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French Lessons - Taking Care of Yourself

Here are some important expressions about how you feel. Don't forget to try to mix them up with other pronouns so you get to practice the different forms of etre.

Je suis fatigue I am tired
Je suis heureux(se)I am happy
Je suis triste I am sad
Je suis nerveux(se) I am nervous
Je suis fache I am angry
Je suis excite I am excited
Je suis ravi(e)I'm delighted

Now, we can do the same with avoir:

J'ai faim I'm hungry
J'ai soif I'm thirsty
J'ai froid I'm cold
J'ai chaud I'm hot

Try using these simple sentences to practice forming negatives and questions.
Il est fatigue. Est-il fatigue? Il n'est pas fatigue. N'est-il pas fatigue? He is tired. Is he tired? He is not tired. Is he not tired?
Elle est heureuse. Est-elle heureuse? Elle n'est pas heureuse. N'est-elle pas heureuse? She is happy. Is she happy? She is not happy. Is she not happy?

Your turn. Rephrase each of the questions into the negative, interrogative and negative interrogative:

Je suis triste I am sad
Je suis nerveux(se) I am nervous
Je suis fache I am angry
Je suis excite I am excited
Je suis ravi(e)I'm delighted

Let's try it with avoir:

Tu as faim. As-tu faim? Tu n'as pas faim. N'as-tu pas faim? You are hungry. Are you hungry? You are not hungry. Are you not hungry?

Now let's get to know the parts of our body.
Le corps d l'homme et de la femmeest compose de trios parties: la tete, le tronc et les members. La tete est d'habitude couverte de cheveus; sinon, on est chauve.
The body of a man and of a woman is composed of three parts: the head, the trunk and the limbs. The head is usually covered with hair, if not, you are bald.

Les yeux, les sourcils,e nez, la bouche et le menton forment le visage, beau ou laid!
The eyes, the eyebrows, the nose, the mouth and the chin form the face, beautiful or ugly.
Entre la tete et le tronc, il y a le cou. Between the head and the trunk is the (there is) neck.
Le tronc porte generalement deux bras et deux jambs. The trunk usually has two arms and two legs.
Les bras se plient aux coudes et aux poignets. Ils sont termines par les mains. The arms bend at the elbows and at the wrists. They end at the hands
Les jambs se plient aux genoux et aux chevilles. Ils sont termines par les pieds. The legs bend at the knees and at the ankles. They end at the feet.

Mes bras My arms
Mes jambes My legs
Mes mains My hands
Mes pieds My feet
Ma tete My head
Mes yeux My eyes
Ma bouche My mouth
Mon nez My nose
Mes orrielles My ears
Mon dos My back
Ma poitrine My chest
Mes epaules My shoulders

Now try it with your arms, his legs, her feet, their eyes, etc. and try to put them into some sentences of your own. For example, Ses orreilles sont tres grandes.

What Did We Learn?

  1. I am hungry, I am cold, I am tired. I want to go home (rentrer chez moi).
  2. I am sad when I hear (entendre) that story (histoire).
  3. Tomorrow I am going to Disneyworld. I am very excited!
  4. Isn't she happy that her brother won (gagner) the prize (prix)?
  5. If you are hungry, let's go to a restaurant.
  6. There is a restaurant near here.
  7. On my head, there is hair.
  8. We have two eyes and two ears but only (seulement) one mouth.
  9. The neck is between (entre)the head and the shoulders.
  10. My neck is between my head and my shouders.

 

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