Liaisons: An Introduction to French (Enhanced Edition)
Wynne Wong, Stacey Weber-Feve, Edouard Ousselin, Bill VanPatten
LIAISONS is an cutting edge beginning-level French software firmly grounded in ideas of communicative language instructing and learn in moment language acquisition. elements of this system are rigorously associated jointly, displaying scholars how they could make connections with their classmates, their teacher, their group, and the French-speaking international. With an interesting secret movie shot on position in Montreal, Quebec, and Paris, this system presents a wealthy array of communicative actions designed to stimulate interplay inside and out the study room. The underlying pedagogical framework in LIAISONS asks scholars to first realize new vocabulary and grammar via various mediums, then attach shape and which means via a collection of confidence-building actions, and at last, actively create language.
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Sommes-nous? What day is it? Nous sommes mardi. It’s Tuesday. Qu’est-ce que tu fais / vous faites? What are you doing?, What do you do? • In French, days of the week are masculine and aren't capitalized. to claim that whatever happens in the course of a selected a part of the day or frequently on a specific day, use the convinced article le + the day of the week or a part of the day. Le soir, j’étudie. Je regarde un movie le vendredi. I watch a film each Friday (on Fridays). within the night, I learn.
Triste capacity? a. a bit unhappy Grammar educational b. too unhappy Les adverbes You have already encountered a few adverbs in Chapitre préliminaire. you will discover them back during this bankruptcy plus extra adverbs that can assist you be extra unique whilst giving descriptions and conversing approximately actions. Adverbs of depth trop Je mange trop. I devour an excessive amount of. beaucoup Il mange beaucoup. He eats much. assez Nous mangeons assez. We consume sufficient. un peu Elle mange un peu. She eats a bit.
Any time if next rights regulations require it. PARTIE three Vocabulaire CD1-41 three Activité d Connaissez-vous bien les drapeaux du monde? Vous allez entendre (hear) une série de couleurs. Avec quel drapeau (flag) associez-vous ces couleurs? 1. a. le drapeau québécois b. le drapeau français 2. a. le drapeau chinois © Tetra Images/Photolibrary b. le drapeau ivoirien 3. a. le drapeau italien b. le drapeau canadien 4. a. le drapeau américain b. le drapeau belge Activité e.
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