Unit 1 - Introductions & Personal Identification
This is the course outline for Unit 1. Click the following links for Unit vocabulary, grammar, games, and other links.
Unit 1 is all about learning the basics: basic introductions, salutations, and identifying basic characteristics about yourself and others. In this unit we will be studying the greetings that are common in French and how they should be used depending on who you are talking to, numbers (0-60), colors, and body parts. Another large part of this unit is understanding the francophone world. We will be talking specifically about the geography of the French speaking world.Unit 1 Vocabulary
Allez, viens - Je me présente! - Watch this video to listen and learn more about the culture and vocabulary for French 7.
Allez, viens - Faisons Connaisance! - Watch this video to listen and learn more about the culture and vocabulary for Unit 1.
Unit 1 is designed to let you learn more about the "French world," or le monde francophone. The word francophone means "French speaking" and describes someone as a person who speaks French. Often times we think of the French language as only being in or relating to France. However, French is across several continents and can be found only 4 hours away from us in Quebec, Canada. Throughout this unit, we will be talking about where French can be heard and the general geography of le monde francophone.
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