Pour aller en Ville…? • • Saying what there is in your town. • Asking and giving directions in the town • Saying where things are in the town. Look at the following places in the town and revise the vocab you have already seen. Perhaps test your partner? Note down any new vocab. La cathédrale Le stade Le centre commercial Le parc Le cinéma La gare La plage La piscine Le magasin de souvenirs Le centre sportif La gare routière How to say “to..” Ensure you already have this vocab copied in your books. à + le = au >>>>> je vais au cinéma à + la = à la >>>> je vais à la plage I go to the shopping centre Je vais àaule centre commercial I go to the beach Je vais à la plage How to say “how do you get there / where is..” Ensure you already have this vocab copied in your books. Pour aller au supermarché s’il vous plait? How do you get to the supermarket? Pour aller à la poste s’il vous plait? How do you get to the post office? Pour aller à l’ église s’il vous plait? How do you get to the church? Pour aller aux magasins s’il vous plait? How do you get to the shops? Task 1 : Looking at the map and the speech bubbles describing where things are in the town work out what place the numbers on the map represents. Eg. 1 = le théâtre (because it says le théâtre est dans le jardin public / The theatre is in the park) Task 2 : Now you are going to create your own map of a town and your challenge is to write full sentences in French describing where things are in your town on your map. In your zones you should do the following: Mezzanine: create 3 sentences using devant ( in front of), entre ( between) and derrière ( behind) Front: create 4 sentences using devant ( in front of), entre ( between), derrière ( behind) and après ( after) Centre: create 5 sentences using any of the prepositions from the pink box page 93 / previous slide. If you do not want to draw your own map you will find Extra / Homework : To practise vocab on places in the town, directions and saying where things are in the town, complete the following worksheet.