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French 201 Week #2 Class Notes

by: Kathleen Sparks

French 201 Week #2 Class Notes FR 201

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These notes cover all classes for that of week two. It includes notes with both English and French translations of the lessons.
French 201
Lang Wang
Class Notes
french, Purdue, english
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kathleen Sparks on Thursday September 8, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FR 201 at Purdue University taught by Lang Wang in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see French 201 in French at Purdue University.


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Date Created: 09/08/16
Week #2 Une Courte Conversation le Conversation about the Weather Temps  What is the temperature like?  Quel temps fait ‘il ? o It is nice/hot/bad/cold. o Comme il fait beau/chaud/mauvais/froi  Is it bad weather? d. o “You can’t walk the dogs.” 1  Quel mauvais sale temps ? o Il fait un temps de chien. Une Courte Conversation L’heure Conversation about the Time  Quelle heure est-il ?  What time is it?  Je suis en retard  I am late.  Vous auriez l’heure, s’il vous  Do you have the hour, please? plait ? Une Courte Conversation La Conversation about Health, Santé, Les Études Studies  Je me sens fatiguée  Être en Forme  I feel tired  Dupuis quand est-ce que tu  D étudies le Français ?  When did you start studying  Combien cours est-ce que tu French? suis ?  Quel est ton cours préféré ?  How many courses are you taking?  Which course do you prefer? Les Voyages The Travels  Un aller-retour  Round trip ticket  Un aller-simple  One-way ticket  Un tarif  Tax  Un demi-tarif  Half price  Une réduction  Reduced ticket  Voyages d’affaires  Work trip  Décoller  To take off  Atterrir  To land L’expression de temps Expressions of Time  Depuis quand êtes-vous aux  How long have you been in the Etats-Unis ? United States? (have been doing and keep doing)  Depuis quand de temps êtes-  How long have you been in the vous aux Etats-Unis ? United States? (have been doing and keep doing)  Pendant combien de temps  How long did you live in the avez-vous été aux Etats-Unis ? United States? (have done and 2 have stopped doing) 1 2Common expression for bad weather, not necessarily meaning rain. When using “Pendant Combien”, you must use passé composé Week #2 o I lived in the United States o J’ai habité aux États-Unis for ten years. pendant dix ans.  It has been eight years since  Il y a huit ans que  It has been three hours since  Ça fait trois heures que  It has been ten years since  Voilà dix ans que Les Sexes : Masculine Genders: Masculine  Les dates : le lundi, le mardi…  The days: Monday, Tuesday…  Les mois : le septembre,  The months: September, October l’octobre  The Seasons: Summer, Spring  Les saisons : l’été, le  The Metals: Gold, Silver printemps  The Trees: Palm Tree, Oak Tree  Les métaux : l’argent, l’or  Les arbres : le pommier, le chêne Les Sexes : Féminine Genders: Feminine  Continents et pays dont le  Continents and countries that nom avec « e » have names with “e” o la France, la Chine, la o France, China, Korea Corée o Exception : Mexico o Exception : le Mexique Expressions Typiques  Est-ce que tu pourrais m’aider à  Tu peux…s’il te plait  Excuse-mon pourrais-tu… ?  Pardon, pourriez-vous s’il vous plait ?  Pardon, pourriez vous m’aider ?  Excusez-moi auriez-vous la gentillesse de… ? Proposer de l ‘aider  Je te donne un coup de main ?  Tu veux que  Je peux t’aider  Si vous voulez, je peux  Si cela peut vous rendre service, je veux… Acceptation et Refus  Oui, je vous remercie  Oui, c’est gentil/sympa  Merci, je peux le faire moi- 1 2Common expression for bad weather, not necessarily meaning rain. When using “Pendant Combien”, you must use passé composé Week #2 même  Non, non je croix que ça va Vocabulaire Vocabulary Embêter To travel Apparier To belong to Des renseignement Information Des bâtiments building Conditionnel – infinitif et imparfait terminaisons  Avec si  Politesse o Pourrais-vous me dire où se trouve la poste Parler – to speak Je parlerais Nous parlerions Tu parlerais Vous parleriez Il/Elle/On parlerait Ils/Elles parleraient Pouvoir – to be able to Je pourrais Nous pourrions Tu pourrais Vous pourriez Il/Elle /On pourrait Ils/Elles pourraient Faire – to do/ to make Je ferrais Nous ferrions Tu ferrais Vous ferriez Il/Elle/On ferrait Ils/Elles ferraient Conditional – infinitive and imperfect endings  With If  Manners o Would you tell me where the post office is ? 1 2Common expression for bad weather, not necessarily meaning rain. When using “Pendant Combien”, you must use passé composé


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