Mercredi le 23 janvier

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Mercredi le 23 janvier

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NOTRE DAME: http://fromparis.com/panoramas_quicktime_vr/ notre_dame_de_paris_10_entrance/ http://fromparis.com/panoramas_quicktime_vr/ notre_dame_de_paris_12_the_nave/

French 2 R & PreAP

Yesterday’s notes: Pg. 124-review

Turn in: Past tense puzzles (just the puzzles)

NOTES: 154

Time? 112-139 oral practice for oral points

H/W: Finish up past tense pages! Start grammar packet

PreAP: QUIZ on Borrowed words “I”

French 2:

Quelqu’un-SOMEONE Quelque chose-SOMETHING

Ne…Personne-NOBODY Ne…..rien…NOTHING

The above expressions can be the subject of the sentence or the object of a sentence. Here they are as subjects of a sentence and in a normal, present tense sentence.

Quelqu’un

Personne

a téléphoné. Je vois

n’

a téléphoné. Je

ne quelqu’un

vois

. Je vois

personne

. Je

ne quelque chose

. vois

rien

.

NOTE: Ne … personne

expressions that require and

ne ne … rien

are negative before the verb !

In one-word answers,

personne

A.—Qui as-tu rencontré?

B. — Personne!

and

rien

C.—Qu’est que tu as fait?

D.

can stand alone!

Rien!

In the passé composé, the word order is different for these two words!!! STUDY IT! The word order is:

ne + avoir +

PAST PARTICIPLE

+ personne

ne + avoir + rien +

PAST PARTICIPLE

Je n’ai vu personne.

Je n’ai rien vu.

French 1 (le français I)

Notes: pg. 106-fix, turn in if absent

LesNotes: pg 108, 109, 111-grammar:

ENTIRE thing from “B”, “C” “E” & stop before exercise…just ONE time!

Finish/do more workbook pages with audio! (Finissez le cahier)

H/W:Study borrowed words “C”

QUIZ tomorrow! (l’interro demain!)

Le français 3

Dû: les notes 78, 80, 81

Les notes: 86, 87, 88.

Révision: le subjonctif *

Présentons- l’art!

F 3 * Le subjonctif:

There are several cases in which the subjunctive is used in French. There are a few rules to learn in order to consistently and accurately use the subjective, but first---KNOW how to form the present subjunctive with regulars, slight irregulars and total weirdo verbs!

A sentence requiring the subjunctive often has two clauses.

When there are two clauses, they always have two different subjects.

(For example: I suggest that you do your chores.

There are certain phrases and verbs that almost always require the subjunctive tense. If you hear those phrases or verbs, you can assume that the subjunctive is required. We will learn them in the coming weeks.

The subjunctive is always introduced by que, & sometimes qui.

The subjunctive is generally used in a situation where the first clause expresses doubt or desire. Youtube videos coming Thurs. & Fri.!

Le subjonctif:

C:\Users\dmccage\Desktop\F 3 Unit 2

SUBJUNCTIVE partie1.ppt

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