Present: 5 students + guest
Getting to know each other
- Ask a question
- Introducing yourself
Who is this person? Ask our guest a question …
- What’s your name?
- How old are you?
- How old are you?
- Where do you live?
- What do you do for a living? What do you do for a living?
- Are you married?
- My name is Fred
- I’ve been married for 40 years
- I’ve been in France for 5 months
- I’ve been in France since January 8
- I was born in 1958,
- I’m five months older than you
- I was born on July 9
- I am retired
- I used to be a salesman
Comparison “to be more … than”:
- I’m younger than he is
- You’re stronger than Levan
- She’s taller than Nikoloz
- They’re smaller than me
- You’re older than Fred
- Black – Red – Light blue – Dark blue – White – Yellow – Green – Pink – Orange
- Wine colors :
- Red wine, white wine, rosé wine
- Hair colors :
- White, black, gray (“salt and pepper”), blond, chestnut.
- The colors of the flag
- France: blue-white-red.
- Georgia: White with five red crosses.
Khatchapuri, a specialty of Georgia:
- Water or milk
- Baked in a wood-fired oven
Speciality: salade niçoise :
Lettuce, anchovies, tomatoes, tuna, black olives, radishes, hard-boiled egg, olive oil
- White and yellow
- Cooking in water :
- Raw egg 0mn
- Soft-boiled egg 3mn
- Soft-boiled egg 5mn
- Hard-boiled egg 10mn
(4 p.m. children: snack)
Evening : Dinner
Coffee, croissant, bread, butter, jam, orange juice.
Water, eu, ou, ai, œ.
drink, egg, water.
in, ain, an, on
Bread, wine, an, mom, candy
Talking about your country:
- Georgia’s population is 3.9 million, but in 1989 it was 5.5 million.
- Russia has 145 million inhabitants
- Ukraine has 45 million inhabitants
- Georgia’s capital is Tbilisi
- Russia’s capital is Moscow
- The capital of Chechnya is Grozny
- Georgia’s national holiday is April 9
- Where is Georgia?
- Where is Georgia located?
- Georgia is east of France
- Georgia is three thousand kilometers east of France, at the same latitude, on the 42nd parallel.
Next week, Maxime works in Paris
Fred will give the French lessons:
Tuesday, October 18 at 9:30 a.m.
Thursday, October 20 at 3 p.m.