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Cengage Advantage: � Vous!, Worktext Volume II, Chapters 8-14

Cengage Advantage: � Vous!, Worktext Volume II, Chapters 8-14

ISBN 9780495917014
Edition 2
Publication Date
Publisher Cengage
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Overview
To the Student. An Overview of the Textbook's Main Features. Acknowledgments. 1. QUI ES-TU? Vocabulary: Basic conversations; Introductions; Making plans. Structures: The alphabet; Tu vs. Vous; Numbers 0-30; Numbers 31-69; Le verbe �tre. Culture: Greetings and goodbyes in Francophone countries; Universities in France. 2. JE SUIS. Vocabulary: Describing yourself and others; Daily activities; professions, pets. Structures: Negation; The verb avoir; Adjectives placement and agreement; Regular and stem changing -er verbs; Indefinite articles. Culture: Portrait of some French and Francophone 'speakers'; Is there a 'typical' French person? � l'aventure! La Guadeloupe. 3. MA FAMILLE ET MES AMIS. Vocabulary: Family members; Days of the week and months of the year; Sports and Leisure activities. Structures: Yes/no questions; Definite articles; Possessive adjectives; On and il y a; Numbers 70-1,000,000. Culture: The French and their pets; Mother's Day in the Central African Republic. 4. MON APPARTEMENT. Vocabulary: Describing an apartment or house; Prepositions; Household chores; the weather. Structures: The near future; the verb aller contractions with �; Telling time; Regular -ir verbs; Prepositions and contractions with definite articles; The verb faire. Culture: Housing in Francophone Europe; Winter in Qu�bec. � l'aventure! La Wallonie. 5. MA VILLE. Vocabulary: Specialty shops; Clothing. Structures: Regular 're verbs; Partitive articles and expressions of quantity; The verbs mettre, porter, and essayer; The pronouns y and en; The verbs prendre, comprendre, and apprendre. Culture: Brasseries; French supermarkets. 6. MEW GOUTS GASTRONOMIQUES. Vocabulary: Expressions with avoir ; eating at a restaurant; Foods; Table settings. Structures: The verbs vouloir, and boire ; review of the partitive; Adverbs; The verbs devoir and pouvoir; Negations: ne'plus, ne' jamais, ne'rien, ne '. Personne; . Interrogative adjective quel. Culture: French bread and cheese; French and Francophone African table manners. � l'aventure! La Provence. 7. LES INFOS QUI M'ENTOURENT. Vocabulary: The media; Events in our lives. Structures: Pass� compos� with avoir; Negative and interrogative in the pass� compos�; Pass� compos� with �tre; Pass� compos� with y, en, and adverbs; The verbs lire, dire, �crire. Culture: French television; TV Guides in France. 8. MES RELATIONS AMOUREUSES ET AMICALES. Vocabulary: Daily routines; Romantic and friendly relationships; Personal relationships. Structures: Present tense of reflexive verbs; Reflexive verbs in the near future; Reciprocal verbs; Pass� compos� of reflexive and reciprocal verbs; The verbs quitter, partir and sortir. Culture: A Moroccan wedding; Interracial and intercultural marriage in France. � l'aventure! La Louisiane. 9. QUAND J'ETAIS ADOLESCENT(E). Vocabulary: School life; Concerns of adolescents; Child-rearing; Parts of the body and body image. Structures: Formation and uses of the imperfect tense; The imperfect with y and en; Interrogative pronouns; forming questions in the imperfect; Indefinite and definite articles with parts of the body. Culture: French teenagers and their parents; Problems of adolescents in Francophone countries. 10. MON BOULOT. Vocabulary: Work; Giving directions. Structures: Imparfait versus pass� compos�; Pass� compos� and imparfait to express point of view; The meaning of certain verbs in the pass� compos� and imparfait; Giving commands; Giving commands with reflexive verbs. Culture: Working conditions in the Francophone world; Looking for work in the Francophone world. � l'aventure! La Tunisie. 11. MES FINANCES. Vocabulary: At the hair dresser's; Banking and personal finances. Structures: Direct object pronouns; Direct object pronouns in commands; Past participle agreement; Comparative; Superlative; The verbs venir, revenir and devenir. Culture: Expenses that the French have; Consumers in Tunisia. 12. MES REVES. Vocabulary: Emotions; Travel by train and plane; Making hotel reservations; tourist activities. Structures: The conditional tense; Prepositions used with continents,
Overview
To the Student. An Overview of the Textbook's Main Features. Acknowledgments. 1. QUI ES-TU? Vocabulary: Basic conversations; Introductions; Making plans. Structures: The alphabet; Tu vs. Vous; Numbers 0-30; Numbers 31-69; Le verbe �tre. Culture: Greetings and goodbyes in Francophone countries; Universities in France. 2. JE SUIS. Vocabulary: Describing yourself and others; Daily activities; professions, pets. Structures: Negation; The verb avoir; Adjectives placement and agreement; Regular and stem changing -er verbs; Indefinite articles. Culture: Portrait of some French and Francophone 'speakers'; Is there a 'typical' French person? � l'aventure! La Guadeloupe. 3. MA FAMILLE ET MES AMIS. Vocabulary: Family members; Days of the week and months of the year; Sports and Leisure activities. Structures: Yes/no questions; Definite articles; Possessive adjectives; On and il y a; Numbers 70-1,000,000. Culture: The French and their pets; Mother's Day in the Central African Republic. 4. MON APPARTEMENT. Vocabulary: Describing an apartment or house; Prepositions; Household chores; the weather. Structures: The near future; the verb aller contractions with �; Telling time; Regular -ir verbs; Prepositions and contractions with definite articles; The verb faire. Culture: Housing in Francophone Europe; Winter in Qu�bec. � l'aventure! La Wallonie. 5. MA VILLE. Vocabulary: Specialty shops; Clothing. Structures: Regular 're verbs; Partitive articles and expressions of quantity; The verbs mettre, porter, and essayer; The pronouns y and en; The verbs prendre, comprendre, and apprendre. Culture: Brasseries; French supermarkets. 6. MEW GOUTS GASTRONOMIQUES. Vocabulary: Expressions with avoir ; eating at a restaurant; Foods; Table settings. Structures: The verbs vouloir, and boire ; review of the partitive; Adverbs; The verbs devoir and pouvoir; Negations: ne'plus, ne' jamais, ne'rien, ne '. Personne; . Interrogative adjective quel. Culture: French bread and cheese; French and Francophone African table manners. � l'aventure! La Provence. 7. LES INFOS QUI M'ENTOURENT. Vocabulary: The media; Events in our lives. Structures: Pass� compos� with avoir; Negative and interrogative in the pass� compos�; Pass� compos� with �tre; Pass� compos� with y, en, and adverbs; The verbs lire, dire, �crire. Culture: French television; TV Guides in France. 8. MES RELATIONS AMOUREUSES ET AMICALES. Vocabulary: Daily routines; Romantic and friendly relationships; Personal relationships. Structures: Present tense of reflexive verbs; Reflexive verbs in the near future; Reciprocal verbs; Pass� compos� of reflexive and reciprocal verbs; The verbs quitter, partir and sortir. Culture: A Moroccan wedding; Interracial and intercultural marriage in France. � l'aventure! La Louisiane. 9. QUAND J'ETAIS ADOLESCENT(E). Vocabulary: School life; Concerns of adolescents; Child-rearing; Parts of the body and body image. Structures: Formation and uses of the imperfect tense; The imperfect with y and en; Interrogative pronouns; forming questions in the imperfect; Indefinite and definite articles with parts of the body. Culture: French teenagers and their parents; Problems of adolescents in Francophone countries. 10. MON BOULOT. Vocabulary: Work; Giving directions. Structures: Imparfait versus pass� compos�; Pass� compos� and imparfait to express point of view; The meaning of certain verbs in the pass� compos� and imparfait; Giving commands; Giving commands with reflexive verbs. Culture: Working conditions in the Francophone world; Looking for work in the Francophone world. � l'aventure! La Tunisie. 11. MES FINANCES. Vocabulary: At the hair dresser's; Banking and personal finances. Structures: Direct object pronouns; Direct object pronouns in commands; Past participle agreement; Comparative; Superlative; The verbs venir, revenir and devenir. Culture: Expenses that the French have; Consumers in Tunisia. 12. MES REVES. Vocabulary: Emotions; Travel by train and plane; Making hotel reservations; tourist activities. Structures: The conditional tense; Prepositions used with continents,

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