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UNITÉ 2. Qu’est-ce que tu aimes faire?. nager. dormir. téléphoner. texter. manger. étudier. Leçon A Verbs. regarder la télé. écouter de la musique. skier. aller au cinéma. Jouer aux sports. Passer un bon film. jouer au football américain. jouer au tennis. jouer au foot.

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  1. UNITÉ 2 Qu’est-ce que tu aimes faire?

  2. nager dormir téléphoner texter manger étudier Leçon A Verbs regarder la télé écouter de la musique

  3. skier aller au cinéma Jouer aux sports Passer un bon film jouer au football américain jouer au tennis jouer au foot jouer au basket jouer au base-ball

  4. Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns L’interro la musique La télé • Un film • Le cinéma • Le foot • Le basket • Le base-ball • Le football américain Leçon A Nouns

  5. Singular Plural Nous Vous Ils Elles • Je • Tu • Il • Elle • On • I • You (informal) • He • She • One, they, we • We • You (formal OR Plural) • They (all men or mixed) • They (all females) Subject pronounsreplace nouns as subjects

  6. Tu: • A friend • A close relative • Someone close to your age • A child • A pet • Vous: • An adult you don’t know • A distant relative • Someone older than you • A person in authority • More than 1 of any under tu • More than 1 of any under vous Informal vs. Formal/Plural

  7. Mme. Heinrich • A lost five-year-old • Your math teacher • Your friend Bruno • Bruno’s dog, Milou • Two secretaries in the school office • Your cousin Paul • Your classmates Sophie and Béatrice • A police officer • M. and Mme. Dupont • Your principal • M. Obama Tu or Vous?

  8. First person: J’aime________________. Et toi? Second person: Moi aussi (if you agree) Pas moi (if you disagree) Let’s get nosy

  9. A verb expresses an action or state of being. • Basic forms of verbs are infinitives. • Infinitive form means “to” ______ (to play, to sleep) • Verbs in vocabulary lists in this book and in French Dictionaries are in the infinitive form. • Many French infinitives end in –er • You only use the infinitive form when you want to say “to____” • J’aimenager. = I like to swim • J’aimernager. = I to like to swim. • J’aimenage. = I like swim. Infinitive verbs

  10. -er verbs are “regular” verbs because their forms follow a predictable pattern. • When you change a verb from the infinitive to make it agree with the subject of the sentence, it’s calledCONJUGATINGthe verb • English verbs have 2 forms (conjugations) • I/you/we/they play • He/she/it plays • Verbs in French have 6 forms (conjugations) • Je Nous • TuVous • Il/elle/on Ils/elles Present tense of –erverbs

  11. Singular Plural • Remove –er from the infinitive to find the stem of the verb • Add the endings to match the subject pronoun. Conjugating –er verbs • Each present tense verb in French has only word, but has more than one meaning • Karinenagebien. Karine swims well. Karine is swimming well. • Karinenagebien? Does Karine swim well? Is Karine swimming well?

  12. Masculine Feminine La musique La soirée La boîte La techno La dance La musique classique • Le roller • Le footing • Le vélo • Les sports • Les films • Le camping • Le jazz Leçon B - J’aime…

  13. Faire des sports Faire du shopping Faire du vélo Faire du camping Faire du roller Faire espressions Faire les devoirs Faire du footing

  14. chanter danser travailler parler français sortir parler anglais 1.To go out (on a date, with friends 2.Exit parler espagnol lire

  15. J’adore (jahdoor)I love J’aime beaucoup I like a lot (jam bocoo) J’aime (jam) I like J’aime un peu I like a little (jam uhn puh) How I feel Je n’aime pas (juh nam pah) I don’t like Je déteste (ju day test)I hate

  16. masculine feminine La pizza La planche à voile • Le shopping • Le volley (jouer au) • Le tennis (jouer au) • Les devoirs • Les jeux vidéo (jouer aux) • Le club (exercise) verbs Leçon C • Inviter • Préférer (Je préfère)

  17. It takes 2 words to make a verb negative in French. • ne and pas • Put ne in front of the verb and pas after it. • ne + verb + pas Sylvie nejouepas le foot. Sylvie doesn’t play soccer. Jean, tun’écoutespas la musiqueclassicale? John, you don’t listen to classical music? Negative

  18. Dis = say • Super! = super, terrific, great • Bon = good • Bon ben = well then • Bien = really? • Chez = to the house of • Chez moi = to my house • Aussi = also, too • Mais = but • Moi = me, I • Tout le monde = everyone (use “on” form of verb) • On y va? = Shall we go there? • Qui = Who • Pourquoi = why • Parceque = because Autres expressions

  19. 4. 3. 2. 1. 6. 7. 5. 8. 9. 10. 11.

  20. Je is I Tu is you Il he, Elle is she. On means one, Nous means we, And vous can mean “you all” Ils is they (boys sing) Elles is they (girls sing) Ils is they (boys sing) Elles is they (girls sing) And Vous can also mean “you formal” (go back and repeat lines in white) Subject pronoun song: (sung to tune of Mickey Mouse Club)

  21. It takes 2 words to make a verb negative in French. • Ne…pas • Put ne in front of the verb and pas after it. • Ne becomes n’ before a vowel. EX: Pierre ne danse pas. Pierre doesn’t dance. Nous n’aimons pas lire. We don’t like to read. Negative with ne (n’) …pas

  22. Qu’est-cequetuaimes faire? (keskuhtew am fair) What do you like to do? J’aime __________________. Qu’est-cequetudétestes faire? What do you hate to do? Je déteste Pas moi Moi aussi

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