Traduisez en français.
1. They want to eat some fries.
2. He is eating a plain omelette.
3. They go often to the restaurant.
4. Check, please!
We discussed conjugation and aspects of language change. We made comparisons between English and French and made connections between languages and with history.
We read and listened to the dialogue on p. 170. We also discussed it and the two different cultures of tipping in the US and France. It is important to remember this information about cultural differences.
We read pp. 172-173 in pairs or individually and responded to the questions in part A and B on p. 173. We turned these in. For part A we wrote VRAI or FAUX and for the FAUX sentences we rewrote them to make them VRAI. For part B, we tried to write in French if possible, but English was ok.
We completed filling in the lyrics together for the song for this week.