French Dictée – B2 Level – Le Voyage

THEME LE VOYAGE LEVEL B2 – PRE-INTERMEDIATE LENGTH 240 – 260 WORDS INSTRUCTIONS Write exactly what you hear in the dictée.  I will read each sentence twice. Pause the video if you need more time to write.   Useful vocabulary:point = period; full stopvirgule = commapoint d’exclamation = exclamation markpoint d’interrogation = question mark GRAMMAR Grammar coveredContinue reading “French Dictée – B2 Level – Le Voyage”

French Dictée – B1 Level – Le Voyage

THEME LE VOYAGE LEVEL B1 – PRE-INTERMEDIATE LENGTH 160 – 180 WORDS INSTRUCTIONS Write exactly what you hear in the dictée.  I will read each sentence twice. Pause the video if you need more time to write.   Useful vocabulary:point = period; full stopvirgule = commapoint d’exclamation = exclamation markpoint d’interrogation = question mark GRAMMAR Grammar coveredContinue reading “French Dictée – B1 Level – Le Voyage”

French Dictée – A2 Level – Le Voyage

THEME LE VOYAGE LEVEL A2 – ELEMENTARY LENGTH 60 – 80 WORDS INSTRUCTIONS Write exactly what you hear in the dictée.  I will read each sentence twice. Pause the video if you need more time to write.   Useful vocabulary:point = period; full stopvirgule = commapoint d’exclamation = exclamation markpoint d’interrogation = question mark GRAMMAR Grammar coveredContinue reading “French Dictée – A2 Level – Le Voyage”

Intermediate French Dictée Exercises

This is a set of upper-intermediate level dictées. 20 dictations are included in this resource by Jennifer @ LLL French Academy. Each exercise is an exchange between two people (both read by Jennifer). These dictées are 2 – 3 sentences in length. Many tenses are used as well as pronouns. Dictation exercises are an excellent way toContinue reading “Intermediate French Dictée Exercises”

Regular French Verbs Ending in -DRE

Regular French Verbs Ending in -DRE  A high percentage of verbs in French end in -DRE. These are for the most part regular verbs, and their conjugation in the present tense follows a set pattern; you just need to drop the -RE ending of the infinitive form of the verb (in English, the infinitive formContinue reading “Regular French Verbs Ending in -DRE”

Regular French Verbs Ending in -IR

Regular French Verbs Ending in -IR  A high percentage of verbs in French end in -IR. These are mostly regular verbs, and conjugations in the present tense follow a set pattern. Scroll down for a list of common -IR verbs and to watch my video lesson on regular -IR verbs in the present, past, andContinue reading “Regular French Verbs Ending in -IR”

List of Regular French Verbs Ending in -ER

Regular French Verbs Ending in -ER  A very high percentage of verbs in French end in -ER. These are for the most part regular verbs, and their conjugation in the present tense follows a set pattern; you just need to drop the -ER ending of the infinitive form of the verb (in English, the infinitiveContinue reading “List of Regular French Verbs Ending in -ER”

French Prepositions Before Infinitives

Certain French verbs must be followed by DE, À, or NOTHING when an infinitive comes next.  This lesson includes common verbs that you will likely use on a regular basis.  You can follow any of these verbs with regular or irregular infinitives. TRÈS IMPORTANT:  Keep in mind that this is a lesson about verbs when followedContinue reading “French Prepositions Before Infinitives”

French Prepositions of Place

The following are sixteen of the most common French prepositions of location. Practice and master these prepositions to say where people and things are located in relation to other people and things.  Note that many of these prepositions are followed by de. This means you may need to form a contraction depending on the numberContinue reading “French Prepositions of Place”

Using the FUTUR SIMPLE with words like QUAND and other conjunctions

LEARN SEVEN ESSENTIAL WORDS AND PHRASES THAT ARE OFTEN FOLLOWED BY THE FUTURE TENSE. SOME WORDS AND PHRASES ARE OFTEN FOLLOWED BY THE FUTURE TENSE IN FRENCH EVEN THOUGH WE USE THEM WITH THE PRESENT TENSE IN ENGLISH. Watch my video lesson at the bottom of this post. The following are formally called conjunctions andContinue reading “Using the FUTUR SIMPLE with words like QUAND and other conjunctions”

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