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Section 3: France

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Section 3: France
French = français
Bienvenue en France
Welcome to France
Paris, France
Germany & France
share a border.
A flight from Berlin, Germany to
Paris, France is about 2 hours.
A flight from Chicago to
Paris, France is about
8 hours.
Eiffel Tower
Paris, France
Welcome to Paris, the Capital of France
What do you
know about
Paris is famous around the world,
here are some reasons why:
The Eiffel Tower
The Palaces of Versailles
The Arc of Triumph
The Louvre Art Museum

The cathedral
of Notre Dame
Parissienne Fashion

French Cuisine


Greetings in French
Good Morning
& Good Day
"bon joor"
"bon swa"
Good Evening
Titles: Mister, Missus, Miss




Time for Stretching
1 un
2 deux
3 trois
4 quatre
5 cinq
6 six
7 sept
8 huit
9 neuf
10 dix
Originally a French word to describe
feelings of boredom & disinterest in the world
"Henri suffers from Ennui"
= Good Bye
"Oh re vwa"
Au Revoir
Bonne nuit
Good Night
Hi, nice to meet you
Salut, Enchanté
"salut, en-shan-tay"
Comment ça va?
How are you?
"common say va?"
Je suis bon.
I'm good.
Stromae - Papaoutai
"Papa, where are you?"
What's your name ?
French Day 3
Comment t'appelles tu?
"Common te-pell to?"
Je m’appelle ...
(My name is . . .)
"Je ma-pell"
"Parlay voo Fransei?"
"We. Je parle Fransei."
Yes. I speak French.
No. I speak English
Je parle anglais.
"Non. Je parle Unglay"
Do you speak French?
Conversation (Part Un)
Good day! How are you?
I'm so-so, and you?
I'm doing good. My name is _______ .
What's your name?
My name is ______. Nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you.
A bientot
= See you again!
Next >>>
(Part Deux)
Do you speak French?
Yes, I speak French. Do you speak French?
No, I speak English... Oh, excuse me.
Good bye!
See you again!
This conversation will be your Oral Exam in French.
The Oral Exam will be on days 5 & 6, so practice!
Two Options
Option 1

You will say the
parts highlighted
in green.

I will reply with
the normal text.
Option 2

You will say the
parts highlighted
in green.

A partner will reply
with the normal text.
Woodkid - Run Boy Run
Day 5 - Polite words
S'il vous plaît
“Sil vu play”
"Mercy Boku"
De rien!
Thank You
(Very Much)
Both Cinderella (Cendrillon) &
Beauty & the Beast (La belle et la bête)
are originally fairy tales from France.
The original Beauty and the Beast was written
by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont (1757)
The Disney film was made in 1991
A live-action movie was made in France in 2014
French Day 5
Do you know
the song
It's a children's
song that was
originally from France, but was brought back to
the U.S. by soldiers during World War I.
But did you know it's a song about plucking off the feathers of a bird called a 'lark'?
According to Wikipedia:
The lark (l'alouette) is the bird of the morning, and that it is the first bird to sing in the morning forcing people to have to wake up.
In French songs, the lark also
has the reputation of being
a gossip, a know-it-all,
and cannot be relied on
to carry a message.
And people don't like being woken up too early...
Have you ever
seen this symbol?
It's called a "Fleur de lis".
(Flower of the Lily)
There are many
They can be found in many places.
This is the flag of Quebec, Canada.
Canada has 'Provinces' instead
of states like the U.S.

Quebec is one of the
eastern provinces in Canada.
95% of people from Quebec
speak French as either their
first or second language.
Did you know?
French Idioms
(French phrases found in English)
1. C’est la Vie
2. Soup du jour
3. Eau de Toilette
4. Coup d’etat
5. L’espirit de l‘escalier
6. Rendezvous
7. Deja vu
8. Réservation s'il vous plaît (RSVP)
Fancy people use fancy words.
Like in CANADA...
United States of America
Et toi?
"et twa"
French is a "Romance" language.
But that's different from being a "romantic" language.
A "Romance" language is a language based on the type of Latin that Romans used to speak.
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