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Brrrrr …in French Post #2

Below are two additional pieces to the Brrr story from Carol H.  The first is a quick Oui /Non reading/assessment piece.  The second is work with the verb mettre.  (Thanks to Martina Bex for this idea!)

Oui/Non

Brrr Story, Period 7, le 31 janvier 2013

1.  Rachel avait froid parce qu’il faisait très froid dehors. (oui)

2.  Il y avait un garçon qui s’appelait Ish Kabibble et il avait froid aussi. (non)

3.  Rachel avait froid mardi le vingt-cinq décembre. (non)

4.  Rachel a dit à Ish Kabibble : « J’ai froid. »  (oui)

5. Ish Kabibble lui a donné des chaussures. (non)

6. Rachel avait toujours froid. (oui)

7. Ish Kabibble lui a donné une veste polaire noire. (oui)

8. Rachel a mis la veste polaire noire sur sa tête. (non)

9. Ish Kabibble lui a donné un mochaccino. (oui)

10. Rachel l’a mis sur ses mains et elle n’avait plus froid. (oui)

Mettre

Nom________________ C’est le_____________________________ #______

What does this mean?  « Le garçon met des gants quand il fait froid dehors. »

______________________________________________________________

The word « met » comes from the word “mettre” which means to put, place, or put on i.e. an article of clothing.

Mettre  la table – to set the table.

Pourquoi mets-tu les livres sur le plancher? Why do you put the books on the floor?

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a. If “met” means, he, she, or it puts, puts on…, how would you say “I put (on)?

______________________________________

b. How would you say “you put (on)” to one friend?_________________________

c. How would you say “we put (on)”?____________________________________

d. How would you say “all of you put (on)”?_______________________________

e. How would you say “They put (on)”?_________________________________

Please write sentence (min 5 words) using each of the five forms in the corresponding spaces below.

a.
b.
c.d. 
e.

Other words in the mettre family are:

Admettre = to admit

Permettre = to permit

Promettre = to promise

 

 

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