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1. Bonjour et bienvenue!2:43
2. Bonne année scolaire1:11
3. Être- le verbe2:56
4. Rencontrez les personnages: Pratiquons 12:19
5. Pratiquons 22:46
6. The Debrief6:39
7. Vous êtes le narrateur!1:11
8. . Le Projet1:07
9. . Merci et au revoir1:04
About This Class
Each class in the Bite-Sized French series can be taken independently.
In this class, you will learn to use the verb " être" in the present tense. Être- to be is considered to be one of two essential verbs in French as it performs "double duty" in the language. In the present, this verb means 'to be'- I am, you are, he is etc. But in addition to being a frequently used verb in the present, it is used to form the past tense of many other French verbs. (The other essential verb is avoir.) Take this short class and you will be much better equipped to communicate in French!
You will practice listening, speaking, and writing...and along the way, you will pick up new words and expressions in French.
On y va!
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I might have dropped out of taking French in college. But if I stick with Carol, i'll be an expert in no time. (well, maybe not an expert) but I will learn French.
I'm dedicated to helping busy learners progress in English, French and other areas of interest. I currently teach English for Academic Purposes to international students at our local university.
Most of my teaching experience has been in the classroom as follows:
- FSL teacher and French Immersion teacher
- School district French consultant- giving support to other teachers
- Sessional Instructor, Faculty of Education- Brandon University
- Coordinator and developer of program for immigrants and newcomers to our small city
- Presenter of many seminars and workshops including at provincial and national conferences in Canada as well as in my own city.
Teacher and Education Consultant M. Ed.
Winner of National and Provincial (Canadian) Awards for educational contribution in the field of second language education.
Brandon University Gold Medal and the Governor General's Gold Medal for the highest academic standing in the Master's degree program. (2002)
I am Canadian and speak both English and French. I am working on Spanish.