Chapter 1, lesson 1 Hello. What is your name? My name is Jane. What about you? I am Suzan. W ho is h e ? W h a t is h is n a m e ? He is my brother. His name is Henry. P o u r d o n n e r l e n o m d e q u e l q u ’ u n , o n u ti l i s e d e s a d j e c ti f s p o s s e s s i fs : My m o n, m a , m e s Your ton, ta, tes Hi s s o n, s a , s e s He r s o n, s a , s e s Chapter 1, lesson 1 (part 2) Hello. How are you? I am hot and I am thirsty. How is Sarah? She is not here today. She is ill. She is at her house. How are John and Mike? They are tired. Pour demander à quelqu’un comment il va on utilise le mot interrogatif HOW et le verbe BE (être en français). Ne pas oublier de conjuguer en fonction d u s u j e t !!! Chapter 1, lesson 1 (part 3) Are you interested in science? Yes, I am. I am interested in science. Is J a c k g o o d a t la n g u a g e s ? No, he is not. He is not good at languages. Carol is sporty and she is a good musician but she is not a fan of Coldplay. Ne pas oublier de conjuguer le verbe BE (être en français) en fonction du sujet. Les différentes conjugaisons du verbe BE sont: am I (j e ) is he (il), she (elle), it (il / elle pour les objets et les animaux) are we (nous), you (tu / vous), they (ils / e l l es ) Chapter 1, lesson 1 (part 3) Chapter 1, lesson 2 What is the first month of the year? January is the first month of the year. When do we celebrate Halloween? We celebrate Halloween in October, which is the tenth month of the year. Pour classer les choses par ordre, on utilise les nombres ordinaux. Pour dire LE premier, on dit THE first. Rappel: Quand on écrit avec un chiffre, on garde les deux dernières lettres. Ex: the fourth 4th Chapter 1, lesson 2 Chapter 1, lesson 2 (part 2) When is your birthday? It is on the twelfth of May. When is his birthday? His birthday is in April. On what day? On the third. P o u r d o n n e r u n e d a t e , o n u ti l i s e I N q u a n d o n parle uniquement du mois. On utilise ON quand on parle du jour et du mois ou uniquement du jour. Chapter 1, lesson 3 How old are they? They are 23 years old. How old were you in 2008? I was 7 years old. Robert Pattinson was 22. My parents were 35. How old was Jane in 2008? She was 4. She was born in 2004. Le verbe BE au passé se conjugue de 2 manières différentes: was I / he , she, it were we / you / they Rappel: Pour parler de l’âge en Anglais, on utilise le verbe BE. Chapter 1, lesson 3 Chapter 1, lesson 3 (part 2) When were you born? I w a s b o rn i n 2 0 0 0 . When were Daniel and Emma born? They were born before 1991. When was Eva Longoria born? She was born in 1975. Pour dire quand quelqu’un est né, on utilise le verbe BE au passé + born. Ordre des mots & conjugaisons. Chapter 1, lesson 4 Have you got brothers and sisters? Yes, I have. I’ve got a sister and two brothers. What are their names? My sister is called Joanna and my brothers are called Steve and Matt. Has she got a sister? No, she hasn’t. She is an only child. Pour parler de ce que l’on a, de ce que l’on possède, on utilise le verbe HAVE (avoir en f ra n ç a i s ) . Il y a deux conjugaisons possibles pour HAVE: have I / you / we / they h as h e / s h e / it Rappel: HAVE peut aussi s’écrire [’ve] à la forme c o n t ra c t é e . Chapter 1, lesson 4 Chapter 1, lesson 5 Tom has got short blond hair. He has got blue eyes and he has got a denim jacket. Katie has got long black hair and brown eyes. She has got sunglasses and a red hat. She has got red boots. En général, les adjectifs se placent avant le nom qu’ils décrivent. On peut utiliser plusieurs adjectifs à la suite mais ils doivent être utilisés dans un ordre précis: d’abord la taille, puis la couleur. Ex: short (taille) blond (couleur) hair. Chapter 1, lesson 5 (part 2) Where are you from? I am from Canada. I am Canadian. Is she from Scotland? No, she isn’t. She is from South Africa. She is South African. Are they from the United States? Yes, they are. They are American. Pour parler de l’origine de quelqu’un, on utilise le mot FROM. Les noms de pays et de nationalités commencent par une majuscule en anglais.