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French Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Notes

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French Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Notes F100

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French 100
Marcel Tchatchou
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mara Phelps on Monday March 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to F100 at Indiana University taught by Marcel Tchatchou in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see French 100 in French at Indiana University.


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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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