French Sentence Structure – Le Futur Simple et le Futur Antérieur

When Caroline finishes her studies, she will go to the United States. Lorsque Caroline aura terminé ses études, elle ira aux États-Unis. Comparing French and English Sentence Structure It can be interesting to look at French sentences and their English translations while comparing the two. Once you have identified corresponding words, you will realize howContinue reading “French Sentence Structure – Le Futur Simple et le Futur Antérieur”

Name That French Tense Activity – Practice Using French Tenses

Comparing French and English Tenses Name That Tense is an activity for advanced learners of French to practice verb tenses. This set of 200 practice cards provides a challenging review. STEP 1 – Begin by using the cards written in French, and simply identify and name the tenses you read without translating. STEP 2 – CHALLENGE: Use the cardsContinue reading “Name That French Tense Activity – Practice Using French Tenses”

L’Automne – Mini French Dialogue about Autumn

Practice your French as you read and listen to a one page dialogue between two people talking about l’automne. To access this free resource, you must be logged in to your LLL French Academy account. It’s free to sign up! You may also enjoy a French Fall Vocabulary list with 32 words and images. ShortContinue reading “L’Automne – Mini French Dialogue about Autumn”

French Future Tense Story – Le Futur Antérieur

La Journée de Vanessa – Le Futur Antérieur 👇 Scroll down for the English translation of this story 👇 La Journée de Vanessa Ce matin-là, le réveil de Vanessa aura sonné à six heures.  Elle ne se sera pas levée tout de suite.  Elle sera restée au lit jusqu’à six heures et demie.  Ensuite, elleContinue reading “French Future Tense Story – Le Futur Antérieur”

French Future Tense Story – Le Futur Simple

La Journée de Vanessa – Le Futur Simple 👇 Scroll down for the English translation of this story 👇 La Journée de Vanessa Le réveil de Vanessa sonnera à six heures.  Elle ne se lèvera pas tout de suite.  Elle restera au lit jusqu’à six heures et demie.  Ensuite, elle prendra son petit-déjeuner.  Elle mangeraContinue reading “French Future Tense Story – Le Futur Simple”

French B2 Level Pronouns and Tenses Translation Exercises

This is a translation exercise which focuses on using different tenses or verbal constructions and pronouns at the B2 level. Look for the answer key at the bottom of this page. Don’t worry if your translations aren’t exactly like mine. Look for essential grammar mistakes rather than choice of vocabulary. Click here to see a translationContinue reading “French B2 Level Pronouns and Tenses Translation Exercises”

French B1 Level Pronouns and Tenses Translation Exercises

This is a translation exercise which focuses on using different tenses or verbal constructions and pronouns at the B1 level. Look for the answer key at the bottom of this page. Don’t worry if your translations aren’t exactly like mine. Look for essential grammar mistakes rather than choice of vocabulary. Click here to see a B2Continue reading “French B1 Level Pronouns and Tenses Translation Exercises”

Beginner French Review – Regular French verbs in the present, passé composé, and futur proche 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 “Beginner French Review – Regular French verbs in the present, passé composé, and futur proche 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 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”

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