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Intro to French Lecture 1, Week 1

by: Kimberly Singley

Intro to French Lecture 1, Week 1 FRN 101

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This is a summary over what we covered in the first French Lecture. This does pertain to exam questions.
Elementary French Level I
Hapsatou Wane
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intro, french, Vocabulary
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kimberly Singley on Wednesday September 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FRN 101 at Armstrong State University taught by Hapsatou Wane in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Elementary French Level I in French at Armstrong State University.


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Date Created: 09/28/16
French Lecture 1 Greetings  Bonjour = Hello  Salut = Hi  Comment ca va? = how are you or how is it going?  Je vais tres bien. Et toi? = It is going well, and you?  Qua de neuf? = What’s new?  Rien de nouveu = Nothing new.  Ca va mal = It’s bad.  Commeci commeca: So-so.  Merci = Thank you.  Je vous presente mon amie = I introduce to you my friend..  Enchante/Enchantee = Pleased to meet you. Goodbyes  Aur revoir = Goodbye  Bonsoir = Good evening  Bonne nuit = Good night  A demain = See you tomorrow  A bientot = See you soon  A plus = See you Additional Vocabulary  Francophone: this means a French speaking individual place or person.  Francophile: a person that likes French things or associates with French people.  Un meilleur ami/ une meilleur amie = a best friend  Un(e) colocataire = a roommate  Un copain/ une copine = a friend  Un petit ami/ une petite amie = a boyfriend/girlfriend  Comment t’appelles-tu? = What’s your name?  Je m’appelle Victore = My name is Victor.  Mon prenom = My first name  Nom = Last name L’alphabet  A = (a)  B = (be)  C = (ce)  D = (de)  E = (eu)  F = (effe)  G = (ge)  H = (ache)  I = (i)  J = (ji)  K = (ka)  L = (elle)  M = (emme)  N = (enne)  = (o)  P = (pe)  Q = (ku)  R = (erre)  S = (esse)  T = (te)  U = (u)  V = (ve)  W = (double ve)  X = (iks)  Y = (i grec)  Z = (zede) 2 3


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