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Curso de francés para secundaria y bachillerato Granollers

curso-de-frances S.L.U


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Ofrecemos clases y cursos de…

Idiomas    Inglés, Francés, Alemán, Chino, Castellano, Catalán, Español para extranjeros

Ciencias   Matemáticas, Física, Química, Naturales, Biología

Humanidades Sociales, Historia, Filosofía, Lengua Castellana y Literatura, Otras letras, Escritura, Oratoria y comunicación, Lectura, Lengua catalana y literatura

Prueba de acceso: Comunes : Matemáticas científicas y sociales , castellano, catalán, inglés

Específicas :  Dibujo técnico , tecnología, química, biología, economía, francés, Filosofía.

Tecnología  Dibujo técnico

Examenes Especiales GMAT, IELTS, TOEFL, Selectividad, Otros examenes, Pruebas de acceso, FCE First Certificate in English, CAE Certificate in Advanced English, CPE Certificate Proficiency in English, Graduado en ESO…

General General, Primaria y ESO, ESO y Bachillerato, Primaria, Ciclos Formativos

Ciencias socialesGeografía, Matemáticas aplicadas

Apoyo especial Técnicas de estudio, Problemas de aprendizaje

Economía y empresa  Economía, Contabilidad, Administración de empresas

Casal de verano: Casal de verano, aula de verano, preparación de exámenes de septiembre,



DELF, diplôme d’études en langue française DELF A2

DELF, diplôme d’études en langue française
El DELF A2 se sitúa en la misma perspectiva y valida también las competencias lingüísticas de un usuario elemental, considerado como un actor social. El candidato ya es capaz de realizar tareas sencillas de la vida cotidiana. Puede utilizar las fórmulas de cortesía y de intercambio más frecuentes. 
Documento descriptivo de las pruebas

DELF, diplôme d’études en langue française DELF A1

DELF, diplôme d’études en langue française

Este nivel evalúa las competencias iniciales. Se trata del nivel más elemental de utilización de la lengua, denominado “de descubrimiento”. En esta fase, el alumno es capaz de llevar a cabo interacciones sencillas: puede hablar de sí mismo y de su entorno inmediato.
Documento descriptivo de las pruebas

The Period

The Period

Use a period at the end of a command.

  • Hand in the poster essays no later than noon on Friday.
  • In case of tremors, leave the building immediately.

Use a period at the end of an indirect question.

  • The teacher asked why Maria had left out the easy exercises.
  • My father used to wonder why Egbert’s ears were so big.

Use a period with abbreviations:

    Dr. Espinoza arrived from Washington, D.C., at 6 p.m.

Notice that when the period ending the abbreviation comes at the end of a sentence, it will also suffice to end the sentence. On the other hand, when an abbreviation ends a question or exclamation, it is appropriate to add a question mark or exclamation mark after the abbreviation-ending period:

    Did you enjoy living in Washington, D.C.?

Occasionally, a statement will end with a question. When that happens, it is appropriate to end the sentence with a question mark.

  • We can get to Boston quicker, can’t we, if we take the interstate?
  • His question was, can we end this statement with a question mark?
  • She ended her remarks with a resounding why not?
Acronyms (abbreviations [usually made up of the first letter from a series of words] which we pronounce as words, not a series of letters) usually do not require periods: NATO, NOW, VISTA, LASER, SCUBA, RADAR. Abbreviations we pronounce by spelling out the letters may or may not use periods and you will have to use a dictionary to be sure: FBI, NAACP, NCAA, U.S.A., U.N.I.C.E.F., etc.


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Short     A “ — —— ESTA  “ A “ TIENE UN SONIDO INTERMEDIO ENTRE  “ A   y la E “  EN ESPAÑOL  
bat                      can                    am                  at                    man                  rat   
cat                      bad                   bag                  sat                  hand                  than
had                     cap                   ham                back               stand                  sand
hat                     fan                   map                 glad                  lamp                  damp
Nota : Cuando la “ a “ va seguida de “ S , F o th “; o cuando la “ a “ está sola o no va seguida de consonantes. El sonido “ a “ se asemeja más a la “ a” en española.
Ask          mass       staff          ability          among             idea
Ass          grass       path        abound           amount           sofa


2dream verb

dreams; dreamed Listen to audio/ˈdrɛmt, ˈdri:md/ or dreamt Listen to audio/ˈdrɛmt/; dream·ing

1 : to have visions and thoughts in your sleep : to have a dream while you are sleeping [no obj] — often + of or about He dreamed of drowning and woke up trembling. I have trouble remembering the things I dream about. [+ obj] Last night I dreamed (that) you were here talking to me. Did it really happen or did I just dream it?

2 : to think about something that you wish would happen or something that you want to do or be [no obj] He tends to dream big but he never really does the things he dreams of doing. She stared out the window dreaming. [=daydreaming] You’re dreaming [=you’re completely wrong] if you think being a parent is going to be easy.often + of She spent hours reading love stories and dreaming of romance. They dreamed of success. He dreamed of becoming a teacher. [+ obj] As a child, I always dreamed (that) I would be an astronaut when I grew up. I sat on the porch and dreamed away the day. [=I spent the whole day thinking and dreaming] I never dreamt that it would be so difficult. [=it was much more difficult than I expected it to be]

dream on

informalused to say that you do not think something that another person wants or expects will ever happen I think my band will be famous one day. Dream on.
dream up [phrasal verb]

dream up (something) also dream (something) up : to think of or invent (something) in your mind
He dreams up all sorts of fantastic adventures. She tries a lot of new recipes that she dreams up herself. They dreamed up a plan to get the information.
never/not dream of

used to say that you would never do something or think of doing something I would never dream of asking for more money. Did you ever do anything to hurt her? I wouldn’t dream of it!




out·rage Listen to audio/ˈaʊtˌreɪʤ/ noun plural out·rag·es

1 [noncount] : extreme anger : a strong feeling of unhappiness because of something bad, hurtful, or morally wrong
Many people expressed outrage at the court’s decision. Public outrage over the scandal was great. moral outrage

2 [count] : something that hurts people or is morally wrong
The rule is an outrage against women. This is an outrage! I won’t allow this kind of behavior to continue.



One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reoganize and to use prefixes.

A prefix: is one or two more syllables palced in front of  a root word to change the meaning of the root

Prefix         root                   new word

Dis          +   appear     =          disappear

Re            +  appear     =          reappear

Pre          +   appear     =          preappear

Some prefixes have a single, unchanging meaning.

Prefixes Having a Single Meaning

Prefix                Meaning                Example

Bene-                  good                       benefit

Circum             around               circumscribe

Equi                   equal                     equidisntat

Extra-                  outside          extracurricular

Intra                   within             intrastate

Intro                  into                  intospect

Prefix                Meaning                Example

Mal –                   bad                       maltreat

Mis-                    wrong                   misspell

Non –                    not                      nonworking  

Pre –                    before                  predawn

Sub –          under or below              subzero


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Today, we will study Conditional and Unreal  Past  

   In English we can express three important ideas with if
1- Likely or Probable

2- Unlikely or improbable

3- Impossible

So: Likely or probable 

Main clauseFuture ;  if …. Present   .
He will come if  you call him.
It means : something will happen if a certain  condition is fullfilled.

***Like clauses begining with Whenas soon as “, etc. “ Ifclausesalso have  no “ shall / will / would / shouldin them.

So: Unlikely or improbable 

Main clauseConditional ;  if …. Past   .


He would  come if  you called him.

It means : The probable result of a  certain  condition that we suppose  or imagen .

*** The “ ifclause “ is not taking place at this moment , but I can imagine the probable result. We inlude here all the Unreal Ifs “, Like:

If you were a fish, the cat wouldn’t  eat you.

So: “Impossible  

Main clauseConditional  perfect ;  if …. Past  perfect   .


He would  have come if  you  had called him.

It means :  He didn’t come ! Why ? Because you didn’t call him. .

*** All number three types are impossible  ideas, because we know  the condition was not fullfilled , but  we like to imagen the result  if ……….


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