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ZLU1242<br />Lesson 5 – Adjectives & other stuff<br />
Recap<br />Name the infinitive, in French<br />To close<br />To talk / to speak<br />To finish<br />To chat<br />To arrive...
… continué<br />Donnez la traduction de ces mots français / phrases françaises<br />La femme adore l’homme<br />Qui sont-i...
Adjective<br />A word to modify or describe a noun<br />Example:<br />House (noun)<br />Big house (house has a characteris...
French adjective<br />In English, adjectives are usually placed before the noun<br />Small house, great man, beautiful wom...
Agreement<br />French adjective differs from English such that:<br />Agree in gender (masculine / feminine)<br />Agree in ...
Example<br />I have a green pen.<br />J’aiunstylovert.<br />I have green pens.<br />J’aidesstylosverts.<br />I have a gree...
List of adjectives under this category<br />
Adjectives placed BEFORE the noun<br />Although most French adjectives are placed after the noun, there are some which are...
Example<br />C’est un homme.<br />C’est un belhomme.<br />Cesont des beaux hommes.<br />C’estune femme.<br />C’estune bell...
… continué<br />C’est un garçon.<br />C’est un bon garçon.<br />Ce sont des bons garçons.<br />C’est une fille.<br />C’est...
Adjectives underthiscategory<br />
Nationalité<br />
Colors / Couleurs<br />
Allons faire des phrases<br />Jack is a small man.  He is nice.  He has some blue houses.  He speaks English, French and G...
Les numéros de 0 jusqu’à 10<br />Zéro <br />Un<br />Deux<br />Trois<br />Quatre<br />Cinq<br />Six<br />Sept<br />Huit<br ...
Un petit annonce <br />Votreépreuve numéro 1 aura lieu la semaine prochaine <br />Vous devez commencer avec votre projet. ...
La Fin<br />On se rencontre encore<br />Montréal, Canada<br />
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  1. 1. ZLU1242<br />Lesson 5 – Adjectives & other stuff<br />
  2. 2. Recap<br />Name the infinitive, in French<br />To close<br />To talk / to speak<br />To finish<br />To chat<br />To arrive<br />To be<br />To love<br />To have<br />To smoke<br />To think<br />To break<br />To study<br />To repair<br />To take<br />To stay / to live<br />
  3. 3. … continué<br />Donnez la traduction de ces mots français / phrases françaises<br />La femme adore l’homme<br />Qui sont-ils?<br />Tu fumes?<br />Nous réparons la télévision<br />Ils n’aiment pas le professeur<br />Qui êtes-vous?<br />Je téléphone à un ami<br />
  4. 4. Adjective<br />A word to modify or describe a noun<br />Example:<br />House (noun)<br />Big house (house has a characteristic  big)<br />Green house (house has a characteristic  green)<br />Big green house (house has 2 characteristics  big and green)<br />Man (noun)<br />Small man (man has a characteristic  small)<br />Handsome man (man has a characteristic  handsome)<br />Small handsome man (man has 2 characteristics  small & handome)<br />The examples above show that a noun can be given some type of characteristic; the noun is modified, the modification word is an adjective<br />
  5. 5. French adjective<br />In English, adjectives are usually placed before the noun<br />Small house, great man, beautiful woman, big apartment, slow car, tall building, difficult course, temperamental child, talkative friend, etc.<br />In French, most adjectives are placed AFTER the noun<br />“house green”, “food delicious”, “girlfriend crazy” etc. when in English it should mean “green house”, “delicious food” and “crazy friend” respectively<br />But, shouldn’t be difficult to remember because in Malay, adjectives are usually placed after the noun<br />“rumahhijau”, “makanansedap”, “temanwanitagila” … <br />
  6. 6. Agreement<br />French adjective differs from English such that:<br />Agree in gender (masculine / feminine)<br />Agree in number (singular / plural)<br />If the noun is singular masculine, the adjective used should also be ‘singular masculine’<br />If the noun is plural masculine, the adjective used should also be ‘plural masculine’<br />If the noun is singular feminine, the adjective used should also be ‘singular feminine’<br />If the noun is plural feminine, the adjective used should also be ‘plural feminine’<br />
  7. 7. Example<br />I have a green pen.<br />J’aiunstylovert.<br />I have green pens.<br />J’aidesstylosverts.<br />I have a green house.<br />J’aiunemaisonverte.<br />I have green houses.<br />J’aidesmaisonsvertes.<br />
  8. 8. List of adjectives under this category<br />
  9. 9.
  10. 10. Adjectives placed BEFORE the noun<br />Although most French adjectives are placed after the noun, there are some which are placed IN FRONT of the noun<br />The adjectives that are placed before the noun are those under these categories:<br />Beauty<br />Age<br />Good / bad<br />Size<br />The rules of gender and number still hold<br />
  11. 11. Example<br />C’est un homme.<br />C’est un belhomme.<br />Cesont des beaux hommes.<br />C’estune femme.<br />C’estune belle femme.<br />Cesont des belles femmes.<br />C’est un homme.<br />C’est un vieilhomme.<br />Cesont des vieuxhommes.<br />C’estune femme.<br />C’estunevieille femmes.<br />Cesont des vieilles femmes.<br />BEAUTY / BEAUTÉ<br />AGE/ ÂGE<br />
  12. 12. … continué<br />C’est un garçon.<br />C’est un bon garçon.<br />Ce sont des bons garçons.<br />C’est une fille.<br />C’est une bonne fille.<br />Ce sont des bonnes filles.<br />C’est un garçon.<br />C’est un petit garçon.<br />Ce sont des petits garçons.<br />C’est une fille.<br />C’est une petite fille.<br />Ce sont des petites filles.<br />GOOD & BAD/ BON & MAUVAIS<br />SIZE/ TAILLE<br />
  13. 13. Adjectives underthiscategory<br />
  14. 14. Nationalité<br />
  15. 15. Colors / Couleurs<br />
  16. 16. Allons faire des phrases<br />Jack is a small man. He is nice. He has some blue houses. He speaks English, French and German. He is Australian.<br />Jacques est un petit homme. Il estsympathique. Il a des maisonsbleues. Il parleanglais, français et allemand. Il estaustralien.<br />Marie is French. She is a beautiful woman. She has a white car and a black pen. She is boring.<br />Marie estfrançaise. C’estune belle femme. Elle a unevoiture blanche et un stylo noir. Elle estennuyeuse.<br />Jack and Marie are friendly. They walk and talk a lot. They have yellow books, green pencils and an old (still) camera.<br />Jacques et Marie sontamicaux. Ilsmarchent et parlent beaucoup. Ilsont des livresjaunes, des crayons verts et un vieilappareil-photo.<br />
  17. 17. Les numéros de 0 jusqu’à 10<br />Zéro <br />Un<br />Deux<br />Trois<br />Quatre<br />Cinq<br />Six<br />Sept<br />Huit<br />Neuf<br />Dix<br />
  18. 18. Un petit annonce <br />Votreépreuve numéro 1 aura lieu la semaine prochaine <br />Vous devez commencer avec votre projet. C’est un projet de groupe. Vous pouvez avoir au maximum 5 étudiants par groupe.<br />Le projet a 2 catégories:<br />Une vidéo musicale française<br />Un drame français simple<br />Je vous montrerai des exemples<br />Il faut voter quelle sorte de projet vous recevrez<br />J’ai besoin de remplacer la classe qui nous n’avons pas eu à cause de la fête des ouvriers<br />
  19. 19. La Fin<br />On se rencontre encore<br />Montréal, Canada<br />
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