1001-dev5 - FR 1001 / Introduction la langue franaise I...

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FR 1001 / Introduction à la langue française I (section 3) Prof. Spagnoli Devoirs (Ch. 5 Motifs, 5th edition ) du 20 avil au 2 mai *we do not have class on Friday, April 22 *Exercices iLrn : à compléter le mardi 3 mai avant 23h59 ** Examen final (auditif et écrit) : le vendredi 6 mai 10h30 – 12h30 Ritter 110 ** Examen oral final sans notes [without notes] : sur rendez-vous (by appointment) le 2, 4, 6, ou 9 mai Anderson 540 The questions for the final oral exam (a conversation of 7 minutes) can be found on the Blackboard menu under Oral Exams. You should be prepared to answer any questions listed, though we will not have time to get to them all. The idea of preparing the questions in advance is that you understand them when you hear them and can answer, not that you should memorize precise answers that you might not be able to keep track of during a conversation. For this reason, the final oral exam really emphasizes active communication that simulates an interaction you might have in the real world. Tips for improving listening comprehension:
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2011 for the course FRENCH 1001 taught by Professor Spagnoli during the Spring '11 term at Temple.

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1001-dev5 - FR 1001 / Introduction la langue franaise I...

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