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Slide 2 BLEU ROUGE JAUNEVIOLET MARRON BLANC NOIR ROSE GRIS VERT ORANGE Slide 3 All nouns in French are either masculine or feminine. Masculine nouns un livre un stylo un cahier un taille-crayon un crayon un feutre un sac Feminine nouns une rgle une trousse une gomme une calculatrice une feuille Slide 4 In English we use colors as adjectives before a noun eg:- a yellow pencil, a red book, a blue pen In French we use colors as adjectives after a noun. un stylojauneun livrerougeun crayonbleu Slide 5 Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12 What do you notice in these sentences? Slide 13 Slide 14 Slide 15 Slide 16 Slide 17 Slide 18 The words for these colors have changed! Why do you think these words are different? They describe feminine nouns. These are the color words which change with a feminine noun. BLEUE NOIRE VIOLETTE BLANCHE GRISE VERTE Slide 19 Les Rgles - When the color word ends in an _____, you DO NOT add an extra _____, but you DO add _____ if its plural. Exemple: When the color is named after a _______, the spelling DOES NOT change. Exemple: Exceptions: violette blanche Slide 20 1. I have a blue pen. Jai un stylo ________. 2. I have a green pencil case. Jai une trousse ______________. 3. I have a yellow marker. Jai un feutre ___________ 4. I have a white back pack. Jai un sac _____________ 5. I have a white eraser. Jai une gomme _____________.