FREN  105

Assignment

 Introduction - Part 2

This assignment page will tell you what I want you to turn in as homework. Send me those items marked with an asterisk *.    Consult the Plan  as needed and feel free to look up any vocabulary that you might need.

10.  Formal commands

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Exercise 10.  Practice writing out the French equivalents of the command forms dialogues.  I have provided a study sheet for this purpose.  I suggest that you print several copies of this page and use them to quiz yourselves.  This page will also appear on your exam.

* Ex. 10. Commands

11. Expressing Possession: The Verb avoir

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Exercise 11a.  Create sentences using the verbs être, aller, and avoir to indicate that everyone is a student, is going to class, and has a book. 

* Ex. 11a. Review: Être, Aller, Avoir

Exercise 11.b Complete the sentences with the correct form of avoir, and then write the English equivalent of each sentence.

* Exercice 11b. Dans mon université

Exercise 11c.  Put the correct form of avoir in the blanks, and write the English equivalent of the sentences. 

* Exercice 11c. Qu'est-ce que tu as?

12.   Expressing Likes and Dislikes: The Verb aimer + Infinitive

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Exercise 12a.  Complete the little dialogues with the correct form of the verb aimer.  Then tell me what it all means.

* Exercise 12a. Préférences et activités favorites

Exercise 12 b.  Replace the blanks with the correct form of the verb aimer.  Then how about some English equivalents.

* Exercise 12b. Le dimanche matin

Exercise 12c.  Write the French equivalent of the English sentences.  Use the formal in each case.

* Exercise 12c. Passe-temps préférés

13. La Famille

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Exercise 13.  Write the French equivalent of the English family vocabulary.

* Ex. 13. La famille

14. Expressing Relationships: Possessive Adjectives

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Exercise 14a.  Complete the sentences with the appropriate possessive adjective: mon, ma, mes: ton, ta, tes; son, sa, ses.  Write the English equivalents of the French sentences. 

* Exercise 14a. -- En famille

Exercise 14b.  Complete the sentences with the appropriate possessive adjective: notre, nos; votre, vos; leur, leurs.  Write the English equivalents of the French sentences. 

* Exercise 14b. Dans la classe de français.

Exercise 14c. Write the English equivalent of the original sentence, and then change the possessive adjectives. My will become her, and our will become their.  You don't have to write the entire sentence, just the possessive adjective and its noun.  

* Exercise 14c. -- Une nouvelle amie

15. Talking About Activities and Weather: The Verb faire

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Exercise 15a.  Write the French equivalent of the weather expressions.

* 15a. Weather Expressions

Exercise 15b.  Complete Marie Christine's statement with the correct form of the verb faire.  Then write the English equivalent of the French.

* Exercise 15b. -- Nos vacances d'été

Review pages including days and months.

Review. Write the French equivalent of the English.

Review. Write the English equivalent of the French.

You don't need to submit this review work since these two review pages serve as answer sheets for each other.