Students took notes and began the worksheet that is due his Thursday.
Adjectives that precede the noun
In French, some adjectives go before the noun, although for the most part, they normally go after the noun.
BAGS; an acronym to remember which adjectives go before the noun. Beware of adjectives that change the form if they come before a singular masculine noun that begins with a vowel or an "h".
B = beauty
A = age (old, new, young)
G = goodness (and badness)
S = size
BAGS adjectives include:
Beau/belle (beautiful), joli/jolie (pretty), grand/grande (tall or big),petit/petite (small),nouveau/nouvelle (new), vieux/vieille (old), bon/bonne (good), jeune/jeune (young), gros/grosse (fat)
See chart under study guide section
Remember that heureux (Ms and MP) becomes heureuse (FS) and hereuses (FP)
Describing your house:
Là = there
Là, c’est la cuisine. = Here/There is the kitchen.
Ça, c’est le salon. = This is the living room
À la gauche de = to the left of
À la droite de = to the right of
À côté de = next to
Giving a compliment:
When complimenting a room or furniture, you still use il and elle:
Ta chambre, elle est belle. = Your room is beautiful.
The 2.2 quiz is on Monday, and the chapter test will be next Thursday, March 26th.