Thursday, October 30, 2014

Vocabulary Word of the Day -Diaper


Adjectives

Many adjectives have both male & feminine forms that are spelled & or pronounced differently:

amusant(e) (ah mew zhan, ah mew zhant) -amusing
français(e) (frahn say, frahn sayz) -french
grand(e)  (grahn, grahnd) -big, tall
intéressant(e) (ahn tay rehss ahn, ah tay rehss ahnt) -interesting
petit(e) (peh tee, peh teet) -little
joli(e) (zhoh lee) -pretty
fatigué(e) (fah tee gay) -tired

il est français (eel ay frahn say) -he is French
elle est française (ell ay frahn sehz) -she is French

il est grand (eel ay grahn) -he is tall
elle n'est pas grande (ell nay pah grahnd) -she is not tall

il est fatigué (eel ay fah tee gay) -he is tired
elle est fatiguée (ell ay fah tee gay) -she is tired

Children's Phrase of the Day - I Am Never Wrong


Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Quick Phrase of the Day - I Eat Lunch In The Afternoon

Je prends le déjeuner dans l’après-midi. (zhuh prahn leh day zhuh nay dahn lah preh mee dee) - I eat lunch in the afternoon. 


Repeat this phrase all day long till you know it by heart.

Vocabulary Word of the Day -Robber, Thief


Adjectives

Many adjectives have both male & feminine forms that are spelled & or pronounced differently:

amusant(e) (ah mew zhan, ah mew zhant) -amusing
français(e) (frahn say, frahn sayz) -french
grand(e)  (grahn, grahnd) -big, tall
intéressant(e) (ahn tay rehss ahn, ah tay rehss ahnt) -interesting
petit(e) (peh tee, peh teet) -little
joli(e) (zhoh lee) -pretty
fatigué(e) (fah tee gay) -tired

il est français (eel ay frahn say) -he is French
elle est française (ell ay frahn sehz) -she is French

il est grand (eel ay grahn) -he is tall
elle n'est pas grande (ell nay pah grahnd) -she is not tall

il est fatigué (eel ay fah tee gay) -he is tired
elle est fatiguée (ell ay fah tee gay) -she is tired

Children's Phrase of the Day - I Have A Secret


Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Quick Phrase of the Day - Do You Have...?

Avez-vous...? (ah vay voo) -Do you have...


un ordinateur? (uhn ohr dee nah toor) -a computer?
de l'argent? (deh lahr zhahn) -any/some money?
un téléphone portable? (uhn tay lay fohn pohr tah bluh) -a cell phone?
une minute? (oon mee noot) -a minute?


Repeat this phrase all day long till you know it by heart.

Vocabulary Word of the Day -Gun


Children's Phrase of the Day - I Can't Work Today


Sunday, October 26, 2014

Quick Phrase of the Day - You Might Have Killed Me!

Tu aurais pu me tuer! (too aw ray poo meh too ay) -You might have killed me!


Repeat this phrase all day long till you know it by heart.

Vocabulary Word of the Day -Lake


Questions To Ask Someone

Votre nom? (voh truh nahm) -Your name?
Où est-ce que vous habitez? (ooh ess keh vooz ah bee tay) -Where do you live?
Où est-ce que vous travaillez? (ooh ess keh voo trah vah yay) -Where do you work?
Vous êtes marié? (vooz eht mah ree ay) -Are you married (to a man)
Vous êtes mariée (vooz eht mah ree ay) -Are you married (to a woman)
Vous avez des enfants? (vooz ah vay dayz ahn fahnt) -Do you have any children?

Children's Phrase of the Day - Wait For Me


Saturday, October 25, 2014

Quick Phrase of the Day - Bring Me Back...

ramène-moi ... (rah mehn mwah) -Bring me back...


un journal (uhn zhoor nahl) -a newspaper
un soda (uhn soh dah) -a soda
un baguette (uhn bah geht) -a baguette
un cadeau (uhn kah doh) - a gift
Une douzaine d'oeufs (oon doo zayn doof) -a dozen eggs

Vocabulary Word of the Day -An Orange


Questions To Ask Someone

Votre nom? (voh truh nahm) -Your name?
Où est-ce que vous habitez? (ooh ess keh vooz ah bee tay) -Where do you live?
Où est-ce que vous travaillez? (ooh ess keh voo trah vah yay) -Where do you work?
Vous êtes marié? (vooz eht mah ree ay) -Are you married (to a man)
Vous êtes mariée (vooz eht mah ree ay) -Are you married (to a woman)
Vous avez des enfants? (vooz ah vay dayz ahn fahnt) -Do you have any children?