January 25 2008

January 25 2008 - French 102 The class posed the following...

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French 102 January 25, 2008 The class posed the following questions to one another during an oral exercise: Qu’est-ce que vous allez faire après cette classe ? o What are you going to do after this class Qu’est-ce que vous allez faire pendant le week-end? o What are you going to do this weekend ? These questions exemplify the “futur proche,” or the near future tense that is constructed by combining the conjugated verb “aller” with a second infinitive verb For example, to say, “I’m going to eat,” the verb, “aller,” would be conjugated to agree with the subject, “I” while “to eat” would remain infinitive. o “Je vais manger” To say “We are going to watch a movie,” the verb, “aller,” would be conjugated to agree with the subject, “We” while “to watch” would remain infinitive. o “Nous allons regarder un film.” The instructor gave photos to small groups within the class, asking them to describe the photos, invent stories concerning their subjects and otherwise discuss them. The class reviewed the syllabus:
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course FREN 102 taught by Professor Stephaniekotrell during the Spring '08 term at New Mexico.

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