French Pronouns Top Ten Questions

French Pronouns Top Ten Questions Types of French pronouns:  All you need to know Enroll in Love Learning Languages French Academy Download a PDF version of this blog post Scroll down to the bottom of this page to practice pronouns with an exercise on Quizlet. 1. Question:  How can you tell the difference between a DIRECT OBJECT and an INDIRECT OBJECT? Answer:  DIRECT OBJECTS answer the questions WHO? WHAT? QUI? QUOI? Answer:  INDIRECT OBJECTS answer the questions TO WHOM? FOR WHOM? À QUI / POUR QUI? Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? 2. Question:  What are some common verbs that are followed by À and that take an indirect object? Answer:  Here are some common ones.  Notice that many of these verbs do NOT need an indirect object in English. acheter à / pour to buy for… J’achète des cadeaux pour mes amis. Je leur achète des cadeaux. emprunter à to borrow from… J’emprunte de l’argent à mon ami. Je lui emprunte de l’argent. prêter à to loan to… Je prête ma voiture à mon frère. Je lui prête ma voiture. offrir à to give / to offer to… J’offre des fleurs à ma copine. Je lui offre des fleurs. rendre à to return something to… Je rends son livre à Pierre. Je lui rends son livre. donner à to give to… Je donne à manger aux enfants. Je leur donne à manger. vendre à to sell to… Je vends des biscuits aux enseignants. Je leur vends des biscuits. parler à to speak to… Je parle à mon père. Je...

French Listening Comprehension Exercise: Arriving at the Airport in Paris

French Listening Comprehension Exercise:  Arriving at the Airport in Paris   Practice and master the vocabulary used in this exercise using the QUIZLET study set below. Do you want to improve your listening skills in French? Are you planning a trip to France? Do you want to practice your listening comprehension skills and find out what happens when you arrive at the airport? This is a French listening comprehension activity about what happens when this traveler arrives at Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, the City of Lights!   Comprehension questions follow the listening activity.  You may have to listen to it several times to get all of the answers. Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? FRENCH TEACHERS: Click here for a comprehensive lesson based on this video. FRENCH LEARNERS: Click here to enroll in the course and improve your French while riding around in the car French Listening Comprehension Exercise:  Arriving at the Airport in Paris Les Questions : 1.         Je suis arrivée à quel aéroport ? 2.         J’ai enregistré combien de bagages ? 3.         Quelles sont mes 3 options pour aller à Paris ? 4.         Quelle option est-ce que j’ai choisi ? 5.         Pourquoi est-ce que je n’ai pas pris le taxi ? 6.         Le trajet pour arriver à Paris a pris combien de temps ? 7.         Quand je suis arrivée à Paris, j’ai vu quel monument ? 8.         Maintenant que je suis à Paris, comment est-ce que je vais aller à mon hôtel ? 9.         Mon hôtel se trouve dans quel district, dans quel quartier ? Check your answers when you enroll in the mini-course...

40 Awesome French Adjectives

40 Awesome French Adjectives Subscribe to my YouTube channel and you won’t miss a single French lesson:  Cliquez ici Support the LLL French Resource Project on Patreon Watch the video lesson above to learn how to compare using adjectives in French, then learn this list of French adjectives and you’ll really enrich your vocabulary. Everything you say will sound better, and YOU will sound more French! Practice and master this list of adjectives down at the bottom of this page with a Quizlet study set. Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French?  Click here for a complete lesson on comparing using French adjectives. Click here for a list of 30 awesome French adverbs. Click here to download a PDF version of this list 1 bon good 2 mauvais bad 3 joli pretty 4 gentil nice 5 fort strong 6 drôle funny 7 bizarre odd 8 effrayé scared 9 fâché angry 10 cher expensive 11 courageux brave 12 désorienté confused 13 difficile difficult 14 facile easy 15 épuisé exhausted 16 fatigué tired 17 grave totally (slang) 18 gros fat; heavy 19 impossible impossible 20 juste fair 21 libre free; available 22 meilleur better 23 moche ugly 24 navré sorry 25 pareil the same 26 pauvre poor 27 pressé in a hurry 28 prêt ready 29 ravi delighted 30 simple uncomplicated 31 sympa nice 32 tranquille calm 33 travailleur hardworking 34 triste sad 35 vide empty 36 vieux old 37 méchant mean 38 inquiet worried 39 haut high 40 bas low CONNECT WITH LLL WEBSITE – Find out how to take private French lessons on Skype or...

30 Awesome French Adverbs

30 Awesome French Adverbs Subscribe to my YouTube channel and you won’t miss a single French lesson:  Cliquez ici Support the LLL French Resource Project on Patreon Watch the video lesson above to learn how to form adverbs in French, then learn this list of French adverbs and you’ll really enrich your vocabulary. Everything you say will sound better, and YOU will sound more French! Practice and master this list of adverbs down at the bottom of this page with a Quizlet study set. Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? There are also many short, common adverbs that are used all the time. Click here for a lesson on common adverbs and where to place them in a sentence. Click here to download a PDF version of the list Click here for a list of 40 awesome French adjectives 1 clairement clearly 2 rapidement quickly 3 bien well 4 mieux better 5 fréquemment frequently 6 poliment politely 7 couramment fluently 8 brillamment brilliantly 9 mal badly 10 vite fast 11 honnêtement honestly 12 souvent often 13 lentement slowly 14 doucement softly 15 heureusement fortunately 16 malheureusement unfortunately 17 franchement frankly 18 absolument absolutely 19 vraiment really 20 récemment recently 21 suffisamment sufficiently 22 méchamment spitefully 23 précisément precisely 24 profondément deeply 25 énormément enormously 26 sûrement surely 27 calmement calmly 28 prudemment carefully 29 effectivement indeed 30 habituellement usually CONNECT WITH LLL WEBSITE – Find out how to take private French lessons on Skype or book an immersion tour in France. YOUTUBE – 200 + French grammar lessons with Jennifer FRENCH BLOG – Have a look...

ALLER – ÊTRE – AVOIR – FAIRE: Scrambled sentences exercise

ALLER – ÊTRE – AVOIR – FAIRE:  Scrambled Sentences Exercise The following are scrambled sentences using the 4 most common verbs in the French language.  Put all of the words in the right order to form grammatically sound sentences.  Check your answers at the bottom of the page.  Click here to download this exercise on the French verbs ALLER, ÊTRE, AVOIR and FAIRE. French teachers, you can feel free to use this resource with your students. Scroll down to see my other resources for teaching être, aller, avoir and faire. Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French?                                                    ALLER 1 mon / Je / aller / chien / vais / parc / avec / au 2 ce / Tu / vas / soir / parler / téléphone / au 3 États-Unis / Il / semaine / va / prochaine / voyager / aux / la 4 à / Nous / dîner / allons / la / ce / pizzeria / soir 5 allez / travailler / vendredi / Vous 6 l’addition / ne / vont / Ils / partager / pas ÊTRE 1 7h / bureau / Je / au / depuis / suis 2 téléphone / es / Tu / qui / avec / au 3 intéressante / Elle / et / très / est / jolie 4 trente / Nous / depuis / cours / sommes / français / en / de / minutes 5 France...