Le Langage Soutenu et Le Langage Familier – Formal vs Informal

Formal, Informal, Argot and Verlan, what are the differences? This is explained through the -ER verb “péter” which means to fart! The example used came organically in class when my student, Shadman, suggested the verb… then he became the butt of the joke! #goodsport

Below are links to various documents to help you practice and understand the rules and the video:

Vocabulary Sheet / Fiche de Vocabulaire: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18fJSoJGRWzUZajyJTtkdR9hSxaLrhbbmZACgltBN_Q/edit?usp=sharing

Study Sheet / Fiche de Révision Formal / Informal – Le Langage Soutenu et le Langage Familier: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PfhM60SGZHtqokJ28roy6mDH_QIP-A7eDPDBu_ahhZ8/edit?usp=sharing

Study Sheet / Fiche de Révision -ER verbs – Les Verbes en -ER: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DJguX6NzbIa6MWg6vBBnmAsN1Pd1bkDajHu57Lf1eOs/edit?usp=sharing

Worksheet / Fiche d’Exercices: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AiLuIx-6mFLbs3SxiYy7VinRQ7TXr_kgQLxw6MhehsU/edit?usp=sharing

Transcript / Monologue: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SF_7W7vzOO0iYPgXYb0ryHqtiYl5DTqnPdNjBLfd9QE/edit?usp=sharing

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