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1. They are talking about Isabelle’s family
2. Isabelle has one little brother called, Alexandre.
3. Isabelle has three cousins.
4. She mentions her parents, grandparents, brother, aunts and uncles.
5 .She loves them, and she is proud of her family, because she can explain about each one of them.
1. Julie is 8 years old.
2. She has brown hair.
3. They live in Bretagne.
4. She loves animals.
5. She is the only child.
1. Je peux
2. Ce sont, C’est
3. Elle est adorable, Elle est trés intelligence
4. Ils sont heaurex
5.Ille/Elle a… ans
6. Il est parfois pénible
I do not know really anyone with a family like Isabelle’s, since mine is very different. My family does not have many members, and I do not meet with my cousins or aunts and uncles too much.
1. What is the relationship between the teenagers in Qu’est-ce qu’on prend?
2. Where are they at the beginning of the story?
They’re at Chloé’s house.
3.Where do they decide to go?
4. Who has trouble deciding what to order?
5. What is the problem at the end of the story?
Chloé can’t find her wallet.
True or False?
1. Cécile commande une menthe à l’eau.
2. Thomas demande l’addition.
3. Chloé invite Sébastien à aller au café.
4. Chloé ne retrouve pas son argent.
5. Le serveur dit «Bon appétit!».
6. Chloé commande un jus d’orange.
Match it Up
1. On va au café? – c. Désolé. J’ai des devoirs à faire.
2. Qu’est-ce que vous prenez? - Je vais prendre une menthe à l’eau.
3. C’est combien, les coupes Melba? – d. Trois trente-cinq.
4. Qu’est-ce que vous avez comme jus de fruit? – a. Nous avons du jus d’orange, du jus de pomme…
What do the students say to…
1. Give an excuse for someone?
Sébastien ne peut pas venir avec nous. Il a des devoirs à faire.
2. Ask if someone’s ready to order?
Vous avez choisi?
3. Order food?
Apportez-moi … s’il vous plaît.
4. Ask what kind of fruit juice the restaurant serves?
Qu’est-ce que vous avez comme jus de fruit?
5. Ask how much something costs?
C’est combien, …
6. Ask for the check?
Monsieur! L’addition, s’il vous plaît.
n our first Frech class, we started to talk about the ten IB learner profiles. We broke up into groups, and we tried to match up the french IB learner profiles with the english ones we learn in class. After matching up the words, we discussed on how we could act like them and how to act like those words in class.
I think I can be a communicator in French class by speaking in Frech as much as I can with my classmates. Even thought I am not good at Frech, I will try to improve my french by speaking the language. I will also try to be a communicator by speaking out more.
I can try to be a risk taker by taking risks and not being afraid to be wrong. Even if I don’t know the answer, I could try to take a guess. I think being a risk taker is important, so I will try to take more risks to know more things in Frech.
3. Ouvert D’esprit
I will try to be open minded, and to think of others. I can be open minded by trying not to laugh or point out other peoples mistakes, and trying to laugh with the person if she or he points it out by himself.
To be balanced in Frech class, I can keep a balance of speaking in Frech and English.
I will try to act as an inquirer, by asking lots of questions during class, and asking other people as well. I think by being an inquirer, I will learn new things and become better at french.