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French 201 Week #7 Class Notes

by: Kathleen Sparks

French 201 Week #7 Class Notes FR 201

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These notes consist of all three lectures given in Week #7. They have both the English and the French translations of all vocabulary, grammar lessons, and any other information given during these ...
French 201
Lang Wang
Class Notes
french, english, Purdue
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Date Created: 10/14/16
Week #7 Prônons Placement : Pronoun placement: o Un verbe = avant le verbe o One verb: before the verb o Infinitif = après le verbe, avant o Infinitive: after the verb, before the l’infinitif infinitive o Passé composé = avant l’auxiliaire o Past tense: before the auxiliary Règle 1 : Rule 1: o Utilisez devenir, être, rester o Use to become, to be, to rest for (profession, nationalité, religion, et profession, nationality, religion, and relations) relations. o Je voudrais devenir psychiatre o I would like to be a psychiatrist. o *pas d’article !!* o *without the article!!* o Il est chrétien et chinois. o He is Christian and Chinese. o Je suis papa de trois enfants. o I am a dad of three children. Règle 2 : Rule 2: o C’est, ce sont + article +adjectif o It is, it is(plural) + article + adjective o Mon cousin est homme o My cousin is a business man d’affaires vs. vs. He is a famous business man. C’est un homme d’affaires o It is célèbres. o Proper name: This is François o C ‘est Holland. o Nom propre : C’est François o Disjunctive Pronoun: That is me Holland. doing the cleaning. o Pronom disjonctif : C’est moi o Identifying Object: This is a fait le ménage. book by Gustave Flaubert. o Objet identifié : C’est un He/She is Roman de Gustave Flaubert. o He/She is + adjective modifying the Il/Elle est particular person/ particular object o Il/Elle est + adjectif modifiant une o My dance teacher? He is personne particulière/un objet excellent. particulier o Mon professeur de danse ? Il o He/She is + preposition of a place est excellent. o The classroom? It is far from o Il/Elle est + préposition d’endroit here. o La salle de classe ? Elle est Typical Expressions loin d’ici. People: Les Expressions Typiques o How is he? Les Gens : o He has blond/ brown/ o Comment est-il ? chestnut/ wavy/ curly hair. o Il a les cheveux blonds/ o How tall is he? marrons/ châtains/ ondulés/ o His is 6 m tall. frisés o What does he weigh? o Comment mesure-t-il ? o He is fat/ skinny. o Il mesure un mètre six. o What kind of man/woman is he/she? o Comment est-ce qu’il pèse ? o He has good/bad character o Il est gros(se)/mince. o He is a(n) pessimist/ optimist/ Week #7 o Quel genre d’homme/femme est- kind/ very happy/ extrovert/ ce ? introvert. o Il a bon/mauvais caractère. o Il est pessimiste/ optimiste/ sympa/ animé/ extravertie/ Objects: introvertie. o What does it look like? o It is small/big/long/short/large/ Round/rectangular/ cubic. Les Objets : o What is it? o It is plastic/ cotton/ wood/ silk/  Comment est-ce ? o C’est petit/grand/long/court/ gold/ silver/ bronze/ steel/ iron. grand/ rond/ rectangulaire/ Qualifier adjectives cubique o First (male), first (female)  En quoi est-ce ? o Dumb (male), dumb (female) o Worried (male), worried (female) o C’est plastique/ coton/ bois/ o White (male), white (female) soie/ or/ argent/ bronze/ acier/ fer o Many (male), many (female) L’adjectif qualificatif o –er, -ère : premier, première o –et, -ette : muet, muette o –et, -ète : inquiet, inquiète o –c, -che : blanc, blanche o –eur, -euse : nombreux, nombreuse Vocabulaire : Vocabulary: o Amener o To bring o Emmener o To take o En augmentation o In increase o En baisse o In decline o Par rapport à o With regard to o Avortement o Abortion o Versées par une famille o Spent by family o Un congé de paternité o Paternity leave o Renouvellement o renewal o En dehors de o Outside o Se rapprocher o To approach o Mentir o To lie o Septuagénaire o A man in his 70s o Les caisses o Coffer; treasury o Impôts o Taxes o Réduits à o Reduces o N’importe qui o Anyone o N’importe quelle raison o Any reason o Détentrice/détenire o Record holder o Entreprendre o To undertake o Audace o Audacity Week #7 o Feudaux o Feudal o De fait o In fact o En tout points o In all aspects o Renoncer o To give up privileges o La Déclaration des droits l’homme o The Declaration of the Rights of Man o Rédiger o To write o S’enfuir o To run away La position des adjectifs : The Position of Adjectives: Après les objets modifies : After the modifying objects: o Un roman intéressant o An interesting novel o Une fille chaleureuse o An enthusiastic girl Avant les objets modifies : Before the modifying objects: o BAGS****** o Beauty Age Goodness Size****** o Une autre personne o Another person o Une belle fille o A beautiful girl o Une jolie peinture o A happy painter o Un gros cochon o A big pig o Le bon vin o The good wine o À court terme o In short term o Un petit enfant o A small child o Une mauvaise nouvelle o Bad news o Long, jeune, haut, vieux o Long, young, tall, old Plus d’un adjectif : More than one adjective: o Un petit enfant innocent o A small and innocent child o Un vielle ville touristique o An old tourist town o Une fille sympathique et marrante o A sympathetic and funny girl o Une jolie et gentille demoiselle o A nice and kind lady o Un beau petit garçon o A handsome, small boy o **quand les adjectifs après, o **when the adjectives are after, use utiliserez « et » and Cas particuliers : Particular Cases: o l’ancien ministre o a former minister vs vs une ville ancienne an ancient village o mes chers amis o my dear friends vs vs des produits cher expensive products o un grand homme o an important man vs vs un homme grand a tall/large man o ma propre chambre o my own room vs vs un chambre propre a clean room o des braves gens o the honest people vs vs un homme brave a brave man Week #7 ******BAGS : This is an acronym for the words Beauty, Age, Goodness and Size. These are all of the types of adjectives that go in front of the object it is describing. For example: une belle fille stands for a pretty girl. The adjective “belle” or pretty falls under the category Beauty. Un bon idee stands for a good idea. The adjective “bon” or good falls under the category Goodness.


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