Unité 6

Bonjour, Bonjour,

Unité 6, les fêtes

Flash cards du vocabulaire Unité 6

Le vendredi 3 février

Leçon 6A Vocabulaire et prononciation p222-223
Lecture p.228


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Le lundi 6 février

Leçon 6A adjectifs démonstratifs p.231
passé composé avec le verbe avoir p.232

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Le mercredi 8 février

Leçon 6A : passé composé avec avoir p.234-235
Lecture p229 et zapping p.239

 CHANGRAM Le passé composé


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  • Tu as écouté mon CD
    Mat a fait ses devoirs
    Elles ont couru dans le parc
    Tu as parlé aux profs
    Il a appris les verbes irréguliers
    Elles ont été à la piscine
    Vous avez emmené Yassim au cinéma
    Tu as eu le temps d’étudier

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Le vendredi 10 février

Quiz Vocab complet p.227; 245; 230; 248, 246.

  1. dictée : 8 mots = (4 points)
  2. Écrire une phrase au passé composé à partir de 4 mots : 3 questions = (6 points)
    I give you 4 words orally, you build the first sentence positive, the second one négative, the third one you make a question.
    1) Oralement, la prof dit : tu – faire – snowboard – montagne
    réponse positive : oui, je fais du snowboard à la montagne
    2) Oralement, la prof dit : nous – jouer – échecs – restaurant
    réponse négative : non, nous ne jouons pas aux échecs au restaurant.
    3) Oralement, la prof dit : vous – manger – poisson – été
    réponse interrogative : est-ce que vous mangez du poisson l’été ?
    ou mangez-vous du poisson l’été ?
  3. translate 2 sentences from English to French. (4 points)
    Did you party Saturday with your friends ?
    As-tu fait la fête samedi avec tes amis ?
    You had dinner at the restaurant for your birthday.
    Tu as diné au restaurant pour ton anniversaire.
  4. Talk about yourself (6 points)
    Parlez de vous en utilisant le vocabulaire de l’unité. Écrivez 24 mots.

Lecture p.246


Le lundi 13 février

Leçon 6B : complément d’objet p.248
Objet indirect p.249

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Le mercredi 15 février

Leçon 6B: Révision du complément d’objet indirect
verbes en -re p.252-253

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Le vendredi 17 février

Révisions pour l’examen.p.238-256



  • France is the world’s most popular tourist destination – some 83.7 million visitors arrived in France, according to the World Tourism Organisation report published in 2014, making it the world’s most-visited country.
  • France is the largest country in the EU, and known as ‘the hexagon’ – with an area of 551,000 sq km it’s almost a fifth of the EU’s total area, and due to its six-sided shape France is sometimes referred to as l’hexagone. About a quarter is covered by forest; only Sweden and Finland have more.
  • Liberté, égalitié, fraternité meaning ‘liberty, equality and fraternity’ (or brotherhood) is the national motto of France – it first appeared around the time of the Revolution (1789–1799), and was written into the constitutions of 1946 and 1958. Today you’ll see it on coins, postage stamps and government logos often alongside ‘Marianne’ who symbolises the ‘triumph of the Republic’. The legal system in France is still largely based on the principles set down in Napoleon Bonaparte’s Code Civil after the revolution, in the 1800s.
  • The French Army was the first to use camouflage in 1915 (World War I) – the word camouflage came from the French verb ‘to make up for the stage’. Guns and vehicles were painted by artists called camofleurs.
  • In France you can marry a dead person – under French law, in exceptional cases you can marry posthumously, as long as  you can also prove that the deceased had the intention of marrying while alive and you receive permission from the French president.
  • The French have produced a number of world-renown inventions: the ‘father of canning’ confectioner Nicolas Appert came up with the idea to use sealed glass jars placed in boiling water to preserve food in 1809, and the later use of tin cans was the idea of another Frenchman, Pierre Durand; the reading and writing system for the blind, braille, was developed by Louis Braille who was blinded as a child; physician René Laennec invented the stethoscope at a hospital in Paris in 1816, first discovered by rolling up paper into a tube; and Alexandre-Ferdinand Godefroy patented a contraption was the world’s first hair dryer in 1888. The Montgolfier brothers Joseph and Etienne became pioneers of hot air flight after the world’s first public display of an untethered hot air balloon in 1783. A less known fact is that the popular game Etch-a-Sketch was invented in the 1950s after French electrical technician André Cassagnes peeled a translucent transfer from a light switch plate and discovered his pencil marks remained on its underside, a result of the electrostatically charged metallic powder.
  • France was the first country in the world to ban supermarkets from throwing away or destroying unsold food – since February 2016, shops must donate wastage to food banks or charities.
  • About one million French people living near the border with Italy speak Italian – although French is the official language and the first language of 88 percent of the population, there are various indigenous regional dialects and languages, such as Alsacian, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Occitan and Flemish. On a larger scale, French is the second most spoken mother tongue in Europe, after German and before English, and is predicted to become number one by 2025 due to the country’s high birth rate.
  • The Académie Française has aimed to preserve the French language since 1634 – by attempting to ban, somewhat unsuccessfully, foreign words such as blog, hashtag, parking, email and weekend. It was started by a small group of French intellects and officially recognised by Louis XIII in 1635.


Le lundi 20 février


  1. Compréhension orale 15 %
  2. Vocabulaire in context 15%
  3. Grammar in Context 30%
  4. Compréhension écrite 10%
  5. Culture 15%
  6. Rédaction 15%

À moi, à toi, à lui, à elle, à nous,                 à vous, à elles, à eux (8pts)

Dictée (écrivez ce que vous entendez) (7pts)


Utilisez le vocabulaire dicté pour écrire une phrase au passé composé (12 points)


Faire une phrase affirmative, exemple : tu as chanté des chansons mercredi (4pts)


  • __tu____   / __conduire___   / __voiture___   / _vert__   /


——tu as conduit ma/la/cette voiture verte—–(par exemple)—

Faire une phrase négative, exemple : tu n’as pas chanté de chanson mercredi (4pts)

  • ____nous__   / _attendre__   / ___train__   / __soir___   /


——nous n’avaons pas attendu le train ce soir————–

Faire une phrase interrogative, exemple : as-tu chanté une chanson mercredi ? (4pts)

  • __vous_   / __envoyer_à_   / _cadeau__   / ___ami_   /


—–avez-vous envoyé un cadeau à ces amies (par exemple)———-


  • Utilisez le vocabulaire (14 pts) (attention aux accords, participe passés…)


  • Choisissez le bon démonstratif (ce, ces, cet, cette) (4pts)


  • Reformulez la phrase en remplaçant le terme souligné (10 pts)

J’ai offert la pomme à Véronique……………je la lui ai offert………………………….

Tu as mangé du gateau………….tu en as mangé……………………..

J’ai écouté la prof……………je l’ai écoutée……………………………

J’ai parlé aux étudiants…………….je leur ai parlé…………………………

  • Traduisez de l’anglais au français (10 pts)
  1. Culture (10pts)


  1. Lecture: Read the conversation below and answer the following questions in complete sentences en français using the passé composé. (10 pts)



  1. Rédaction (15 pts)

Écrire 9-10 phrases au passé composé.










Slides made with Sarah Rose Taylor, CofC


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