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French 105 Examen 1 Study Guide

by: Marika O'Hara

French 105 Examen 1 Study Guide FREN 105

Marika O'Hara

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Study Guide for first exam in French for High Beginners class
French for High Beginners
Kinsey Johnston
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french, futur, proche, Reflexive Verbs, future proche
50 ?




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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Marika O'Hara on Monday September 19, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to FREN 105 at University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill taught by Kinsey Johnston in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see French for High Beginners in Romance Languages at University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.

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Date Created: 09/19/16
Fiche de Révision Examen 1 - Français 105 1) Les conjugaisons Conjugez les verbes qui suivent. se coucher rentrer décider attendre je je je je tu tu tu tu il/elle il/elle il/elle il/elle nous nous nous nous vous vous vous vous ils/elles ils/elles ils/elles ils/elles comprendre vouloir pouvoir devoir je je je je tu tu tu tu il/elle il/elle il/elle il/elle nous nous nous nous vous vous vous vous ils/elles ils/elles ils/elles ils/elles se relaxer travailler sortir donner je je je je tu tu tu tu il/elle il/elle il/elle il/elle nous nous nous nous vous vous vous vous ils/elles ils/elles ils/elles ils/elles 2) Demandez les questions Utilisez les phrases comme les réponses et construisez des questions. 1. Réponse : Je viens de Boston. Question : _____________________________________________ ? 2. Réponse : J’étudie le français Question : _____________________________________________ ? 3. Réponse : No, je n’ai pas de petit ami. Question : _____________________________________________ ? 4. Réponse : Ma colocataire est gentille, comique, est intelligente. Question : _____________________________________________ ? 5. Réponse : Je préfère les chats aux chiens. Question : _____________________________________________ ? 3) Décrivez les positions. 1. Où est le lit ? 2. Où est l’ordinateur ? 3. Où est le fenêtre ? 4. Où est la guitare ? 5. La chambre, c’est propre ? 4) Le futur proche. Changez les phrases des formes présentes aux formes futures. 1. Je vais chez mes parents samedi. 2. Nous travaillons les matins. 3. Elle déménage en France. 4. Louis voyage en Angleterre. 5. Ma mère me donne l’argent. 6. Le chat mange à 18 h 30. 7. Les étudiants font leurs devoirs ensembles. 8. Camille chante à l’opéra. 9. Je me couche. 10. Tu te reposes ? 5) Décrivez votre vie universitaire. Avec 5-6 phrases, décrivez votre vie à UNC. Par exemple, Ou est- ce vous habitez ? Sur campus ? Quels cours avez-vous ? Qui est votre meilleur ami ?


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