Français 4: If you missed class today: 1) Go to the moodle and find our current unit. Find the new folder named, DEVOIRS. In there, find the page: "Si clause tense pairs explained." This chart shows you the tenses that must be used together when we're making "if" sentences (si = if). We're focusing right now on pairing the IMPARFAIT with the CONDITIONNEL. Then, find and download the document, Sentence examples for Imparfait-Conditionnel si clauses.doc
Follow the first set of directions, which is to look through the whole document, and CIRCLE examples of the IMPARFAIT and UNDERLINE examples of the CONDITIONAL (our new tense that I just recently gave you notes on, and we practiced once on Conjuguemos). THEN: Try to translate just the first 10 sentences. DO NOT USE A TRANSLATOR! Just do the best you can. This is new :) One tricky thing: the imparfait verbs are going to translate more like the Passé Composé... they will have the "-ed" type ending in English, not the, "---ing" or "used to..." that we usually give the imparfait.
EX: Si tu sautais... = If you jumped (NOT, "If you were jumping" or "If you used to jump")
We also did a few minutes more of practice with the conditionnel on Conjuguemos.com... there's a link on the moodle. If you can't do that tonight, try to do 10 minutes or so this weekend.