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Lesson 5,
Yaaaaawwwwwwwnnn!......

No sign of Fleur still......

It's a hot day.....

I'm feeling,

sleeeeeeeeeeepyyyyyyyyyyyyyy......

Aaaaaaaaaahhhh.
OH hi!
Sorry I'm late!
Hey are you sleeping?

Sorry, I was helping sort out some things for my sister's birthday party.
You're invited of course, it's tomorrow.
Hooray I love birthday parties.

Will there be cake and chocolate bones?
Of course there will; and games, like tug of war, chase the stick, and pin the dynamite on the cat.

But first, since its a birthday, you need to know how to talk about how old someone is.

So lets get the lesson started shall we.
To ask how old someone is, you say,
Quel âge as-tu?
If it's an adult, you should say,
Quel âge avez vous?
Try it now ask me, Quel âge as-tu?

Quel âge as-tu?
J'ai deux ans.
I'm two years old.
It was my birthday a few weeks ago.
Quel âge as-tu?
J'ai errrm, how do I say one?
Numbers from one to five are,
un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq,
Pronounced ern, der, twa, kat, sank.
So I say,
J'ai un ans?
Oui, bravo Rocky. Oh there's my uncle Jaques,
Oncle Jaques, quel âge avez vous?
J'ai huit ans, pourquoi?
J'enseigne le français. Ah! Ma petite maîtresse, bonne chance. Au revoir.
What did he say? He called me his little schoolmistress.
Bonne chance means good luck.
I have to go now,
there is so much to do before the party.
O.K. au revoir, merci Fleur. See you tomorrow.
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lesson 1 lesson 2 lesson 3 lesson 4 lesson 5 1-5 review