to be written. Example: What is it that.
Adjective Agreement and Placement Français 1 Waters.
Le verbe être. When studying French, you must understand subject pronouns before you can begin learning how to conjugate verbs, because the forms of.
Cherchez lintrus: 1)deuxdouzerose 2)pizzavertchocolat 3)jaunesalutbonjour 4)écoutezrougeregardez 5)marronmarsmai Can anyone guess what were going to learn.
LES ADJECTIFS LES COULEURS, PAR EXEMPLE. REMEMBER Adjectives must agree with the NOUNS they modify. Noun King Lowly Adjective.
Adjectives agreement and placement. - Add an e to make an adjective feminine - Add an s to make it plural - Add es if it is feminine and plural SingularPlural.
Nouns –’the’ and plurals. French nouns - singular All nouns in French have a gender. When there is only one thing (singular) the word for ‘the’ needs.
City of Edinburgh French Early Level Colours Early Level Significant Aspects of Learning Use language in a range of contexts and across learning Develop.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.