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School: Mississippi State University
Department: French
Course: French 1
Professor: Felipe
Term: Fall 2018
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Name: Week 3 notes
Description: Colors and clothes and the verb etre
Uploaded: 09/09/2018
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background image French 1  Week 3 Notes Vocabulary Les Couleurs (colors) Blanc(e)(s)­ white Bleu(e)(s)­ blue Rouge(s)­ red Vert(e)(s)­ green Jaune(s)­ yellow Orange(s)­ orange Rose(s)­ pink Gris(e)(s)­ grey Violet(e)(s)/Mauve(s)­ purple Marron(s)­ maroon Noir(e)(s)­ black Les vetements (clothes) Un pantalon­ pants Un pull­ sweater Un jean­ jeans Un t­shirt­ t­shirt Un chemise­ shirt(button down) Un manteau­ jacket Un sweater­ hoodie Une jupe­ skirt Une robe­ dress Une veste­ blazer Un short­ shorts Une casquette­ hat Un mallot [de main]­ swimsuit Des sandales­ sandals/ a pair of shoes Des chaussures­ shoes Des baskets­ tennis shoes  Les Opinions (opinions) Moche­ ugly
background image Demode(e)­ out of style/ out of fashion Nul(le)­ lame Cool­ cool Joli(e)­ pretty Beginning an opinion A mon avis­ in my opinion\ Franchement­ frankly/ honestly Je pense que­ I think that Making Colors Plural ( color comes after the noun)( marron and orange NEVER change) Un tableau blanc  des tableaux blancs Une porte blanche  des portes blanches Une trousse verte  des trousses vertes Un crayon vert  des crayon vert Une calculatrice marron  des calculatrices marron Un cahier vert  des cahier verts Une plante verte  des plantes vertes How to make an opinion sentence Je pense que, Franchement,  A mon avis      ce, cette, ces   clothing   est or sont   moche(s),  demode(e)(s), nul(le)(s), cool, jolie(e)(s) Accents  1. Aigu (e) Most popular accent, makes “ay” sound (“play”), only found on the letter “e”,  examples: “bebe”, “decembre”, “fevrier”. 2. Grave (e) Second most popular accents, used on vowel “a, e, & u”, defines the meaning  between words that sound same (“a”=at/ ”a”=has) or (“ou”=or/ “ou”=where),  gives the letter “e” short sound as in “let”, Examples: “mere” , “probleme” ,  “crème” , “a” , “ou” 3. Circonflex (e)

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School: Mississippi State University
Department: French
Course: French 1
Professor: Felipe
Term: Fall 2018
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Name: Week 3 notes
Description: Colors and clothes and the verb etre
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