"To Meet Up" In French: Rencontrer Versus Retrouver, Se Réunir, Faire la Connaissance... Using the verb 'To Meet' is easy enough in English, but it is not so in French: we use several verbs such as "(se) rencontrer", "retrouver", "réunir", "rejoindre"... and they are not interchangeable. Let's study the differences. 1. Rencontrer = to Run into by Chance, or to Meet for the First Time in French Learn French with French Children's Stories - The French Experiment Some well-known children's stories translated into French and spoken by a native French speaker. Great for kids... and adults too! Read along in French or English. Les Trois Petits Cochons
Authentic French with Commercials & Films Watch & read and a few cloze exercises for Francophone commercials and film trailers are available for videos hosted on Youtube. Transcripts and some cloze exercises are also available for film clips; however, most of the clips are not available online so the DVDs will be necessary. National and regional flags indicate the main accent(s) heard in each video, which may also include metropolitan French accents. Currently the various accents include those of France, Picardy, Tahiti, Canada, Quebec, New Brunswick, Louisiana, Belgium, Switzerland and Senegal. Don't forget to check out the sister site, French Listening Resources, for more authentic (and spontaneous) French and online exercises with mp3s and videos recorded in France.
French courses for teens in France : CIEL Brittany school You teach French at secondary school level and you would like to take your students (13 to 18 years old) on a language learning trip, CIEL Bretagne offers courses tailored to your requirements, no matter what time of year it is: Intensive closed group French courses Cultural activities and sports (Celtic festivals, theatre, cinema, sailing, highwire adventure, bowling, etc.) Outings to explore the beauty of Brittany (the Aber coastline, Mont Saint-Michel, Quimper, the capital of Cornouaille, etc.) Accommodation with carefully selected families
Build a Touchless 3D Tracking Interface with Everyday Materials Combine low-tech materials with some high-tech components and build a completely Touchless 3D Tracking Interface. Explore capacitive sensing by using several panels of cardboard lined with aluminum foil. These panels, when charged, create electric fields that correspond to X, Y, and Z axes to create a 3D cube. How to Make, Accept and Refuse an Invitation in French Making or refusing an invitation is always tricky: finding the right words in French to do so with tact is essential. Furthermore, the grammatical constructions, verbs and tenses don't always match between French and English. So you need to train a lot on this concept so the French way becomes natural to you... To make, accept or refuse and invitation in French, we use mostly 3 irregular verbs : vouloir (want), pouvoir (can) and devoir (must). Vouloir: je veux, tu veux, il veut, nous voulons, vous voulez, ils veulent (don’t say the ent but do say the L).Pouvoir: je peux, tu peux, il peut, nous pouvons, vous pouvez, ils peuvent (don’t say the ent but say the V).Devoir: je dois, tu dois, il doit, nous devons, vous devez, ils doivent (don’t say the ent, but do say the V).
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Introduction - French listening exercises This modern languages resource has 10 recordings of French speech, describing the everyday lives of French teenagers. The recordings are accompanied by transcripts in French so learners can check their understanding. Listening exercise one - Thomas and Pierre Thomas and his friend Pierre go into town to get something to eat and do some shopping. Afterwards, they listen to music at Pierre's house. Lingua Production - books and multimedia applications Information Available from the 21st November 2013 For learners of French and the many travellers fascinated by France and French life, this is an original new collection of pocket-sized guides. The Ontario Curriculum Unit Planner (OCUP) The following resources were previously posted on the Ontario Curriculum Unit Planner (OCUP) website (e.g., grade-by-grade elementary expectations, Teacher Companion files, etc.). Assessment & Evaluation Symposium Keynote: Dr. Douglas Reeves (Excerpt) On January 8, 2008, Dr.