Thursday 6pm: Summary #3
Cours du jeudi 18h: RÃ©sumÃ© #3
Last Thursday, we started out by checking last week’s new vocabulary. Then you told me about some of your plans/ new year resolutions – we will continue next week – I felt it was a good exercise, if slightly repetitive. Otherwise, we talked about where you go shopping: local shops, supermarket etc. And we had a look at the beginning of the song Comme d’habitude (the French version of My Way) which was great to check out those pesky reflexive verbs.
1) Bring your remaining sentences using the future: we will have a look at some next week.
2) 1 minute talk about what transports you use, when and why. (use only the present tense: this is about learning transportation vocab)
3) Read the sentences below and make sure you know what they mean in English (Wordreference.com can be really useful as an online dictionary!) + read through the examples of reflexive verbs
Terry verra sa mÃ¨re tous les dimanches.
Cette annÃ©e, Lindsay apprendra la langue franÃ§aise.
Craig ira camper pendant l’Ã©tÃ©.
Emily suivra un cours d’archÃ©ologie pendant les vacances d’Ã©tÃ©.
Sammy courra un marathon.
Jill fera de la randonnÃ©e pour faire de l’exercice.
Kamila pour accroÃ®tre ses compÃ©tences.
Scott ira en France en avril.
These are used when you are talking about things you do to yourself, for instance, when you brush your teeth, or when you get dressed.
|je me lÃ¨ve
|I get up
|tu te douches
|You have a shower
|He gets dressed
|Se brosser les dents
|elle se brosse les dents
|She brushes her teeth
|on se rase
|We have a shave
|nous nous changeons
|We get changed
|vous vous prÃ©parez
|You get ready
|Se brosser les cheveux
|ils se brossent les cheveux
|They brush their hair
|elles se couchent
|They go to bed
Listen to those verbs:
You can also find out more about reflexive verbs here. (includes some audio)