DF Blanc Unité 5

DF Blanc Unité 5 – Vive le Sport!

Leçon 17: Le sport, c’est la santé!

Quia games/activities

 Les sports individuels (vocabulaire A) (matching)

 Les sports individuels (hangman)

 Toute la leçon – Jeopardy!

 Toute la leçon (les sports, le corps, la santé)- Rags to Riches!

 Le corps (vocabulaire B) (matching/concentration/flashcards)

 

francais anglais
plier to bend
lever to raise
le corps body
la tête head
la figure face
l’épaule (f.) shoulder
le dos back
la jambe leg
un doigt finger
la main hand
le bras arm
le coeur heart
le ventre stomach
l’estomac (m.) stomach
le genou knee
le pied foot
les cheveux (m.) hair
une oreille ear
le cou neck
un oeil eye
les yeux eyes
le nez nose
la bouche mouth
une dent tooth
en forme in shape
en bonne santé in good health
Je me sens bien I feel well
mieux better
Qu’est-ce que tu as? What’s wrong?
malade sick
faitgué tired
la grippe flu
un rhume cold
Où est-ce que tu as mal? Where does it hurt?
avoir mal à to hurt

Leçon 18: Un vrai sportif

Here is a link to more information and practice with the pronouns “y” and “en”

Jeopardy style game to practice “y” and “en”

The partitive and the pronoun “en”

Hangman practicing opinions, y, en, etc

Opinions

je trouve que, je pense que, je crois que, à mon avis, etc…

 CROIRE – to believe

je crois Je crois que le jogging est bon pour la sante  I believe that jogging is good for your health  
tu crois  Tu crois en Dieu.  You believe in God.  
il croit  Il croit les mensonges.  He believes the lies.  
nous croyons  Nous croyons nos parents.  We believe our parents.    
vous croyez  Vous croyez à votre pays.  You believe in your country.    
ils croient

Ils ne me croient pas  – They don’t believe me.

All about croire

Leçon 19: Jérôme se lève?

This lesson deals with reflexive verbs and associated vocabulary (such as soap, brush, hair, etc.). You need to know how to conjugate them in the present tense, in the affirmative and negative, and in the imperative (command form). 

français anglais
se réveiller to wake up
se lever to get up
se laver la figure to wash one’s face
se laver les cheveux to wash one’s hair
se laver les mains to wash one’s hands
se promener to go for a walk
se reposer to rest
se brosser les dents to wash one’s teeth
se brosser les cheveux to wash one’s hair
se raser to shave
un rasoir a razor
une brosse à dents a toothbrush
du shampooing shampoo
du savon soap
se coucher to go to bed
s’endormir to go to sleep
du rouge à lèvres lipstick
se maquiller to put on makeup
une brosse à cheveux a hairbrush
du dentifrice toothpaste

Battleship!

Concentration, matching, with reflexive verbs and related vocab.

Reflexive verbs in the present tense practice

“Taking care of yourself” reflexive verb reflexive pronoun practice (you may not know all of the verbs)

Leçon 20: J’ai voulu me dépêcher

This lesson deals with reflexive verbs in the past tense. There are some new verbs introduced, and of course, you must know how to conjugate/form sentences in the negative as well. This lesson also talks about the infinitive of reflexive verbs (ie Je vais me brosser les dents, Nous allons nous dépêcher)

Quia
Rags to Riches game

Battleship

Jeopardy-style game- reflexive verbs in all tenses

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