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SALUTATION!<br />             BIENVENUE<br />        DANS LA CLASSE!<br />           PRÉSENTEZ <br />                 PAR<...
LE VERBE AVOIR<br />      PRESENT DE  L’INDICATIF<br />THE VERB AVOIR <br />PRESENT TENSE<br />
Les Objectifs ….The Objectives<br />By the end of this lesson you will be able to:<br /><ul><li>Learn the subject pronouns.
Conjugate the verb avoirin the present tense.
Form the negation with the verb avoir in the present tense
Formulate questions using the verb avoir
Identify idiomatic expressions  that use  the verb avoir</li></li></ul><li>AVOIR = TO HAVE<br />Avoir is one of the most c...
Formation of the present tense of  the verb Avoir<br />   Formation du present de l’ indicatif du verbeAvoir<br />the pres...
The subject of a verb is the person or thing which performs the action of that verb.Subject pronoun is a word that can rep...
You use je to talk about yourself.<br />      e. g. J’ai un crayon.<br />You use tu to address a friend.<br />      e.g. T...
Conjugation of the verb Avoir = to have in the present tense<br />French<br />English<br />j’ai                           ...
Conjugation of the verb avoir = To have  In the present tense<br />avoir<br />J’ai<br />Tu as<br />Il /elle a<br />Nous av...
Negation<br />   Negation is formed by placing ne ... pasaround the conjugated verb, which, in this case, is the verb avoi...
Present tense of the verb avoirin the negation (ne…pas) *Note ne becomes n’ before a vowel.<br />Je n’aipas          = I h...
Expressions with Avoir<br />Avoir is used in a number of idiomatic expressions, many<br />of which are translated by the E...
Expressions with Avoir<br />Avoir is used in the impersonal expression il y a, which means either “there is” or “there are...
Expressions with Avoir<br />
Attention!<br />The expression avoirchaudand avoirfroidare used only if the subject is a person or an animal.  For objects...
Asking Questions<br />Reverse the subject pronoun with the verb or you just add a question mark on the affirmative sentenc...
as-tu?       (affirmative: tuparles)             OrTu as?
A-t-il ?                                                               il a?
A-t-elle?                                                             elle as?
Avons-nous?                                                    Nous avons?
Avez-vousvousavez?
Ont-ils?                                                             ilsont?
Ont-elles?                                                         Ellesont?</li></ul>Answer<br />      Affirmative       ...
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FRENCH: VERBE AVOIR PRESENT DE L’INDICATIF

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By the end of this lesson you will be able to:
Learn the subject pronouns.
Conjugate the verb avoir in the present tense.
Form the negation with the verb avoir in the present tense
Formulate questions using the verb avoir
Identify idiomatic expressions that use the verb avoir

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FRENCH: VERBE AVOIR PRESENT DE L’INDICATIF

  1. 1. SALUTATION!<br /> BIENVENUE<br /> DANS LA CLASSE!<br /> PRÉSENTEZ <br /> PAR<br /> MARIE GLEMAUD<br />
  2. 2. LE VERBE AVOIR<br /> PRESENT DE L’INDICATIF<br />THE VERB AVOIR <br />PRESENT TENSE<br />
  3. 3. Les Objectifs ….The Objectives<br />By the end of this lesson you will be able to:<br /><ul><li>Learn the subject pronouns.
  4. 4. Conjugate the verb avoirin the present tense.
  5. 5. Form the negation with the verb avoir in the present tense
  6. 6. Formulate questions using the verb avoir
  7. 7. Identify idiomatic expressions that use the verb avoir</li></li></ul><li>AVOIR = TO HAVE<br />Avoir is one of the most common French verbs. It is irregular in conjugation and literally means "to have." <br /> AVOIR<br />To have<br />
  8. 8. Formation of the present tense of the verb Avoir<br /> Formation du present de l’ indicatif du verbeAvoir<br />the present tense is composed of two elements: the subject pronouns or subject and the form of the verb. <br />It isformed by:<br />The subjectpronoun<br />+<br />The form of the verb<br />Le canard blanc (il) <br />a<br />des yeux noirs.<br />The form of the verb (avoir)<br />sujet<br />
  9. 9. The subject of a verb is the person or thing which performs the action of that verb.Subject pronoun is a word that can replace the subject in a sentence . French: Jean a. Il a. English: Jean has. He has. <br />French<br />English<br />Je <br />Tu<br />Il <br />Elle <br />On <br />Nous <br />Vous<br />Ils<br />Elles<br />I<br /> You (sing. Informal)<br /> He <br /> She<br /> It, we, <br /> we<br /> You (Plur. Formal)<br /> They (mas. Plur.)<br /> They (fem. Plur.)<br />
  10. 10. You use je to talk about yourself.<br /> e. g. J’ai un crayon.<br />You use tu to address a friend.<br /> e.g. Tu as un crayon.<br />You useilto talk about a boy/a man.<br /> e.g. Il a un crayon.<br />You use elle to talk about a girl /a woman.<br /> e.g. Ellle a un crayon.<br />Il and elle can be used for things <br />e.g. La table? Elle a troispieds.<br />You use nous when referring to yourself and another person or other people.<br /> e.g. Nous avons un crayon.<br />We use vous when talking to two or more people.<br />We use ilsfor masculine plural/ group of males and females<br />e.g.Ilsont un crayon.<br />We use Elles for feminine plural<br />e.g.Ellesont un crayon.<br />
  11. 11. Conjugation of the verb Avoir = to have in the present tense<br />French<br />English<br />j’ai I have<br />tu as You have<br />il a he has<br />elle a she has<br />Nousavons we have<br />Vousavez you have (Pl.)<br />Ilsont They have (m. Plur.)<br />Ellesont They have (f.plur.)<br />
  12. 12. Conjugation of the verb avoir = To have In the present tense<br />avoir<br />J’ai<br />Tu as<br />Il /elle a<br />Nous avons<br />Vousavez<br />Ils/ellesont<br />
  13. 13. Negation<br /> Negation is formed by placing ne ... pasaround the conjugated verb, which, in this case, is the verb avoir. <br />Jean n’apas un crayon!.<br />Jean does not have a pencil<br />
  14. 14. Present tense of the verb avoirin the negation (ne…pas) *Note ne becomes n’ before a vowel.<br />Je n’aipas = I have not<br />Tun’aspas = you have not<br />Il n’apas = he has not<br />Elle n’apas = she has not<br />Nousn’avons pas = we have not<br />Vousn’avezpas = you have not<br />Ilsn’ont pas = they have not (mas.plur.)<br />Ellesn’ontpas = they have not (fem. Plur.)<br />
  15. 15. Expressions with Avoir<br />Avoir is used in a number of idiomatic expressions, many<br />of which are translated by the English verb "to be":<br />You use the verb avoir to express age _____<br />tu as quelâge?<br />French: avoir + number +ans. <br />Englsih: to be + number + years old.<br />Example: Tu as quelâge? How old are you?<br />Answer:<br />J’ai 18 (dixhuit) ans. <br /> I am 18 years old.<br />
  16. 16. Expressions with Avoir<br />Avoir is used in the impersonal expression il y a, which means either “there is” or “there are.”<br />Il y a is used to express the existence of a person or a thing, or to make a list of persons or things. <br />We usually used the indefinite article (un, une, des) with il y a.<br />Examples: il y a une plume sur la table.<br /> Il y a un crayon sur la table.<br /> Il y a des plumes et des crayons sur la table.<br />The negative of il y a is iln'y a pas. The indefinite article (un une, des) becomes de or d' after this negative expression. This corresponds to the English word 'any.' <br />Examples: Il n’y a pas de crayon sur la table.(There is not any pencil on the table.)<br />Il n’y a pas de plume sur la table. (There is not any pen on the table.)<br />Il n’y a pas d’étoiledans le ciel. (There is not any star in the sky.)<br />
  17. 17. Expressions with Avoir<br />
  18. 18. Attention!<br />The expression avoirchaudand avoirfroidare used only if the subject is a person or an animal. For objects, use the verb Être.<br />Example;<br />L’ élève a chaud. = The student is (feels) warm.<br />But<br />Le soleilestchaud. The sun is warm.<br />
  19. 19. Asking Questions<br />Reverse the subject pronoun with the verb or you just add a question mark on the affirmative sentence.<br /><ul><li>Ai-je? =have I? J’ai?
  20. 20. as-tu? (affirmative: tuparles) OrTu as?
  21. 21. A-t-il ? il a?
  22. 22. A-t-elle? elle as?
  23. 23. Avons-nous? Nous avons?
  24. 24. Avez-vousvousavez?
  25. 25. Ont-ils? ilsont?
  26. 26. Ont-elles? Ellesont?</li></ul>Answer<br /> Affirmative Negative<br /><ul><li>Oui, j’ai. Non, je n’aipas.
  27. 27. Oui, tu as. Non, tun’ as pas.
  28. 28. Oui, il a Non, iln’apas.</li></li></ul><li>CONVERSATION<br />Tex, tuas des frères et des soeurs? <br />Tex: Oui, j'aiunesoeur et un frère. <br />Quelâgeont-ils? <br />Tex: Ma soeur Rita a 30 ans et mon frère Trey a 16 ans.<br />Tex, do you have brothers and sisters? <br />Tex: Yes, I have a sister and a brother. <br />How old are they? <br />Tex: My sister Rita is 30 and my brother Trey is 16. <br />
  29. 29. Maintenant à votre tour<br />What subject pronoun disappears?<br />Subject Pronouns<br />Je <br />Tu<br />Ils<br />Elle <br />Elles<br />Il <br />On <br />Nous<br />Vous<br />
  30. 30. Maintenantàvotre tour<br />Subject Pronouns<br />What is the English equivalent for each subject pronoun?<br />French<br />Je _____ <br />Tu _____ <br />Il _____ <br />Elle _____ <br />On _____ <br />Nous _____ <br />Vous _____ <br />Ils _____ <br />Elles _____ <br />
  31. 31. Maintenantàvotre tour<br />What comes after each subject pronoun? <br /> The verb Avoir<br />avez<br />Vous<br />a<br />Il<br />ai<br />J’<br />Ils<br />ont<br />Elles<br />ont<br />Tu<br />as<br />Nous <br />avons<br />
  32. 32. Maintenantàvotre tour<br />The verb AVOIR<br />French<br />What is the English equivalent for the verb?<br />j’ai _______ <br />tu as _______ <br />il a _______ <br />elle a _______ <br />Nousavons _______ <br />Vousavez _______ <br />Ilsont _______<br />Ellesont _______ <br />
  33. 33. Complétez avec “Avoir”<br />1. J’___une petite famille.<br />2. Marc aussi ____ une petite famille.<br />3. Ma sœur _____ seize ans.<br />4. Vous __________ unemaison<br />5. Et toi, tu _____ une petite maisonaussi?<br />6. J’ ____ deux frères<br />7. Ils _____ treize et Seize ans.<br />8. Mon copain Michel _____ deuxsœurs.<br />
  34. 34. Bon, c’estfini ...<br />Fantastic<br />Bravo!<br />Félicitations!<br />
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  36. 36. Your feedback about Marie Glemaud: <br />Highest<br />Knowledge Gained in the class: 1-5 <br />Would you recommendthis Presenter to others?<br />yes<br />no<br />Comments:<br />Did you enjoy the lesson?<br />Follow this teacher<br />yes<br />
  37. 37. MERCI<br />POUR<br />VOTRE<br />PARTICIPATION<br />AU REVOIR!<br />

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