Français 3: If you missed class-- 1) Take a good look at the explanation of the two cases when you use "à moi" and "à toi" instead of the other "me" and "you" choices. It has to do with the verb TO THINK about someone, and talking about things BELONGING TO someone. Then, take the two-sided set of 28 sentences (that we've been working with), and find the 3 examples that use this. Translate those three sentences (be careful about your tense!).
2) Go to the HOMEWORK folder for this unit on the moodle, and download and print the document called, "me_you_act_choices". Using that same 28-sentence 2-sided sheet, you're going to find the first 10 example sentences that we have NOT yet translated together. For each one of those 10, use the "choices" worksheet you just downloaded-- write the French sentence in the "français" slot; translate it CAREFULLY, and write it on the "anglais" slot; and THEN.... circle what "me"/"you" rule category that applies in this sentence. (If you encounter any words you don't know, use wordreference.com dictionary... but don't use a translator!)
Français 4: Rony-- we went over Exercice S, so I'll need to see yours. We also went over the first 5 sentences that you translated the other day, on the colorful worksheet with example sentences using plus-que-parfait and conditional past. I'll need to see your 5 sentences. FOR HOMEWORK: Translate the REST of the whole worksheet (it's 16 sentences total). Look up any words you might not know on wordreference.com dictionary, but do NOT use a translator for your sentences!