By Jean-Paul Valette, Rebecca M. Valette
The most aim of À votre travel! is to convey readers to a degree the place they could with ease convey themselves on numerous French and francophone themes. averting the over the top rigor of such a lot intermediate texts, À votre journey! immerses readers in real language and cultural contexts to accomplish 3 key ambitions: to construct and toughen oral and written conversation talents, to advance analyzing talents and cultural knowledge, and to forge a robust linguistic base.
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Extra resources for À votre tour! Intermediate French (2nd Edition)
Le/la ➞ l’ before a vowel sound Nous écoutons le CD. Nous l’écoutons. Je téléphone à Marc. Tu parles à Claire. J’écris à mes amis. Pratique ▼ Je regarde Marc. Tu connais Claire. J’invite mes amis. lui / leur p. R8-R9 p. 17 Relations personnelles Revision ▼ 1 Demandez à votre partenaire de décrire ses relations avec l’une des personnes indiquées. Pratique ▼ Voir (to see), écrire (to write) Tu as une cousine? Oui, bien sûr. Tu la vois souvent? Oui, je la vois de temps en temps. — Tu lui écris? — Non, je ne lui écris jamais.
Where he/she was • what he/she was doing • what his/her family was doing. You are phoning your French friend Valérie. Her brother/sister answers the phone and says that Valérie is not at home. Ask Valérie’s brother/sister . . • what time Valérie left • where she went • when she is coming back home. 8 4 Your friend came back from spring vacation with a tan and looks great. Ask your friend . . • where he/she went • what he/she did there • when he/she came back. You and your friend are talking about your childhood — when you were eight years old.
To refer to people previously mentioned, use: le / la / les Je le regarde. Tu la connais. Je les invite. Je lui téléphone. Tu lui parles. Je leur écris. Les compléments d’objet direct et indirect Revision ▼ • le/la/les may also refer to things. Je regarde la photo. Je la regarde. • le/la ➞ l’ before a vowel sound Nous écoutons le CD. Nous l’écoutons. Je téléphone à Marc. Tu parles à Claire. J’écris à mes amis. Pratique ▼ Je regarde Marc. Tu connais Claire. J’invite mes amis. lui / leur p. R8-R9 p.
À votre tour! Intermediate French (2nd Edition) by Jean-Paul Valette, Rebecca M. Valette