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Lecon – 1

1. Masculine

Serial number French English


1. Un home A man
2. Un garçon A boy
3. Un livre A book
4. Un stylo A pen
5. Un cahier A note book
6. Un crayon A pencil
7. Un banc A bench

2. Feminin

Serial number French English


1. Une femme A lady
2. Une fille A girl
3. Une serviette A office beg
4. Une gomme A eraser
5. Une règle A ruler
6. Une table A table
7. Une chaise A chair

3. Questionnaire
I. Qu’est-ce que c’est ? -- c’est un livre
II. Qu’est-ce que c’est? – c’est une serviette
III. Est-ce un banc? – oui, c’est un banc.
IV. Est-ce un banc? – non, ce n’est pas un banc, c’est une table.

4. Translation of questionnaire
I. What is it? – it is a book
II. What is it? – it is a office beg
III. Is this a bench? – yes, this is a bench
IV. Is this a bench? – no, this is not a bench, this is a table

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Lecon -2

1. Grammaire [grammar]
Un, une : singulier {a: singular}
Des : pluriel [the: plural]

Pluriel = singulier + s
Note – S ne se pronounce pas {s prefer not to say]
2. Numbers 1-10 in French
I. Zèro [0]
II. Un [1]
III. Deux [2]
IV. Trious [3]
V. Quatre [4]
VI. Cinq [5]
VII. Six [6]
VIII. Sept [7]
IX. Huit [8]
X. Neuf [9]
XI. Dix [10]

3. Masculine things in French

French English
Un Mouchoir A handkerchief
Un sac A ladies beg
Un gant A glove
Un plancher A floor
Un plafond A ceiing
Un calendrier A calendar
Un mur A wall

4. Faminin

French English
Une cravate A tie
Une horloge A clock
Une une fenetre A window
Une lampe A lamp
Une montre A wrist watch
Une clé A key
Une porte A door

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5. Questionnaire
I. Est-ce un livre? – oui, c’est un livre
II. Est-ce que c’est un livre? – oui, c’est un livre
III. Est – ce que ce sont des livres? Oui, ce sont des livres
IV. Est-ce que ce sont des cahiers? – non, ce ne sont pas des cahiers, ce sont des
livres
6. Translation of questionnaire
I. Is this a book? – yes, it is a book
II. Does it is a book? – yes, it is a book
III. Does they are books? – yes, they are books
IV. Does they are note books? – no, they are not notebooks, they are books

Lecon 3

1. Grammaire
Singulier – le[for male]/ la [for female] –> The
Pluriel – les  The
2. Mot sens {word meaning}
i. Voici = here is/are
ii. Maintenant = now
iii. Sur = On
iv. O û = where
v. Dans = inside/in
vi. Il = he/it
vii. Elle = she/it
viii. Sous = under
ix. Derrière = behind
x. Devant = in front of
xi. Professeur = professor
xii. Ètudiant = male student
xiii. Ètudiante = female student
xiv. Classe = class
xv. Oiseau = bird
xvi. Tableau = black board
xvii. Robe = dress
xviii. Craie = chalk
xix. Couleur = color
3. General French sentence [translation]
Singuiler phrase[ singular phrase]
i. Voici un crayon [here is a pencil]
ii. Voici un livre [here is a book]
iii. Le crayon est sur le livre [the pencil is on the book]
iv. Voici une gomme [here is a eraser]
v. Voici une serviette [here is a office beg]
vi. La gomme est sur la serviette [the eraser is on the office beg]

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Pluriel phrase [plural phrase]

i. Les crayons sont sur le livre [the pencils are on the book]
ii. Les gommes sont sur la serviette [the erasers are on the office beg]
4. Questionnaire
i. Oû est le cahier? – Le cahier/i lest dans la serviette
ii. Oû est la règle? – la règ;e/ elle est sous le livre
iii. Oü est le professeur? – il est devant le tableau
iv. Oü est le tableau? – Il est derrière le professeur
5. Translation
i. Where is the note book? – the note book/ It is in the office beg
ii. Where is the ruler? – the ruler/ It is under the book
iii. Where is the professor? – he is in front of vlack board
iv. Where is the black board? It is behind the professor

Note – if there is any vowel after le or la, then we use l’ on the place of le and la,

Vowels – a,e,I,o,u,h

Lecon 4

1. Color in French
Masculin color Feminine color English
Vert Verte Green
Gris Grise Grey
Brun Brune Brown
Noir Noire Black
Bleu Bleue Blue
Rouge Rouge Red
Jaume Jaune Yellow
Rose Rose Pink
Blanc Blanche White
2. Questionnaire
i. De quelle couleur est la craie? – la craie est blanch
ii. Est-ce que; la craie est erte? Non, la craie n’est pas verte; elle est blanche
3. Translation
i. Of what color is the chalk? – the chalk is white
ii. Is chalk green? – no, the chalk is not green, it is white.

Lecon 5

1. General sentence used for height in French[translation]


i. Je suis grand [I am tall]
ii. Tu es petit [you are small]
iii. Oui, je suis petit [yes, I’am small]
iv. Monsieur, vous êtes petit [sir you are small]
v. Madame, vous êtes petite [miss you are small]
vi. Mademoiselle, cous être petite [miss you are small]
vii. Il est petit [he is small]
viii. Elle est petite [she is small]
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ix. Nous sommes petits [we are small]


x. Oui, vous êtes petits [yes you are small]
xi. Ils/elle sont petits [they are small}
2. Mot sens [word meaning]
i. Haut = high
ii. Bas = low
iii. Long = long
iv. Court = short
v. Large = large
vi. Étroit = marrow
vii. Épais = thick
viii. Mince = slim
ix. Carré = square
x. Rond = round
xi. Rectangulaore = rectangular
xii. Pointu = sharp
3. Questionnaire
i. Comment est le mur? – il est haut
ii. Coment sont les murs? – ils sont hauts
4. Translation
i. How is the wall? – it is high
ii. How are the walls? – they are high

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Lecon 6

Singulier Pluriel
Un tableau [a black board] Des teableau [bleack boards]
Un couteau [ a knife] Des cauteau [knives]
Un oiseau [a bird] Des oiseau [birds]
Un chapeau [a hat] Des chapeau [hats]
Un manteau [a coat] Des nanteau [coats]
Un bateau [a boat] Des bateau [boats]

un livre est sur la table[a book is on the table] = il y a un livre sur la table[there is a book on the
table]

Des livres sont sur la table{books are on the table] = il y a des livres sur la table [there are books
on the table]

Qu’y a-t-il sur la table? [what is on the table?] = sur la table, il y a un livre {on the table, there is
a book]

Y a-t-il un cahier sur la table?[ is there a note book on the table] – non; il n’y a pas de cahier sur
la table [no, there is not a note book on the table]

Y a-t-il des cahiers sur la table? [ are there note books on the table] – non; il n’y a pas de cahiers
sur la table {no, there are no note books on the table]

Combine de couteauc y a-t-il sur la table? [ how many knives are there on the table] – il y a
deux couteaux [ tere are two knives.

Numbers [numbers]

1. Onze [11]
2. Douze[12]
3. Treize[13]
4. Quatorze[14]
5. Quinze[15]
6. Seize[16]
7. Dix-sept[17]
8. Dix-huit[18]
9. Dix-neuf[19]
10. Vingt[20]
11. Vingt et un[21]
12. Vingt-deux[22]
13. Vingt-trios[23]
14. Trente[30]
15. Trente et un[31]
16. Trente-deux[32]
17. Quarante[40]
18. Quarante et un[41]
19. Quarante-deux[42]
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20. Cinquante[50]
21. Cinquante et un[51]
22. Cinquante-deux[52]
23. Soixante[60]
24. Soixante et un[61]
25. Soixante-deux[62]
26. Soixante-dix[70]
27. Soixante et onze [71]
28. Quatre-vingts[80]
29. Quatre-vingt-un[81]
30. Quatre-vingt-deux[82]
31. Quatre-vingt-dix[90]
32. Quatre-vingt-onze[91]
33. Quatre-vingt-douze[92]
34. Quatre-vingt-dix-neuf[99]
35. Cent[100]

Lecon 7

Je suis grand[I am large] = je ne suis pas petit [I am not small]

Tu es grand [you are large] = tu n’e pas petit [you are not small]

Vous êtes grand [you are large] = vous n’étes pas petit [you are not small]

Il est grand [he is large] = il n’est pas petit [he is not small]

Elle est grande [she is large] = elle n’est pas petite [she is not small]

Nous sommes grands [we are large] = nous ne sommes pas petits [we are not small]

Vous étes grands [you are large] = vous n’étes pas petits [ you are not small]

Ils sont grande [they are large] = ils ne sont pas petits [they are not large]

Ells sont grandes [they are large] = ells ne sont pas petites [they are not large]

Le banc est lourd [the bench is heavy] le cahier est lèger [the notebook is light]

Il est en bois [it is wooden] il est en papier [ it is paper]

En quoi est l’encrier? [what is the inkpot] – il est en verre [it is a glass]

En quoi est la clé? [what is the key] – elle est em fer [ it is a iron]

Mot sens

i. Soulier – shoe
ii. Pierre – stone
iii. Ètoffe – fabric
iv. Cuir – leather

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Voici un banc : est-il en bois? – Oui; i lest en bois [here is a bench : is, it wooden? – yes, it is
wooden]

Voici une clé : est-elle en bois? – Non; elle n’est pas en bois; elle est en fer [ here is a key : is,
it wooden? – No, it is not wooden, it is iron]

Voici des souliers : sont- Ils en cuir? – Oui; ils sont en cuir [ here is shoes: are they leather? –
Yes, they are leather]

Voici des robes : sont-elles en cuir? – non; ells ne sont pas en cuir elles sont en étoffe. [here
is dresses: are they leather? – no they are not leather, they are fabric]

Lecon – 8

Body parts in French

1. Tête – head
2. Gauche main – left hand
3. Droite bros – right arm
4. Jambe – leg
5. Peids- foot
6. Doigts – fingers
7. Cou – neck
8. Coudes – elbows
9. Genoux – knees
10. Épaules –shoulders
11. Dos – back
12. Poitrine – chest

J’ai deux mains[I have two hands] – tu as deux mains [you have two hands] – il(elle) a deux
mains [ he (she) has two hands] – nous avons deux mains [we have two hands] – vous avez
deux mains [you have two hands] – ils (ells) ont deux mains [ they have two hands]

Mot sens

1. A-t-il – does he have


2. Pattes – legs
3. Ailes – wings
4. bouche – mouth
5. bec – beak

lecon 9

l’adjectif possessif [the possessive adjective

masculine singulier

i. j’ai un chapeau [ I have a brown hat] = mon chapeau est brun [my hat is brown]
ii. tu as un chapeau noir [ you have a black hat] = ton chapeau est noir [ your heat is
black]
iii. Il a un chapeau blew [he has a blew hat] = son chapeau est bleu [his hat is blue]
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feminine singulier

i. j’ai une cravatee brune [I have a brown tie] = ma cravatee est brune [my tie is
brown]
ii. tu as une cravatee noire [ you have a black tie] = ta cravate est noire[your tie is
black]
iii. Elle a une cravatee bleue [she have a blue tie] = sa cravate est bleue [ her tie is blue]

Pluriel

i. J’ai des chapeaux bruns[ I have brown hats] = mes chapeaux sont bruns [my hats are
brown]
ii. J’ai des cravates brunes [I have brown ties] = mes cravates sont brunes [my ties are
brown]
iii. Tu as des chapeaux noirs [ you have black hats] = tes chapeaux sont noirs [ your hats
are black]
iv. Tu as des cravates noirs [you have black tie’s] = tes cravates sont noires [ your ties
are black]
v. Il a des chapeaux bleus [he has blue hats] = ses chapeaux sont bleus [his hats are
blue]
vi. Elle a des cravates blues [ she has blue ties] = ses cravates sont bleues [her ties are
blue]

The head

i. cheveux – hair
ii. front – fore head
iii. yeux – eyes
iv. sour cils – eyebrows
v. cils – eyelashes
vi. Oreilles – ears
vii. Nez – nose
viii. Bouche – mouth
ix. Lèvres – lips
x. Dents – teeth
xi. Menton – chin
xii. Joues – cheeks
xiii. Langue – tounge

Lecon 10

1. General sentence
i. Je montre ma maison [I show my house]
ii. Je montre ta maison [ I show your house]
iii. Je montre sa maison [ I show his house]
iv. Je montre notre maison [I show our house]
v. Je montre votre maison [ I show your house]
vi. Je montre leur maison [ I show her house]
2. Mot sens [word meaning]
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i. Montre – shows
ii. Montres – watches
iii. Montrons – show
iv. Montrez – show
v. Montrent – show
vi. Marche – walk
vii. Volent – fly
viii. Porte – closed
ix. Chante – sing
x. Regarde – look
xi. Ouvrir – open

Lecon 11

Questioner –

I. Quelle here est-il? [what time is it] – i lest deux heures [ it is 2’O clock]

Time in French

1. Deux heures [2’O clock]


2. Deux heures cinq [ 2 hrs 5]
3. Deux heures dix [2:10]
4. Deux heures et quart[2:15]
5. Deux heures vingt[2:20]
6. Deu heures de vingt cinq[2:25]
7. Deux heures et demie [2:30]
8. Deux heures trente cinq[2:35]
9. Deux heure quarante[2:40]
10. Deux heures trios quarts ou dix heures moins le quart [2:45]
11. Deux heures moins dix [2:50]
12. Deux heures cinquante cinq[2:55]

Lecon 12

1. Mot sens
i. Au – to
ii. Aux – to
iii. Jour – day
iv. Mois – month
v. Annèe – year
vi. Mais – of course
vii. Parle – speak
2. The days
i. Dimanche – Sunday
ii. Lundi – Monday
iii. Mardi – Tuesday
iv. Mercedi – Wednesday
v. Jeudi – Thursday
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vi. Vendredi – Friday


vii. Samendi – Saturday
viii. Hier – yesterday
ix. Aujourd’hui – today
x. Demain – tomorrow
3. The months
i. Janvier – januray
ii. Février – February
iii. Mars – march
iv. Avril – april
v. Mai – may
vi. Juin – june
vii. Août – august
viii. Septembre – September
ix. Octobre – October
x. Novembre – November
xi. Décembre – December

Lecon 13

1. The seasons
i. The spring – la printemps
ii. The summer – l’été
iii. The monsoon – le mansoon
iv. The autumn – l’automne
v. The winter – l’hiver
2. Mot sens
i. Commence – begins
ii. Feuilles – leaves
iii. Fleures – flowers
iv. Saison – season
v. Fin – end
vi. Pleut – rains
vii. Parapluie – umbrella
viii. Grossisent – grow

Lecon 14

1. General singular sentence


i. Ce crayon est long [this pencil is long]
ii. Ce crayon est court [this pencil is short]
iii. Cet oiseau vole [this bird flies]
iv. Cet oiseau ne vole pas [this bird is not flying]
v. Cette horloge est ronde [this clock is round]
vi. Cette horloge est carrée [this clock is square]
2. Questionnaire
i. Quell âge a-t-elle?[how old is she] – elle a 30 ans. [she is 30 years old]
3. Mot sens
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i. Pèse – weigh
ii. D’eau – water
iii. Pain – bread
4. The measures
i. Centimeter – centimeter
ii. Decimeter – decimeter
iii. Mètre – meter
iv. Kilometer – kilometer
v. Kilogramme – kilogram
vi. Grammes – gram
vii. Demi-kilo – half kilo
viii. Coûte – cost
ix. Centimes – cent
5. The age
i. Vieux – old
ii. Jeune – young

Lecon – 15

1. La maison [the house]


i. Toit – roof
ii. Cheminée – cheminee
iii. Grenier – small round
iv. Étages – floors.
v. Rez-de-chaussée – ground floor
vi. Cave – base
vii. Balcon – balcony
viii. Garage – garage
ix. Escalier – stairs

Lecon 16

1. Les famile [the family]


i. Le grand-père – the grand father
ii. La grand-mère – the grand mother
iii. Le père – the father
iv. Le mere – the mother
v. Le frère – the brother
vi. La sauer – the sister
vii. L’oncle – the uncle
viii. La tante – the aunt
ix. Le/la cousin – the cousin
x. Le mari – the husband
xi. La femme – the wife
xii. Le fils – the son
xiii. La file – the daughter

Lecon 17 & 18
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1. Drawing room – salon


2. Dinning – sale à manger
3. Kitchen – cuisine
4. Bed room – lit chamber
5. Bathroom – sale de bain

Lecon 19

1. The meals
i. Du thé – tea
ii. Le café – coffee
iii. Le beurre – butter
iv. L’oeuf – eggs
v. La viande – meat
vi. Le legumes – vegetables
vii. Fruits – fruits
viii. Gâtraux – cake
ix. Bière – beer

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Grammaire

1. Le verbe être
Present [de l’indicatif]
Je suis grand [I am tall ] Nous sommes grands [ we are tall]
Tu es (vous êtes) grand [you are tall ] Vous êtes grands [ you are tall ]
Il est grand [ he is tall] Ils sont grands [they are tall]
Elle est grande [she is tall] Ells sont grandes [they are tall]
2. Verbe être
Present (de indicatif)
Forme affirmative Forme négative Forme interrogative
oui Non ?
Je suis [I’am] Je ne suis pas [I’am not] Suis-je? [am i]
Tu es [you are] Tun’es pas [you are not] Es-tu? [are you]
Il est [he is] Il n’est pas [he is not] Est-il? [is he]
Elle est [she is] Elle n’est pas [she is not] Est-elle [is-she]
Nous sommes [we are] Nous ne sommes pas [we Sommes – nous? [are we]
are not]
Vous êtes [you are] Vous n’êtes pous [you are Êtes –vous? [are you]
not]
Ils sont [they are] Ils ne sont pas [they are not] Sont-ils? [are they]
Ells sont [they are] Ells ne sont pas [they are Sont-Elles? [are they]
not]
3. Verbe avoir
Present (de l’indciatif)
Forme affirmative Forme négative Form interrogative
Oui Non ?
J’ai [I have a] Je n’ai pas [I don’t have] Ai-je? [have I got]
Tu as [you have] Tu n’as pas [you don’t have] As-tu? [have you]
Il a [he has] Il n’as pas [he does not a-t-il? [does he have]
have]
Elle a [she has] Elle n’as pas [ she did not a-t-elle? [has she]
have]
Nous avons [we have] Nous n’avons pas [we don’t Avons-nous?[have we]
have]
Vous avez [you have] Vous n’avez pas [you don’t Avez-vous? [have you]
have]
Ils ont [they have] Ils n’ont pas [they don’t Ont-ils? [Have they]
have]
Ells ont [ they have] Ells n’ont pas [they don’t Ont-elles? [have they]
have]

4. Verbe parler 1er groupe


Present (de l’indicatif)
Forme affirmatice Forme negative Forme interrogative
Je parle [I speak] Je ne parle pas [I don’t Est-ce que je parle? [do I
speak] speak]
Tu parles [you speak] Tu ne parles pas [you don’t Parles-tu ? [do you speak]
speak]
Il parle [he speaks] Il ne parle pas [ he doesn’t Parle-t-il? [does he speak]
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speak]
Nous parlons [we speak] Nous ne parlons pas [we Parlons-nous? [let’s talk
don’t speak] together]
Vous parlez [you speak] Vous ne parlez pas [ you Parlez-vous? [do you speak]
don’t speak]
Ils parlent [they talk] Ils ne parlent pas [they don’t Parlent-ils? [do they speak]
speak]
5. Verbe FIN IR 2e groupe
Present (de l’indicatif)
Forme affirmative Forme negative Forme interrogative
Je fin is [I finish] Je ne fin is pas [I don’t Est-ce que je fin is [do I
finish] finish]
Tu fin is [you finis] Tu ne fin is pas [you don’t Fin is – tu? Do you finish]
finish]
Il fin it [he finishes] Il(elle) ne fin it pas he Finit –il? [does he finish]
doesn’t finish]
Nous fin issons [we finish] Nous ne fin issons pas we Finissons-nous? [let us
don’t finish] finish]
Vous fin issez [you finish] Vous ne fin issez pas [you Finisse-vous? [do you finish]
don’t finish]
Ils fin issent [they finsh] Ils ne fin issent pas they Finissent-ils? [do they finish]
don’t finish]

Note – Cross Check the matter with the Book

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