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leçon 90. bonjour, classe !. Écrivez vos devoirs: A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, C3. . . le livret entier . Tout de suite: C5: Situations. Choisissez une situation et écrivez au moins 5 phrases complètes. l’objectif. I will: Learn and use the verb “vivre.”

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bonjour classe
bonjour, classe!
  • Écrivezvos devoirs: A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, C3. . . le livretentier.
  • Tout de suite: C5: Situations. Choisissezune situation et écrivez au moins 5 phrases complètes.
l objectif
l’objectif
  • I will:
  • Learn and use the verb “vivre.”
  • Review the forms and functions of le passé composé.
  • Learn and correctly use the relative pronouns “qui” and “que.”

BY: Taking notes, performing practice exercises, and completing a verbal exit ticket.

ANY QUESTIONS? GOOD.

questions sur le texte
questions sur le texte
  • Qu’est-cequ’Armelleveutregarder?
  • Qui est le petit garçonsur la photo?
  • Qui est la petite fille?
  • Qu’est-ceque Pierre propose de faire samedi prochain?
le verbe vivre
le verbe “vivre”

Passé composé: J’aivécu

habiter vs vivre
habitervs vivre
  • Both of these verbs mean, “to live.”
  • However, habiter is used only in the sense of to live in a place.
le pass compos r vision
le passé composé: révision
  • Let’s review the forms of the passé composé in the following pairs of sentences.
le pass compos r vision1
le passé composé: révision
  • The passé composé of MOST verbs is formed with avoir as the helping verb.
  • The passé composé of several VERBS of MOTION is formed with être as a helping verb, and their past participles must agree in number and gender of the subject.
  • ÊTRE verbs: devenir, revenir, monter, rentrer, sortir, venir, aller, naître, descendre, entrer, retourner, tomber, rester, arriver, mourir, partir, passer.
  • Which other verbs??? ALL REFLEXIVE VERBS!!!
le pronom relatif qui
le pronomrelatif “qui”
  • RELATIVE PRONOUNS are used to CONNECT, or RELATE, sentences to one another. Note below how the two sentences on the left are joined into a single sentence on the right with the relative pronoun “qui.”
le pronom relative qui
le pronom relative “qui”
  • The relative pronoun “qui” (who, that, which) may refer to PEOPLE or THINGS. It is the subject of the verb that follows it.
  • Pratiquez: ex. 4 à la page 332.
ex 4 la page 332
ex. 4 à la page 332
  • Je parleàune dame QUI attend le bus.
  • Je regarde des maisons QUI ontune architecture intéressante.
  • Je rends visiteàunecopine QUI habitedans la banlieu.
  • Je vaisdans un café QUI sertd’excellentssandwichs.
  • J’entredans un magasin QUI vend des CD.
  • Je rencontre des copains QUI vontà un concert.
  • Je vois des touristes QUI prennent des photos.
  • Je prends un bus QUI va au centre-ville.
le pronom relatif que
le pronomrelatif “que”
  • Note below how the two sentences on the left are joined into a single sentence on the right with the RELATIVE PRONOUN “que.”

The relative pronoun “que” (whom, that, which) may refer to PEOPLE or THINGS. It is the DIRECT OBJECT of the verb that follows it.

relative pronouns language comparison
relative pronouns: language comparison
  • In English, the object pronouns whom, that, and which are often ommitted (left out), in French, the pronoun QUE canNOT be left out.
  • Voicil’affiche QUE je viensd’acheter.
  • Here’s the poster (that) I just bought.
language comparison cont d
language comparison (cont’d)
  • Que becomes qu’ before a vowel sound.
    • Alice regarde le magazine qu’elle a acheté.
a better rule
a better rule. . .
  • Use QUI if it’s followed by a verb.
  • Use QUE if it’s followed by a noun.