French Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Notes
French Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Notes F100
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Date Created: 03/28/16
French I Chapter 4 review! Lesson 1 Daily Routine Words Ētre debout to be up Prendre une douche to take a shower Se brosser les dents to brush teeth Se coiffer to fix one’s hair Se dépecher to hurry Se déshabiller to undress Se doucher to shower S’endormir to fall asleep S’essuyer to dry off, wipe off S’habiller to get dressed Se laver to wash La figure face Les mains hands Les cheveux hair Se lever to get up Se maquiller to put on makeup Se raser to shave Se réveiller to wake up Rentrer to return home Things you use while getting ready Une brosse brush Du dentifrice toothpaste Un gant de toilette wash mitt (something Americans don’t use) Du maquillage makeup Un peigne comb Un rasoir razer Un savon soap Une serviette de toilette towel Du shampooing shampoo These are words you can use to express frequency Toujours always, still Tous les every Souvent often Quelquefois sometimes Rarement rarely Ne..jamais never Deux fois par jour twice a day Here are some other useful words Un appartement apartment Une chambre bedroom Déjà already De nouveau again Être en train de to be busy Une journée day Le lavabo sink La nuit night Tȏt early Tard late Assez enough Examples to use these… Elle travaille trop she works too much Elle se douche beaucoup she showers a lot Nous mangeons assez we eat enough Il se rase un peu He shaves a little Métro, boulot, Dodo This is an expression that the french use that americans call the daily grind. It means in english, take the metro, work, and go home and go to sleep. The vowel / y / Make sure you round your lips when saying these words! Tu, du, zut, luc, jules, bruno, lucie, suzanne Reflexive pronouns, shown in the words laver, or to wash LAVER Je me lave Tu te laves Il se lave Nous nous lavons Vous vous lavez Ils se lavent
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