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Je _______________________________ La date __________________________
Notes from Leçon 1B pages 18 – 21
►1. How do you say which city you are from?
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►2. How do ask someone if s/he is from Nice? You are from Nice?
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►3. What makes the above sentence a question?
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► 4. List the nationalities.
e_____________
______________
c_____________
______________
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rouge
b_____________
______________
blanc
d_____________
______________
bleu
a_____________
______________
f_____________
______________
►5. What do you do when a masculine nationality word end in “en”?
________________________ Example 1______________________
► 6. How do you tell someone you are American?
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► 7. How do you ask someone if she(!) is French?
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► 8. How do you ask someone if he(!) is English?
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► 9. Translate:
yes __________
or __________
no __________
also, too __________
and __________
► 10. Write the French number words 3 times = trois fois.
10dix
16seize
11onze
17dix-sept
12douze
18dix-huit
13treize
19dix-neuf
14quatorze
20vingt
15quinze
►11. A part of France is in the following sea:
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►12. The name of the island is:
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►13. The name of the capital:
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►14. What would you enjoy doing while visiting this island?
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Adjective Agreement
Names of nationalities may have ____ different forms,
depending on whom they refer to. In English there is only 1
way of saying the adjective “French.” In the French language
there are two.
MASCULINE
FEMININE
français
française
An adjective modifying a masculine
noun must be in the masculine
“form.”
An adjective modifying a feminine
noun must be in the feminine “form.”
Generally, you must memorize the masculine adjective. The
feminine adjective is usually formed as follows:
____________ + ___ = ____________
Other nationalities:
MASCULINE
FEMININE
ENGLISH
anglais
américain
canadi
français
Note that in written French the feminine forms ALWAYS end in “e”.
If the masculine adjective already ends in “e” the feminine form is
the same.
suisse
Je – you know how to say this.
suis – you know how to say this.
Just remember, unless the last letter is c,r,f, or l –
DON’T say it!
Remember how we say suite or huit.
OK, how do we say suis.
an is pronounced …………..
américain
américaine
canadien
canadien ne
suisse
suisse
Let’s speak French!
Je suis ……….. Avec la classe.
With flash cards.
First sentence I am…. In the masculine.
Second sentence I am…. In the feminine.
anglais
anglaise
français
française
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