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  1. Unite 3: Leçon 6Pages 82-89 Verb conjugation, here we come!

  2. Conjugate: • Give the different forms of (a verb in an inflected language) as they vary according to voice, mood, tense, number, and person • In plain words: changing verbs to match the subject… • Remember – verbs are DOING words • Run, jump, be, have, swim, etc

  3. NOTES Subject Pronouns Je or J’ = I Tu = you (informal) 2nd person singular 1st person singular

  4. NOTES Subject Pronouns Il = He Elle = she 3rd person singular

  5. NOTES Subject Pronouns Vous = you (formal) Nous = We 1st person plural Vous = y’all 2nd person plural

  6. NOTES Subject Pronouns Ils = they (guys) Elles = they (girls only) 3rd person plural Ils = they (mixed group)

  7. What is a PRONOUN? • Karlie smells like roses. Rule 2. Subject pronouns can replace proper nouns in the “subject position”. • She smells like roses. Note that some pronouns are singular: I, you, he, she And some are plural: You (meaning “you all”), we, they

  8. NOTES Let’s make a verb chart! 1st person 2nd person 3rd person singular plural

  9. The most frequent verb used in English is: “to be” For example: I am American. He is handsome. They are silly. Y’all are smart. Well, guess what…

  10. …être is the most frequent verb used in French. It means “to be”. Par exemple: Je suis américaine. Il est beau. Ils sont bêtes. Vous êtes intellegents. For example: I am American. He is handsome. They are silly. Y’all are smart.

  11. NOTES Être: to be suis 1st person sommes 2nd person es êtes 3rd person est sont singular plural

  12. For Singular Pronouns: Je suis <zje swee> I am Tu es <to ay> You are (informal) Il est <eel ay> He is She is Elle est <ell ay> You are (formal) Also means “Y’all are”, but we’ll talk about this in a minute… Vous êtes <voo zet>

  13. For Plural Pronouns: Nous sommes <new some> We are They are (all men or mixed group) Ils sont <eel soh> Elles sont <ell soh> They are (females only) Vous êtes <voo zet> Y’all are Remember, this also means “You are” formal…

  14. NOTES Don’t get confused!!!

  15. NOTES A few small words to know • Mais oui [may wee] Sure! • Bien sûr [beeyah syur] Of course! • Peut-être [ peuh det rah] Maybe

  16. NOTES Vocabulaire: Où? (Where?)

  17. On your own paper – to turn in for a grade! You have 6 minutes. (pg 85 in book)

  18. NOTES Forming negative sentences:

  19. Ne + VERB + pas Je suis ici. ne pas I am here. not • Find the conjugated verb 2. place a “ne” before the verb 3. place a “pas” after the verb

  20. Ne + VERB + pas Il est en ville. n’ pas He is in town. not • Find the conjugated verb 2. place a “n’” before the verb 3. place a “pas” after the verb

  21. N’ + VERB + pas X J’aime écouter la radio. This verb ends in –er so it is NOT CONJUGATED! Je aime écouter la radio. n’ pas • Find the conjugated verb 2. place a “n’” before a verb with a vowel 3. place a “pas” after the verb

  22. statement question NOTES “Est-ce que” equation • Basically, est-ce que added to a statement (a subject and verb) makes a question. EQ + statement = ? Stéphanie est ici. Est-ce que Stéphanie est ici?

  23. NOTES Subject + être + d’accord Noussommesd’accord. We agree.

  24. NOTES The last of the vocabulary: <ah> <duh> <ay> <ooh> <ahvek> <por> <may> N’est-ce pas [ ness pah] = right? Tu es américan, n’est-ce pas?

  25. On your own paper – to turn in for a grade! You have 8 minutes. (pg 89 in book) 1. Frédéric n’est pasà la maison. 1. à

  26. On your own paper – to turn in for a grade! You have 8 minutes. (pg 88 in book)

  27. On your own paper – to turn in for a grade! You have 5 minutes. (pg 87 in book) 1. Jim est américain Est-ce que ?

  28. NOTES statement statement statement question question question Making “yes/no questions”, it’s easy! Stéphanie est ici. Est-ce que Stéphanie est ici? Tu es français. Est-ce que tu es français? Ils sont au café. Est-ce qu’ ils sont au café?