À votre tour! Intermediate French (2nd Edition) by Jean-Paul Valette, Rebecca M. Valette

By Jean-Paul Valette, Rebecca M. Valette

The most goal of À votre travel! is to convey readers to a degree the place they could very easily show themselves on quite a few French and francophone subject matters. fending off the over the top rigor of such a lot intermediate texts, À votre travel! immerses readers in real language and cultural contexts to accomplish 3 key goals: to construct and strengthen oral and written conversation talents, to increase analyzing abilities and cultural understanding, and to forge a robust linguistic base.

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Me Durand Roland L. Me Durand 30 Maître Durand a pris une grande enveloppe dans laquelle il y avait les trois bagues. Il les a mises sur une table et il a continué . . Voilà les trois bagues. Comme vous pouvez voir, ces bagues Me Durand Roland L. 35 Larivière. Il est mort le 12 décembre dernier au Mexique dans la ville de Cuernavaca où il habitait depuis son départ de France, il y a quinze ans. Il n’avait pas d’enfants. Vous êtes, par conséquent, ses héritiers. Qu’est-ce qu’il nous a laissé? Il vous a laissé trois bagues.

Ils dormaient. • Ils jouaient avec le chat. • Ils mangeaient la nourriture du chat. p. R5 p. 13 ➞ You will learn more about the use of the imperfect in Unit 3. 2 Dialogue ▼ Avec votre partenaire, composez et jouez l’un des dialogues suivants. — — — — — — Où étais-tu hier soir? J’étais dans ma chambre. Qu’est-ce que tu faisais? Je lisais un livre. Et qu’est-ce que tu as fait après? J’ai fini mes devoirs. 1. • cet après-midi • au café • attendre un copain • aller au ciné 3. • samedi matin • au centre commercial • faire du shopping • ??

Avec un(e) partenaire, choisissez une des illustrations et décrivez-la ensemble. Faites trois ou quatre phrases et utilisez votre imagination. Où sont allées les personnes? Qu’est-ce qu’elles ont fait? Paul et Robert Caroline Juliette Cécile et Sophie Monsieur Ramirez Thomas Alice et Julien Olivier Rappel 5 15 Rappel 1 6 Qu’est-ce qui se passe? Plus de peur que de mal En général, Monsieur Léveillé dort très bien, mais la nuit dernière, il n’a pas bien dormi. Expliquez pourquoi. Avec votre partenaire, décrivez l’histoire en répondant aux questions correspondant à chaque illustration.

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