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French Final Exam Review Tu versus vous Tu Vous - A friend - A sibling - A child or younger relative - … anyone else once they say that you may! -Tu peux me tutoyer - On peut se tutoyer - Your boss - Elders (grandparents) - Community members - People in authority positions …when in doubt, use vous Goodbyes Formal Informal -Au revoir (Goodbye) - Adieu (Goodbye – longer term) - A la prochain (Until next time) - Salut (Bye) -A plus tard/ A plus (See you later) - A bientot (See you soon) - A demain ( See you tomorrow) Emily Azimi FREN1000
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- Faire la bise…. On se fait la bise? Francophone countries & capitals - Where is French spoken? - La francophonie : French-speaking people Emily Azimi FREN1000 Country Capital Continent Belgium Brussels Europe Benin Porto-Novo Africa Burkina Faso Ouagadougou Africa Burundi Bujumbura Africa Cameroon Yaoundé Africa Canada Ottawa North America Central African Republic Bangui Africa Chad N'Djamena Africa Comoros Moroni Africa Congo Brazzaville Africa Cote d'Ivoire Yamoussoukro Africa Democratic Republic of Congo Kinshasa Africa Djibouti Djibouti Africa Equatorial Guinea Malabo Africa France Paris Europe Gabon Libreville Africa Guinea Conacry Africa Haiti Port-au-Prince North America Luxembourg Luxembourg Europe Madagascar Antananarivo Africa Mali Bamako Africa Monaco Monaco Europe Niger Niamey Africa Rwanda Kigali Africa Senegal Dakar Africa Seychelles Victoria Africa Switzerland Bern Europe Togo Lomé Africa Vanuatu Port Vila Oceania
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- Number of countries where the official language is French? 29 - According to the Organisation international de la Francophonie (OIF), number of countries where French is spoken? 57 Verbs Etre (to be) Je suis nous sommes Tu es vous etes Il/elle/on est Ils/elles sont Translations I am We (formal) are You (informal/singular) are You (formal/plural) are He/She/We (informal) are They are Aller (to go) Je vais nous allons Tu vas vous allez Il/elle/on va Ils/elles vont Translations I go We (formal) go You (informal/singular) go You (formal/plural) go He/She/We (informal) goes They go Etre, aller & some of their uses Translate the following sentences into French. Use a dictionary when needed for vocabulary purposes. A. To express where you are going [aller (to go) + a (to) + place] 1. We are going to the restaurant. Nous allons au restaurant 2. I am going to the bank. Je vais a la banque 3. You (plural) are going to the airport. Vous allez a l’aeroport 4. He is going to the pharmacy. Il va a la pharmacie 5. They (m) are going to Lyon. Ils vont a Lyon B. To express where you are from [etre (to be) + de(from) + city] 1. I am from Paris. Je suis de Paris 2. Luc is from Bern. Luc est de Bern 3. We are from Kinshasa. Nous sommes de Kinshasa Emily Azimi FREN1000
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4. They are from Port Vila. Ils/Elles sont de Port Vila 5. She is from Port-au-Prince. Elle est de Port-au-Prince C. To express where you are located [etre (to be) + a(at) +place] 1. I am at the market. Je suis au marche 2. Paul and Luc are at the theatre. Paul et Luc sont au theatre 3. Marie and I are at the park. Marie et moi sommes au parc 4. We are at the supermarket. Nous sommes au supermarche 5.
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