RĆgles pour les affiches des couleurs

 

This is designed - actually it was not designed at all, but came up spontaneously the other day and is being designed as we proceed - as a quick little project to reinforce your familiarity with color adjectives in French.  It will also serve to reinforce certain grammar concepts, as well as prompt you to learn the basics of the demonstrative determinants on your own.

Your product will include:

1.     five images clipped from magazines or other sources which show your color.

2.     captions in which you

a.     use the right form of ce, cet, cette, or ces  (see chapter 10, page 185)

b.     the name of the thing in each image (you may have to use a dictionary to learn the word and to be sure it is spelled correctly, whether singular or plural, and to make sure the demonstrative determinant is correct in gender and number)

c.     use the correct form of Étre (either est or sont)

d.     the name of the color, correctly agreeing in number and gender with the thing shown in the image (again a dictionary may be a necessary resource).

Size may range from letter size to poster size.

Captions may be word-processed, cut to size and stuck on or written legibly by hand.  In either case the letters should be of appropriate size so as to be easily visible.

 

 

Deadline – December 1, 2009