ALSO: We learned how to make the numbers in the 70s, 80s, and 90s. It's a little tricky, but look on the back of your Unité 1 note sheet (or page 33 of your textbook) to see how they do it (for the 70s, they add the numbers 10 through 19 to the word for sixty; for the 80s, they start with "quatre-vingts" [note the S -- ONLY on 80... not on 81, 82, 83, etc,], which means "four twenties", and then add numbers to that; for the 90s, they use the words for 80, and continue adding the numbers 10 through 19.) WORKSHEET: Go to the moodle and find the folder entitled, "Worksheets and Devoirs", and find the "French phone numbers" activity. It's kind of long, so you (Rayven and Lesley) can have until Monday to finish THIS one, but please have the riddles finished by Friday. I'll put a copy of the Family Riddles worksheet in there, too.
3rd Hour class only: You have until Monday morning to do the BACK of the phone numbers worksheet ... but the FRONT half is due Friday, and also the family riddles worksheet.