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Happy families

FINAL PROJECT :
Present a famous English family

Do you know these people ?

Why are they standing together ?

Say how they may be related.

Le genitif

ON UTILISE LE GENITIF OU CAS POSSESSIF POUR INDIQUER QUE QUELQUE-CHOSE APPARTIENT A QUELQU'UN :

POSSESSEUR + 's + élément possédé

Examples:

  • They are Mrs Clairet's pupils
  • Kate is William's wife

Make 5 sentences with the Adams family

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Attention : (double possesseur) Granny Frump is Ophelia and Morticia's mother

Le génitif et le pluriel

Lorsque le sujet possesseur est déjà au pluriel, on accole une apostrophe directement au
sujet, sans ajouter de « s ».

My parents’ room : la chambre de mes parents
My sisters’ desk : le bureau de mes soeurs
Attention toutefois aux pluriels irréguliers qui ne terminent pas par un « s ». Dans ce cas, on utilise la forme habituelle.

The children’s toys : les jouets des enfants

The women’s walk : la marche des femmes

Watch the video


Take notes and sum up the story

Explain the title

"FAMILY PORTRAIT"

STOP + V-ING

STOP CRYING

STOP YELLING

LET'S + VB (infinitf)

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let's play

let's pretend

DON' T + VB (infinitif)

please, don't leave

GRAMMAR

STOP + ING or STOP TO+ VB

STOP, FORGET, REMEMBER, TRY ...

Stop + -ing means the action is not happening any more. I've stopped buying the newspaper because now I read the news online.

Stop + to + infinitive means that someone or something stops an activity so that they can do something else.


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We use the -ing form after stop to indicate that an action or event is no longer continuing:

It’s stopped raining. Let’s go for a walk. (It was raining, but not any more.)

We’ve stopped using plastic bags in supermarkets. We take our own bag with us now when we go shopping.

We use the to-infinitive after stop to indicate that someone stops doing something in order to do something else:

On the way to Edinburgh, we stopped to look at an old castle. (We were travelling, then we stopped our journey in order to look at the castle.)

We stopped to have something to eat.

Listen to Jack and Tom, note the liaisons and find the rule

Is it your half-sister Katie?
She’s got lovely brown eyes and beautiful black hair.
-She's also got a clownfish.

Write a description and mark the liaisons

James is Jack’s dad. He has got blue eyes and short brown hair. He’s wearing an orange shirt. Jasmine is Stevo’s mom. She’s got long black hair and green eyes.
She’s wearing a yellow top.
She’s also got a necklace and earrings.

L'ordre des adjectifs

Exercise

- Is it a girl ?
- Yes, it is.
- Has she got long hair ?
Yes, she has.
- Is it Suzane?
No, it isn't.

YES/NO QUESTION

- BE + SUBJECT + Adjective/Noun?

- Have/Has + SUBJECT+ got+complément?

What does he/she look like ?

Complète les phrases avec HAVE GOT à la forme qui convient :

Rappel :
HAVE GOT

Pour indiquer que quelqu'un possède quelquechose, on utilise 'have got'.
A l'oral on l'utilise sous la forme contractée: 've got/'s got.

I have got (I've got)
You have got (You've got)
He/she/it has got (He's got)
We have got (We've got)
You have got (you've got)
They have got (they've got)

A la forme interrogative, have got/has got se placent devant le sujet :
Have you got .... ?
Has she got ... ?

Forme négative : I haven't got ... She hasn't got ...

1. ... you... brothers and sisters ? No I haven't, but I ... two cousins.
2. Stevo ... a surfboard but he ... a guitar.
3. Tom ... a blue jumper. He ... a red pullover !
4. Jack ... brown hair.
5. .... Katie .... a pet ? Yes, she ... two: a clownfish and a dog.

Exercise

Whose +

Element possédé+

is/ are

it /they ?

Rappel:

voir exercices faits précédemment

Les pronoms personnels compléments :

Ils remplacent un nom ou un pronom et se placent après le verbe.
ex: I know Lucas > I know him

  • I > me
  • you > you
  • he /she / it > him / her / it
  • we > us
  • you > you
  • they > them

A qui .... ... est/sont il (elle)/ils (elles)?

His audiam deserunt in

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SCRIPT

PRINCIPAL: Miss Lane! ... Miss Lane! Whose form is this? There’s no name on it!
SECRETARY: Sorry, Principal Harris, it’s Jack Wilson’s form. And that’s his registration letter on your desk. He’s with us for only one year. His parents are in Australia... He’s waiting for you in the corridor; today is his first day.
PRINCIPAL: Well, prepare his timetable then. Oh and, whose parents are responsible for him here?
SECRETARY: Tom’s father, Chris Cornell and Tom’s stepmother, Anisha Patel. They are his host family.
PRINCIPAL: Right, I’ll call them this afternoon. What about Tom? Is he reliable?
SECRETARY: Oh yes I know him, he’s in Mrs. Jones’s class. He’s a good pupil and a happy child. He’s going to help his cousin!
PRINCIPAL: Right... Jack! You can come in now. Mrs. Lane is going to give you your timetable. Welcome to our school!

Remplace les noms soulignés avec le pronom personnel complément qui convient

  1. Mr. Harris is very nice. I know .... very well.
  2. I love Ariana Grande. Do you know ... ?
  3. JK Rowling has written a new book. Do you have ... ?
  4. The Simpsons have two pets. Can you name ... ?
  5. We're tired. Can you drive ... ?
  6. I'm doing my homerwork. Can you help .... ?

Pronoms personnels compléments :
exemples:
> tu me donnes : you give me
> tu lui donnes ( à Lucas) : you give him
> tu lui donnes ( à Lou) : you give her

IN GROUPS

Tâche finale

Présente une famille célèbre anglophone (arbre généalogique+ description physique+ liens de parenté)

En groupes :

Cherchez un personnage et recherchez les membres de sa famille

Tracez son arbre généalogique

Indiquez des détails sur le physique de chacun des membres de la famille


Présentez les membres de la famille en indiquant les liens de parenté et les détails que vous avez notés


Entraînez vous à parler sans regarder vos notes

( Faites attention aux points de grammaire vus en classe et aux liaisons à faire à l'oral)