French Essay

1424 words - 6 pages

Cours 4

Qu’est-ce que vous faites ce weekend ?
Je regarde un concert à Paris
Ce weekend je sors à Paris avec mes amis
Sortir : to exit/ to go out = je sors
Je fais la même chose que Giampaolo
Je sors à Paris au restaurant et je rentre
Rentrer : return home= je rentre
Ce weekend je vais à Amsterdam
Aller : to go = je vais
Je fais les courses
Faire les courses : grocery shopping
Je vais au château de Versailles
Je voyage à Amstersam
Voyager : to travel
Travailler : to work

Faire le ménage : to clean
Je fais le ménage dans ma chambre

Present tense
1 regular verbs ER | 2 IRREGULAR VERBS |
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We speak English
Nous parlons anglais
On parle anglais
2. You’re working in Paris
Tu travailles à Paris
Vous travaillez à Paris
3. They eat dinner at 8 pm
Ils dînent à 8 heures
Ells dînent à 8 heures
4. She’s travelling in Europ
Elle voyage en Europe

5. You like to dance
Tu aimes danser
Vous aimez danser
6. He loves Paris
Il aime Paris
7. You ‘re eating lunch at noon
Vous déjeunez à midi
Tu déjeunes à midi
8. He pays cash
Il paie en espèces
9. They prefer Paris
Ils préfèrent Paris
Ells préfèrent Paris
10. I stay home
Je reste à la maison
11. I ‘m studying French
J’étudie le français

1 Ecoutez et complétez /10

| nom | prénom | nationalité | profession | adresse | Situation de famille |
1 | X | X | | X | X | |
2 | X | X | X | X | | |
3 | | X | X | | X | X |
4 | | | | | | |
5 | X | X | X | | X | |

1 Je m’appelle Paola Costa, je suis médecin
J’habite à Rome mais je ne suis pas italienne
2 Je me présente, je m’appelle Igor Komarov, je suis russe, je suis ingénieur en aéronautique
3 Vous connaissez Ali ? Il est saoudien. Il est marié avec une jeune française et ils habitent à Lyon
4 Je m’appelle Roberto Da Silva. Je suis portugais mais j’habite à Berlin

2 Lisez et complétez /10
Pierre Dupuis a 28 ans. Il habite en France, dans une maison à Cergy, à côté de Paris, 12 rue des fleurs.
Il est divorcé et il a un petit garçon de 2 ans qui s’appelle Pierre. Pierre habite avec sa mère pendant la semaine et avec son père le weekend.
Après des études de commerce, il travaille dans une grande entreprise internationale, chez Coca-Cola France. Il travaille sur des projets internationaux de développement de la marque.
Son ex-femme est ingénieure. Elle travaille chez Renault au département des véhicules électriques.
Il parle chinois, anglais et français. Il voudrait travailler dans un pays étranger, de préférence aux Etats-Unis mais c’est difficile à cause de sa situation familiale.
Il aime faire du sport et jouer aux jeux vidéo. Il déteste la lecture et l’opéra.
Le weekend, il adore aller se promener avec son petit garçon.

1. Nom :DUPUIS

2. Prénom : PIERRE

3. Age : 28 ANS

4. Situation de famille : divorcé/ 1 petit garçon

5. Adresse :
12 rue des fleurs
Cergy, France
6. Profession :
Homme d’affaires
7. Entreprise :

8. Profession de sa femme : ingénieure
9. Langues :
Chinois, anglais, français
10. Loisirs :
Sport/jeux vidéo/ se promener avec son petit garçon

Vocabulaire :Une maison : houseA côté de : nearUn garçon : a boy – sonUne fille : daughter- girlQui : whoAvec: withPendant la semaine: Pendant : duringLa semaine : weekHis : son, saHer : son, saSon pèreSa mèreAprès : afterDes études : studiesLe commerce : businessChez : forSur : onUn projetUn développementLa marque :...

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