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Objectif de la leçon

• By the end of this lesson, you would be able to …


• Introduce yourself and other people.
• Learn how the French greet each other.
• Understand simple instructions in class.
• Spell your name and learn the alphabet.
• Count up to 69 in French
• Conjugate the verbs “s’appeler” and “parler”
Bonjour ! Salut !

Comment tu t’appelles ? Au revoir !

Je m’appelle … Ça va ?

Ça va bien !

Bof Ça va mal !
Bonjour ! Hello!
Salut ! Hi!

Comment tu t’appelles ? What are you called?


Je m’appelle ... I am called ...

Et toi ? And you?

Ça va ? How are you?

Ça va très bien ! Very well!


Bof So-so
Ça va mal
Not well

Au revoir ! Goodbye!
Bonjour !
Salut !
Comment tu t’appelles ?
Je m’appelle Bart Simpson.
Et toi ?
Je m’appelle Milhouse.
Ça va ?
Ça va très bien !
Et toi ?
Ça va bien, merci.
Au revoir, Milhouse !
Au revoir, Bart !

With your partner, say the dialogue.


Now greet other pupils in the classroom

Bonjour !
Salut !
Comment tu t’appelles ?
Je m’appelle ____ _____.
Et toi ?
Je m’appelle ____ _____.
Ça va ?
_________!
Et toi ?
________, merci.
Au revoir, ________!
Au revoir, ________!
Quelques phrases utiles A few useful phrases/sentences
Pour faire connaissance Getting to know one another
… to greet someone in the day Salut !
Bonjour, Monsieur / Madame / Mademoiselle

… to find out who someone is Qui est-ce ?


— C’est (name of the person)
… to find out what something is Qu’est-ce que c’est ?
— C’est (name of the thing)
… to find out the name of the Comment tu t’appelles ?
Comment vous vous appelez ?
person you are speaking to
… to say what your name is Je m’appelle (your name)

Ça va ?
Comment ça va ?
… to ask “How are you?” Comment vas-tu ?
Comment allez-vous ?
… to say how you are Très bien, merci. (Et toi ? / Et vous ?)
Ça va. (Et toi ? / Et vous ?)
Bof !

… to greet someone in the evening Bonsoir !

… to say goodbye Au revoir !


Salut !
Tchao !
… to say goodnight Bonne nuit !
Pour parler à ton professeur To speak to your teacher

Je suis désolé(e) d’être


… to apologise for being en retard,
late Mademoiselle/Madame/
Monsieur. Excusez-moi.

… to seek permission to Mademoiselle/


go to the washroom Madame/Monsieur, est-
ce que je peux aller aux
toilettes, s’il vous plaît ?

… to ask for the Qu’est-ce que ça veut


meaning of a word dire,
(the word) ?
The French have a particular way of greeting each other. Boys
shake hands while a boy and a girl or two girls would kiss each
other on the cheek (se faire la bise). People say Salut ! as a
greeting or to say goodbye when they know each other very well.
However, one would use Bonjour ! to greet someone in the
daytime in a formal setting and Au revoir ! to say goodbye. Again
in a formal setting, Bonsoir ! could be used to say goodbye at the
end of the day or to greet someone after 7 pm. As you can
imagine, meeting a large group of friends and taking leave of
them can take a long time.
In French, there are two ways of saying you :
vous and tu. Among family members, friends and
students, tu is used. You would use vous when
addressing to someone who is much older or in a
more senior position than you are, or a stranger.
If you are in doubt, use vous. Vous is also used
when you are talking to two or more people.