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1 Direct Object Pronoun and Imperative Statements Sports, Entertainment, and Leisure Activities

2 Revision des pronoms Me You Us You all me, m te, t nous vous Nicholas me téléphone Ne Pas Nicholas ne me téléphone pas

3 Notes – Imperatives and D. O. P I.Direct Object Pronouns – person who receives the action A. Singular Pronouns 1. me/m (me) 2. te/t (you) B. Plural pronouns 1. nous (us) 2. vous (you – formal, you all) C. Position : following subject but before the verb D. Negatives: Ne follows Subject, Pas follows verb Ex: Nicholas me téléphone Ex: Nicholas ne me téléphone pas

4 Practice Underline the Direct Object Pronouns 1.Thomas minvite au restaurant. 2.Luc et Marie nous offrent des euros. 3.Non, Je ne te telephone pas ce soir. 4.Pourquoi tu ne moffres pas un soda? 5.Ma mere vous invite. 6.Nous vous aimons 7.Je taime 8.Non, Je ne taime pas

5 Imperative statements- Review 1)Decide whom you are talking to 2)Use that verb form without the subject 3)Exception: Drop the s from regular –er conjugations with TU 1)Tu – talking to one person you are familiar with 2)Nous – talking to a group and including yourself 3)Vous – talking to a group not including yourself. Tu parles français Nous parlons espagnol Vous parlez italien Parles français Parlons espagnol Parlez italien

6 Practice Tell folks to do certain things (your family) Lets leave (your friend) Lets go out (your brother) EAT! (Your friends at school) Dont talk! Partons! Sortons! Mange! Ne parlez pas!

7 Notes II. Imperative Verbs - Commands A. Use three verb forms without the subj. 1. Tu (talking to one person you are familiar with) 2. Nous (talking about more than one person, including yourself) 3. Vous (talking to a group of people) B. Rule: - Drop the s from regular er verbs in the tu form of the verb C. Negatives: Ne before the verb, Pas follows verb

8 Imperatives and Pronouns Just like with reflexive verbs, Direct Object Pronouns (their person who receives the action) follows the Imperative Verb (commands) Invite-moi Offrez-nous lassistance Donne-moi Prête-moi Its true, however, that since you will be making commands for yourself and others, you would not command one to make oneself the recipient very often, that would be the reflexive. In other words: MOI, and NOUS will be used in this fashion, not TOI or VOUS

9 Direct Object Pronouns for things While we have been studying people as direct object pronouns, we will also discuss various things as the recipient of a verbs action Examples: He sold it Shes going to buy them We dont like it

10 Notes III. Direct Object Pronouns – For the third person and things A. Singular Pronouns - 1. le (replaces a masculine thing) 2. la (replaces a feminine thing) 3. l (changes before a verb with a vowel) B. Plural pronouns - les (replaces nouns that are plural) C. Position : following subject but before the verb D. Negatives: Ne follows Subject, Pas follows verb Ex: Nicholas l offre. Ex: Nicholas ne les offre pas

11 Review of Petit examen 15 Vocabulary Expression: What type of show is it, use the appropriate article P

12 Direct Object Pronouns for things Complete each sentence with the correct object pronoun: le, la, l, les 1.(M. Deboeuf/lordinateur) Il ____ vend. 2.(Tu/les poissons rouges) Tu _____ aimes? 3.(Francine/les cassettes) Elle _____ offre aux amis. 4.(toi/la raquette de tennis) Tu vas _____acheter? 5.(moi/mes cousins) Je _____ aide a mieux jouer au golf. LE LEs L

13 Culture (5b): les sports The French National Soccer Tournament A game played with small metal balls Home of the largest cathedral An Automobile race A Theater sponsored by the government


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