Français 3: Sentences handed out in class. TEST next Tuesday: Imparfait vs. Passé Composé... writing sentences. You'll have to know all of those Imparfait stems, too!
Français 4: If you missed class today (or were in ISS): Please read about participle adjectives, here. We had already learned that past participles can be adjectives (EX: fermé(e)(s) = closed; perdu(e)(s)= lost; tamisé(e)= sifted), but now we are seeing that present participles can be adjectives, as well. Translate the examples on the attached worksheet. Keep in mind: PRESENT participle adjectives usually translate as --ing or -ful adjectives (EX: charming, stressful), and PAST participle adjectives usually translate as --ed, or whatever the past form is of the verb (EX: closed, sifted, shot, cut). ALSO: Do 15 minutes of practice with QUIZLET for the 2 sets of new vocab related to news stories.