A1 Level Circling Activity – Practice and master regular French verbs in 3 tenses

Practice regular French verbs using this proven method Circling is the instructional practice of asking a series of prescribed questions in the target language about a statement in the target language. Circling is used to provide students with contextualized repetitions of target structures. Research shows that language learners need between 70-150 repetitions of a structureContinue reading “A1 Level Circling Activity – Practice and master regular French verbs in 3 tenses”

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 for the most part regular verbs, and their conjugation in the present tense follows a set pattern; you just need to drop the -IR ending of the infinitive form of the verb (in English, the infinitive formContinue reading “Regular French Verbs Ending in -IR”

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 “Regular French Verbs Ending in -ER”