TIPS FOR STUDYING AND LEARNING VERBS AND STRUCTURES to talk about leisure activities, p. 59-63 and p. 84 (Les loisirs et la famille / Talking about leisure activities) 1. Learn the vocabulary, including the verbs and expressions in the charts and "Vocabulaire actif" boxes, p. 59-61 and p. 84. Be sure you know what these mean and can write them correctly in French. (Flashcards can help. In addition, grouping/classifying activities is useful for learning vocabulary; for example, activities you like / dislike, activities you do inside / outside, activites you do always [toujours] / often [souvent] / sometimes [parfois] / never [jamais] - p. 65 I. (Note: "toujours" = always, "tous les jours" = everyday.) Remember that all of the Vocabulaire actif is recorded on CTools-All; listen to the vocabulary, repeat the
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course FRENCH 103 taught by Professor Zeil during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.