- Bob did nothing.
- Luc saw no one.
- Liselle ate something bad.
- Camille talked to someone.
- Jean-Claude speaks only French.
- We've been in Paris for five days.
- Pierre and Antoine have taken math for ten years.
- Pauline has been taking history for three months.
- Someone has been using the phone for three hours.
- Something has been making noise (faire du bruit) since midnight.
- No one has been here for two hours.
- No one has been here since two in the afternoon.
- Nothing has been happening for two weeks.
- I haven't seen anyone for three days.
- I have been eating only bread and cheese since Monday.
[30 minutes] L'examen de vocabulaire 4.2! pp. 130–133
[60 minutes] Chapter 4 Grammar Quiz Review!
Then practice the time expressions by revising these sentences: students change depuis sentences to ça fait/il y a... que structure and vice versa.
Then practice the someone/no one expressions by changing #1–4 to say different things (CAH will prescribe).
Then practice the ne... que structure by writing the following five sentences:
- I watched only two movies. [Yes, the que goes after the verb, right before the direct boject we are limiting!]
- Robert only wants a sandwich.
- We did only one grammar exercise.
- We took only one French test.
- My friends bought only three baguettes.
Finally, practice object pronouns in the past tense by writing the following sentences:
- The sandwich? Marie ate it.
- The pie? We ate it.
- The sandwiches? Liselle ate them.
- The pies? I ate them.
- The class? They took it. [use suivre!]
- The car? Robert followed it.
- The math classes? Guillaume took them. [again, use suivre!]
- The girls? The dog followed them.
Les Devoirs: rien! Mais édiez comme fou pour l'examen de grammaire de Chapitre 4, que vous allez passer vendredi!