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  1. 1. Les accueils et les choses qui peuvent arriver en classe<br />Leçon 2<br />
  2. 2. Recapitulation<br />Dites les alphabets en français, s’il vous plaît<br />H<br />D<br />J<br />X<br />Z<br />C<br />Q<br />W<br />U<br />R<br />G<br />Y<br />E<br />A<br />K<br />I<br />
  3. 3. Epelez ces noms en français<br />KhairiSuhin<br />Faudzi Ahmad<br />SakariyeHujale<br />Farah Dalila<br />NurulNajwa<br />Christopher Duke<br />KanagarajTarmalingam<br />
  4. 4. Dites les mots avec la prononciation correcte<br />Avril<br />Banc<br />Chef<br />Donc<br />Était<br />Fou<br />Garage<br />Hibou<br />Ile<br />Janvier<br />Lanvin<br />Minet<br />Norvège<br />Outil<br />Peugeot<br />Quiche<br />Raisin<br />Singe<br />Tromper<br />Vanité<br />Wagon<br />Zodiaque<br />
  5. 5. French type of speech<br />In French, there are two types of speech<br />Formal<br />Informal<br />Formal speech isspokenbetween<br />Strangers<br />People in differentranking<br />Informal speech isspokenbetween<br />Close friends<br />In the familycircle<br />
  6. 6. Greetingsthatcan’tbewrong<br />Bonjour<br />‘Good Day’<br />‘Good Morning’<br />‘Good Afternoon’<br />Bonsoir<br />‘Good Evening’<br />Bonne Nuit<br />‘Good Night’ – use itonly to wishsomeonebeforegoing to sleep<br />
  7. 7. Extremelyinformalgreeting<br />Salut<br />‘Hi’ – usedamong FRIENDS – don’t use this to greetsomeone of higherranking<br />Salut canalsobeused to say ‘goodbye’<br />The mostcommonword for ‘goodbye’ isanyhow, ‘au revoir’<br />
  8. 8. How are you?<br />Formal<br />Comment allez-vous?<br />Informal<br />Comment ça va?<br />Comment vas-tu?<br />Ça va?<br />Ensurethatyour intonation whenasking the question, at the end of the<br />sentence, the ‘sound’ goes ‘up’…<br />
  9. 9. To answer the question…<br />Formal<br />Je vais bien, merci – I’m fine, thanks<br />Je ne vais pas bien – I’m not well<br />Pas mal – Not bad<br />Informal<br />Je vais bien<br />Ça va bien<br />Ça va<br />Ça va pas – I’m not fine<br />I’m fine<br />Whenanswering, the tonefalls down at the end of the sentence sinceitis not a <br />question.<br />
  10. 10. Reciprocate the question<br />Conversation in English:<br />Hello John, how are you?<br />I’m good, thankyou. AND YOU?<br />In the conversation, sometimesyouwillreciprocate the sameinquirywith ‘and you?’ question<br />‘and you’<br />Formal – ‘et vous’<br />Informal – ‘et toi’<br />
  11. 11. Important Words<br />Monsieur<br />Mister<br />Madame<br />Madam, Mrs.<br />Mademoiselle<br />Miss<br />
  12. 12. Let’spractisethem<br />Greet yourfriend and asks how he/sheis<br />And yourfriendanswers…<br />Greet yourlecturer and asks how heis<br />And yourlectureranswers…<br />Greet yourfriend (imagine itis 7.00pm)<br />And yourfriendanswers…<br />Salut (Bonjour), ça va? Salut, ça va, et toi?<br />Bonjour Monsieur Faudzi, comment allez-vous? Je vais bien, merci, et vous? Je vais bien.<br />Salut (Bonsoir) Patrice. Bonsoir!<br />
  13. 13. What if you want to know the name of someone?<br />You ask them…<br />Formal way<br />Comment vousappelez-vous?<br />Vousvousappelez comment?<br />Informal way<br />Comment t’appelles-tu?<br />Tut’appelles comment?<br />Either way, it literally means<br />What do you call yourself<br />
  14. 14. And to answer it…<br />Je m’appelle … <br />Literally it means<br />I call myself …<br />Figuratively it means<br />My name is …<br />
  15. 15. And you reaaaally want to know that girl/boy but too shy to ask the person<br />So, you ask another person<br />Comment s’appelle-t-il?<br />Comment s’appelle-t-elle? or<br />Il s’appelle comment?<br />Elle s’appelle comment?<br />Il = he<br />Elle = she<br />And the answer to be given / or heard:<br />Il s’appelle …<br />Elle s’appelle …<br />
  16. 16. If I talk toofast…<br />And youneed me to repeatsomething, raiseyour hand and say<br />Répétez, s’il vous plaît – Repeat, please<br />S’il vous plaît – please<br />Répétez is a formal speech, if youneedyourfriend to repeat, yousay<br />Répète, s’il te plaît<br />
  17. 17. If you are lost…<br />And youwantedsooomuch to say<br />Sorry sir, but I’mlost…<br />Say: Désolé monsieur, mais je suis perdu(e)<br />Désolé – sorry<br />Mais – but<br />Je suis – I am<br />Perdu – lost<br />A male shouldwrite as ‘perdu’<br />A femaleshouldwrite as ‘perdue’<br />Takeit as itisnow, I won’t go into the technicalityjustyet<br />
  18. 18. I mightwant to askyou if…<br />You understandwhatI’mtellingyou<br />I willaskyou<br />Vous comprenez? or<br />Comprenez-vous?<br />Youranswer<br />Je comprends – I understand, or<br />Je ne comprends pas – I don’tunderstand<br />Do youunderstand?<br />
  19. 19. Pronoun (Pronom)<br />I – je<br />You (informaland singular) – tu<br />He – il<br />She – elle<br />One – on<br />We – nous<br />You (formal or plural) – vous<br />They<br />Male form – ils<br />Femaleform – elles <br />
  20. 20. Before I go too far, let’srecap<br />Pronounce the word or sentence, thengive the meaning<br />S’il vous plaît<br />Ça va?<br />Désolé<br />Répétez<br />Je comprends<br />Comprenez-vous?<br />vous<br />Au revoir<br />elles<br />nous<br />tu<br />Ça va pas<br />Bonsoir<br />
  21. 21. Now, let’s do itanotherway<br />Je vous donne des mots ou des phrases en anglais, vous les traduisez en français…<br />Sorry, I don’tunderstand<br />We<br />I<br />How are you?<br />I am fine<br />I amlost<br />You (informal)<br />She<br />Good night<br />Hi<br />They (male)<br />You (formal)<br />
  22. 22. List of vocabularies learnt today<br />Bonjour<br />Bonsoir<br />Bonne nuit<br />Salut<br />Comment allez-vous?<br />Comment ça va?<br />Ça va?<br />Je vais bien<br />
  23. 23. … continué…<br />Ça va.<br />Ça va bien.<br />Ça va pas.<br />Je ne vais pas bien.<br />Répétez<br />S’il vous plaît<br />Répète<br />S’il te plaît<br />
  24. 24. … continué …<br />Monsieur<br />Madame<br />Mademoiselle<br />Désolé<br />Mais<br />Je suis<br />Perdu, perdue<br />Comprenez-vous? Vous comprenez?<br />
  25. 25. … continué …<br />Je ne comprends pas<br />Je comprends<br />Je<br />Tu<br />Il<br />Elle<br />On<br />Nous <br />
  26. 26. … continué …<br />Ils<br />Elles<br />Et vous<br />Et toi<br />Merci <br />Pas mal<br />Au revoir<br />La fin – youwillseethis in the final slide<br />
  27. 27. Comment vous appelez-vous?<br />Vous vous appelez comment?<br />Comment t’appelles-tu?<br />Comment tu t’appelles?<br />Tu t’appelles comment?<br />Comment s’appelle-t-il?<br />Comment s’appelle-t-elle?<br />Il s’appelle comment?<br />Elle s’appelle comment?<br />Je m’appelle , il (elle) s’appelle<br />
  28. 28. La Fin<br />Pratiquez tous les jours, n’oubliez pas ce que vous avez appris. <br />Les Champs Elysées, Paris<br />