Grade 6/7 & 6

Le Marché – 

Watch the portion of the video that deals with Le Marché.

Answer the following questions orally with your class.

Qui a déjà visité un marché?

Qu’est-ce qu’on peut acheter au marché?

Quelles sortes de marchés est-ce qu’il y a?

Qui aime manger des légumes, du poisson, du fromage?

Quel est le mot pour quelqu’un qui ne mange pas de viande?

Vocabulaire utile:

des moules – mussles
des bulots – whelk
des crevettes – shrimp
de la morue – cod
de l’espadon – swordfish
du thon – tuna
une poignée – a fistful, handful
des aubergines – eggplant
des courgettes – zucchini
des poireaux – leeks
des choux-fleurs – cauliflower
des navets – turnips
des merguez – a type of saussage

Divide into small groups.  Answer a few assigned questions from the question sheet.  When done, enter your answers into Google.

Grade 6/7 –

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kZGy9JMHTLDbQ2plelXQ1BgHGFFp7u1wxf42B57_FZQ/edit?usp=sharing

Grade 6 –
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1shDKfg8Xdt92YBrFhiZerytcnWEoY5LEhpkucc7MLrA/edit?usp=sharing

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La Boulangerie – 

Here are the answers that the Grade 6/7 class answered after watching a video on La Boulangerie:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/12bK6PXh2o4w6Oaur7Gmr_F4vHj1u0WMeY7paJyCn3Vk/edit?usp=sharing

Here are the answers that the Grade 6 class answered after watching a video on La Boulangerie:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CXUjuM5QjdniW_hdqhMYxJvWODlRGHepXyfP09YFRfU/edit?usp=sharing

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Les Dialogues –

Learning Goal: Conduct an interview with a classmate.  One person plays the role of the interviewer, and the other is the interviewee.

Watch the following YouTube video to get some ideas of questions and answers.  Then, create with your class the success criteria for this assignment.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zpp0rE3ZUQu23MvTTbf9M3PVKBpGXH9CJ0qW6KzxCt0/edit?usp=sharing

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Let’s look at the answers to yesterday’s online form:

https://mmefisk.wordpress.com/2013/12/02/questions-du-jour-1/#comments

What were the strengths and weaknesses of your answers?  Did you answer in a full and complete sentence?

One area of concern that was observed was writing the date in French.  Practice writing the date by filling out the worksheet provided.  Quelle est la date?

C’est (day), le (#) (month), deux mille __.

http://video.about.com/french/How-to-Say-the-Dates-in-French.htm

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Des Verbes Irréguliers Test

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Who Want to be a Millionnaire!? – Vouloir Edition

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506f14c39c83dfe09d5ba2530982e89e

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ER Verbs:

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ER Verb Battleship

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How to Conjugate French -ER Verbs

French -er verbs follow a very basic conjugation pattern. To conjugate an -er verb, you should first drop the -er on the end. This root form is called a ‘radical‘. To the radical, you then add endings according to the subject of the verb:

je parle
tu parles
il parle
nous parlons
vous parlez
ils parlent

Regular French -ER Verbs

It is impossible to list all of the -er verbs in French. However, you will find that these are the most commonly used. The following verbs have no irregularities and are conjugated normally:

  • abaisser – to lower
  • accepter – to accept
  • accompagner – to accompany
  • accorder – to admit
  • admirer – to admire
  • adorer – to adore
  • aider – to help
  • aimer – to like (to love)
  • ajouter – to add
  • amuser – to amuse
  • apporter – to bring
  • approcher – to approach
  • arrêter – to stop
  • arriver – to arrive
  • assister – to attend
  • avancer – to advance
  • bavarder – to chat
  • blesser – to hurt or offend
  • brosser – to brush
  • brûler – to burn
  • cacher – to hide
  • casser – to break
  • causer – to cause or to chat (informally)
  • chanter – to sing
  • chercher – to look for
  • commander – to order
  • compter – to count
  • conseiller – to advise or to give advice
  • continuer – to continue
  • contrôler – to control
  • coucher – to put to bed (se coucher means to go to bed)
  • couper – to cut
  • coûter -to cost
  • crier – to cry out
  • danser – to dance
  • décider – to decide
  • déjeuner – to eat lunch
  • demander – to ask for
  • dépêcher – to hurry
  • détester – to hate
  • deviner – to guess
  • dîner – to dine
  • discuter – to discuss
  • donner – to give
  • douter – to doubt
  • échapper – to escape
  • écouter – to listen
  • employer – to use
  • encourager – to encourage
  • enseigner – to teach
  • entrer – to enter
  • étudier – to study
  • excuser – to excuse
  • exister – to exist
  • expliquer – to explain
  • explorer – to explore
  • fâcher – to get angry
  • fermer – to close
  • fumer – to smoke
  • gagner – to win or earn
  • garder – to keep
  • gaspiller – to waste
  • goûter – to taste
  • habiller – to dress
  • habiter – to live
  • insister -to insist
  • intéresser – to interes
  • inviter – to invite
  • jouer – to play
  • laisser – to leave
  • laver – to wash
  • manger -to eat
  • monter – to climb
  • montrer – to show
  • neiger – to snow
  • occuper – to occupy
  • oublier – to forget
  • pardonner – to forgive
  • parler – to talk
  • passer to pass or spend time
  • peigner – to comb
  • penser – to think
  • pleurer – to cry
  • préparer – to prepare
  • présenter – to present
  • quitter – to leave
  • raconter – to retell
  • regarder – to look at
  • refuser – to refuse
  • remarquer – to notice
  • rencontrer – to meet
  • rentrer – to return
  • reposer – to rest
  • rester – to remain
  • sembler – to seem
  • séparer – to separate
  • souhaiter – to wish

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