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French 1225 Week 6 Notes

by: Julia Murray

French 1225 Week 6 Notes FR 1225

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9/26-9/30 These notes cover: 10A and 10B vocab and verbs Reflexive verbs
Beginning French, Continued
Rokiatou Soumare
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Fr1225, french, Reflexive Verbs
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Julia Murray on Sunday October 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FR 1225 at University of Oklahoma taught by Rokiatou Soumare in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Beginning French, Continued in French at University of Oklahoma.


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Date Created: 10/02/16
French Week 6 Notes Vocab Things to Remember Vocab La taille - the waist Un doigt - the finger Le visage - the face Le ventre - the stomach (abdomen) Une brosse à dents - a toothbrush Un genou - a knee Un rasoir - a razor Un doigt de pied - a toe Un peigne - a comb Un pied - a foot Le dentifrice - toothpaste Une jambe - a leg La crème à raser - shaving cream Le réveil - the alarm clock Le shampooing - shampoo Le cou - the neck Le coeur - the heart La bouche - the mouth Le corps - the body Le nez - the nose Le dos - the back Les urgences - the emergency room La gorge - the throat La pharmacie - the pharmacy Une joue - a cheek Avoir mal - to have an ache Un orteil - a toe Avoir mal au coeur - to be nauseous La peau - the skin Être en bonne santé - to be healthy La poitrine - the skin Être en mauvaise santé - to be unhealthy Le savon - soap Être en pleine forme - to be in good shape Une pantoufle - a slipper Faire mal - to hurt Le maquillage - makeup Garder la ligne - to stay slim Une brosse à cheveux - a hairbrush Être malade - to be sick Une serviette de bain - a bath towel Un(e) dentist(e) - a dentist La tête - the head Un(e) pharmacien(ne) - a pharmacist Un oeil (Les yeux) - an eye (the eyes) Une allergie - an allergy Une oreille - an ear Une douleur - pain Un bras - an arm La grippe - the flu Un symptôme - a symptom Une aspirine - an aspirin Un médicament - medication Une ordonnance - a prescription La salle des urgences - emergency room Déprimé(e) - depressed Grave - serious Sain(e) - healthy Un fièvre - a fever Une piqûre - a shot Un(e) patient(e) - a patient Être enceinte - to be pregnant Une pilule - a pill Une rhume - a cold Une blessure - an injury Un(e) infirmièr(e) - a nurse Verbs: Faire sa toilette- to wash up S'inquiéter - to worry Se brosser les cheveux - to brush one's hair S'intéresser (à) - to be interested (in) Se brosser les dents - to brush one's teeth Se mettre à - to begin to Se coiffer - to do one's hair Se mettre en colère - to become angry Se coucher - to go to bed S'occuper - to take care of, to keep busy Se déshabiller - to undress Se préparer - to get ready S'endormir - to go to sleep/fall asleep Se promener - to take a walk S'habiller - to get dressed Se rendre compte - to realize Se laver - to wash oneself Se reposer - to rest Se laver les mains - to wash one's hands Se souvenir - to remember Prendre une douche - to take a shower Se tromper - to be mistaken Se regarder - to look at oneself Se trouver - to be located Se sécher - to dry oneself Enfler - to swell Se raser - to shave oneself éviter de - to avoid Se maquiller - to put makeup on oneself Guérir - to get better Se réveiller - to wake oneself up Se blesser - to hurt oneself Se lever - to get oneself up Se casser - to break (body part) S'amuser to play; to have fun Se fouler la cheville - to sprain an ankle S'appeler - to be called Se porter mal - to be sick S'arrêter - to stop Se porter mieux - to be better S'asseoir - to sit down Se sentir - to feel Se dépêcher - to hurry Tomber malade - to get sick Se disputer (avec) - to argue (with) Tousser - to cough S'énerver - to get upset Éternuer - to sneeze S'ennuyer - to get bored S'entendre bien - to get along well Concepts: Reflexive verbs -  The pronoun se in front 0f a verb identifies it as reflexive  To conjugate a reflexive verb: o The pronoun (me, te, se, nous, vous) must agree with the subject  Se agrees with both singular and plural third-person subjects  Some verbs can be used reflexively and non-reflexively o If the verb acts upon something OTHER than the subject, it is NOT reflexive  Ex. "Je me réveille à neuf heures." is reflexive because I am waking MYSELF up  "Je réveille mon amie à sept heures et demie." is NOT reflexive because the verb is acting on my friend, not myself.  Imperative verbs are formed the same as with non-reflexive verbs o Conjugate the verb o Add the pronoun after the verb


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