Révision du trimestre :
What is this ? -This is my English book it is not square it is rectangular.
The corners are not round, they are square and pointed.
In my English book there are many pages;
on those pages there are many sentences, words and letters.
The book has a back and two sides, they are made of card-board.
At the beginning, there is a preface, at the end, there is a table of contents.
My book is not difficult, the lessons are easy, it is pleasant to work in it; I like it very much.

An object lesson : My English book

A sentence : une phrase
A word: un mot
A letter: une lettre
Many: beaucoup devant un mot pluriel
Much: beaucoup devant un mot singulier ou dans un sens vague.

I like it very much – je l’aime beaucoup

Another object lesson : My penknife

My penknife is in my pocket, but now I have it in my hand.
This is the blade and this is the handle.
The handle is made of wood or of ivory or of silver.
This handle is made of bone. I open my knife and I look at the blade;
this is the back of the blade and this is the edge.

The edge cuts.
With my penknife I sharpen my pencil

Blade : lame                           Handle : manche
Back : dos                                Edge : tranchant
Made of : fait de                   To cut : couper
To sharpen : tailler            Wood : bois
Silver : argent                        Bone : os
Ivory : ivoire                         Card-board : carton

My penknife is very useful        

Preterite of a regular verb to work

I worked               we worked
he worked            you worked
she worked          they worked
it worked

Quelques verbes irréguliers

S’asseoir : to sit down, se lever : to stand up , aller : to go, venir : to come
Ecrire : to write , lire : to read , prendre : to take , donner : to give
Dessiner : to draw , faire : to do, savoir : to know

Remarques de grammaire :

I-En anglais le prétérit correspond à la fois à l’imparfait et au passé défini.
Le prétérit des verbes réguliers se forme en ajoutant ed à l’infinitif.
Cette terminaison ne forme une syllabe à prononcer séparément qu’après les consonnes t et d.
corrected     repeated     mended
Le reste du temps on prononce ainsi :
asked = ask’t
worked = work’t
played = play’d

IV-Les verbes anglais sont toujours réguliers au présent.
(Les formes irrégulières des verbes ci-contre seront étudiées plus loin).

Revise :
Cardinal numbers
Ordinal numbers
Days and months

Spelling :                                              Orthographe :
One : first                                                eight : eighth
two : second                                          nine :  ninth
three : third                                           twelve : twelfth
five : fifth                                                twenty : twentieth

Abbreviations :
First 1st                                                  21st twenty-first
Second 2nd                                           33rd thirty third
Third 3rd                                               55 th fifty-five
Fourth 4th                                             55th fifty-fifth

Date :
Aujourd’hui  To-day is Monday the 1st of March
Demain To-morrow is the 2nd of March
Hier Yesterday was sunday the 28th of February 

Prépositions :
Certains verbes anglais sont toujours accompagnés d’une préposition :
To listen to                         to look at2°- Le rôle de la préposition est trés important

3°- Certaines prépositions modifient complètement le sens du verbe. 
Entrer to go in                sortir to go out
              to come in                      to come out
Monter to go up             descendre to go out
                to come up                             to come down
S’en aller to go off           retourner to go backEmployez le nombre ordinal pour indiquer le quantième du mois :
22 août
  the twenty second of August
30 juin  the thirtieth of June
31 Juillet thirty-first of july

Preterite of another regular verb:
= un autre
To count = compter

I counted in English           We counted
He counted in English      You counted
She counted in English    They counted
It counted in English

I count from one to twenty
Age- How old are you ?
= âgé, vieux

Answer- I am twenty years old
                  I am twelve and a half years old
A half=
une demie   a quarter = un quart  

Remarques de Grammaire :
Les prépositions at et to traduisent la même préposition française à.
s’emploie pour indiquer le repos I am at school
To s’emploie pour indiquer le mouvement I go to school.
Ainsi on dira :
I write to you
I speak to you
I go to
I come to
I give to

II- Les prépositions of et from traduisent la même préposition de.
marque le point de départ, la provenance.
I come from Paris

Birthday : anniversaire
I was born : j’étais je suis né
When ? quand ?

How old are you ? I am twenty years old
When is your birthday ?
My birthday is on the fifth of June 

In what year
   were you born ?   
I was born in the year 1902…….
(one thousand nine hundred and two) 

Remarques de Grammaire :
N’oubliez pas la préposition on devant une date.
I come on Tuesday
My lesson is on Wednesday
He was here on the 6th of January

II- Dites toujours : I was born 
                           pour: je suis né

III- Il y a entre in et into (dans) la même différence qu’entre at et to :
I am in the class room
I go into the class room

Vous avez une semaine voire quelques jours de plus pour apprendre cette leçon…
Bon courage