Welcome to the Unit 12 of the main curriculum of French4me.net. In this unit, students will explore the advanced features of the French language, including tense, prefixes, suffixes, verbs, and sentence structures. The unit is designed to help students deepen their understanding of the French language and improve their speaking and writing skills.
The unit consists of 35 lessons, with a total of 2 hours and 32 minutes of lessons. The lessons are organized into several categories, including the futur antérieur tense, prefixes, suffixes, verbs, and sentence structures. The lessons are designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the topics and allow them to apply their knowledge in real-life situations.
In the first lesson, students will learn about the futur antérieur tense, which is used to describe a future event that will have been completed at a certain point in time. The next several lessons focus on the prefixes IL, IM, IN, IR, which are used to modify the meaning of words in French.
Students will then learn about the suffixes ISER, EMENT, ISSEMENT, which are used to create adjectives and verbs from nouns. The following lessons will cover the prefixes and verbs DÉ, DÉS, DIRE, MENER, LEVER, METTRE, PARAÎTRE, PASSER, PORTER, POSER, PRENDRE, and TENIR. In these lessons, students will learn about the different meanings of these verbs and how to use them in sentences.
In addition to verbs, students will also learn about transitive verbs and the different objects they can be constructed with, as well as the use of two pronouns in affirmative imperative sentences. The unit will also cover the use of ce qui, ce que, and subordinate conjunctions that introduce the subjunctive.
The lessons will also cover the use of reflexive verbs to express position, the use of rendez-vous, the adjective autre, and the use of le style indirect with DEMANDER and various conjunctions and imperative sentences. By the end of the unit, students will have a comprehensive understanding of advanced features of the French language and be able to use their knowledge in real-life situations.