Plus-Que-Parfait Tense – Mini French Lesson

Put the verb in parentheses in the plus-que-parfait tense: The infinitive is the verb voir, and I’d like you to use ne … jamais as negation: 👉 Nous (ne jamais voir) la mer. Use the plus-que-parfait along with negation. 👉 Nous n’avions jamais vu la mer. 👉 Translation: We had never seen the sea. BeContinue reading “Plus-Que-Parfait Tense – Mini French Lesson”

French Relative Pronoun: DONT

Link the following sentences using a relative pronoun: Choose between QUI – QUE – OÙ – DONT: 👉 Voici l’appartement. Tu m’as parlé de cet appartement. Use a pronoun to make one sentence and avoid repeating the word appartement. 👉 Voici l’appartement . . . tu m’as parlé de. Which relative pronoun is the bestContinue reading “French Relative Pronoun: DONT”

French Subjunctive – Il faut que

Always use the subjunctive after Il faut que… Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb boire: 👉 Il faudra que je _______ six verres d’eau par jour. 👉 Il faudra que je boive six verres d’eau par jour. When you begin a sentence with Il faut que, you must follow upContinue reading “French Subjunctive – Il faut que”

Intermediate French Grammar Review

👇 Jennifer describes this intermediate French grammar review 👇 This thorough intermediate level French review includes: Seven 30 minute review videos covering 600 review questions Grammar questions, answers, and explanations given in English 18 video lessons and 20 printable study guides for grammar topics Preview LLL’s Intensive Review Course C’EST vs IL EST 👇 Listen to Jennifer’s explanation of this grammarContinue reading “Intermediate French Grammar Review”

Daily French Conversation – À la Boulangerie

👇 Scroll down to watch À la Boulangerie and to sign up for free learning resources 👇 French Dialogue – À la Boulangerie Watch and listen to see how daily conversations flow in French. The theme of this dialogue is À la Boulangerie. As you listen to the conversation you will improve your comprehension, andContinue reading “Daily French Conversation – À la Boulangerie”

French Faire Expressions

FAIRE is often used with sports and housework, but also with many other idiomatic expressions.  Notice how the English translation doesn’t always translate to DO or MAKE. CONJUGATE THE VERB FAIRE IN 11 TENSES  faire du volley to play volleyball faire du foot to play soccer faire du golf to golf faire du vélo toContinue reading “French Faire Expressions”

Telling a Story in French – Rencontrez Paula – Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking

The personal descriptions of characters in this French learning resource can either be used as speaking or writing prompts. This resource also includes a listening comprehension component. One of my students said, “It’s nice to have all of this background information about the character. It feels like we can gossip about him…” Doing this activity was a lot ofContinue reading “Telling a Story in French – Rencontrez Paula – Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking”

Telling a Story in French – Rencontrez Kevin – Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking

The personal descriptions of characters in this French learning resource can either be used as speaking or writing prompts. This resource also includes a listening comprehension component. One of my students said, “It’s nice to have all of this background information about the character. It feels like we can gossip about him…” Doing this activity was a lot ofContinue reading “Telling a Story in French – Rencontrez Kevin – Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking”

French Plus-Que-Parfait Tense

👇 Scroll down to watch Jennifer’s lesson on the plus-que-parfait 👇 Practice and master forming the plus-que-parfait with this Quizlet study set Use the French PLUS-QUE-PARFAIT tense when you want to say that an action happened at some point in the past and it happened before something else did. In this lesson all of myContinue reading “French Plus-Que-Parfait Tense”

French Conditional Tense Story

La Journée de Vanessa – French Present Conditional 👇 Scroll down for the English translation of this story 👇 La Journée de Vanessa Le réveil de Vanessa sonnerait à six heures.  Elle ne se lèverait pas tout de suite.  Elle resterait au lit jusqu’à six heures et demie.  Ensuite, elle prendrait son petit-déjeuner.  Elle mangeraitContinue reading “French Conditional Tense Story”

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