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Micro Teaching Lesson #1

Introduction to French nouns
by

Allison Lawrence

on 25 February 2013

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Transcript of Micro Teaching Lesson #1

Mot du jour: "Bonsoir" Madame Gender:
-Masculine v. Feminine
-Every noun has one (unlike in English)
-le, la, l', les Qui veut manger?
(Who wants to eat?) http://www.digitaldialects.com/French/Food.htm Gender Patterns? Notice Anything? - Often, nouns ending in "E" are feminine
-Many exceptions to the rule- like today's nouns!
-Must memorize (learn gender is part of the noun) Bienvenue à Lyon! http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/french/mafrance/html/cooking/video_player_a.shtml Questions? April 2012. All Rights Reserved. Cindy Crane and Allison Lawrence. All images, and websites were used under fair use for educational purposes. All used for non-commercial purposes. 1. The
2. Cat
3. Ran
4. Away Which pair indicates gender?
1. masculine-feminine
2. tall-short
3. one-several
4. green-red le fromage le drapeau français
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