200 English-French Flashcards to study or revise Basic French Vocabulary and Grammar

200 English-French Flashcards to study or revise Basic French Vocabulary and Grammar

There are two files in this download. One in American English and one in British English. The printable PDF files consist of forty pages. You print them, fold them in two so that there is English on one side and French on the other. You glue them together and cut them out. Using a cardboard-like thicker sheet of paper in between the card pairs will make them more durable. If you wish you can get them laminated. There are five English - French card pairs on each page. The cards cover these structures and functions: Greeting Personal information (name, age, nationality, job, marital status, …) Quantities Prepositions of place Colors Weather Time What there is in a particular place Likes, preferences, favorites, ability, lack of ability, fear Permissions Requests Suggestions Offers Desires Prohibitions Obligations Future Prices and costs Occasions Diseases Possessive adjectives Subject pronouns Asking for and giving directions. Where buildings are Basic physical adjectives. Basic adjectives of feeling Comparisons of adjectives, nouns and adverbs In short, they comprise a wide range of areas. The structures and functions are presented as Question - Answer dialogs where possible. The questions are in red and the answers in black. Various possibilities of expressing the same idea or function are listed in the same card. The cards can be used for self-learning or in class. They are suitable for individual work, pair work or group work. They can be used as resource for any activity or game to learn, practice or revise basic French grammar and vocabulary. To facilitate learning, the information in the cards is presented as structures related to each other and with accompanying clip arts. All the clip arts were downloaded from www.openclipart.org and the images in the preview are from Creative Clips by Christa Wallden
OnlyTheBestOnes
Formel ou Familier (Formal vs Familiar in French) Nametag activity

Formel ou Familier (Formal vs Familiar in French) Nametag activity

Print on cardstock. Cut into nametags. Give 1 nametag to each student. Students circulate speaking with classmates and using correct expressions based upon the name on the nametag. Use to practice formal vs familiar and il vs elle. May be used with many lessons: · bonjour vs salut · Ça va vs Comment allez-vous · Comment t’appelles-tu vs Comment vous appelez-vous · Je te / vous présente · il / elle s’appelle · Quel âge as-tu vs Quel âge avez-vous · Où habites-tu vs Où habitez-vous · D’où es-tu vs D’où êtes-vous · Au revoir vs salut Students should also respond appropriately to all greetings / questions.
jer520
FRENCH VOCABULARY CARDS #1

FRENCH VOCABULARY CARDS #1

495 introductory words and phrases, ideal for beginners French, which always give my students a real flying start - there are 990 matching French and English cards, featuring vocabulary in the following groups: **Vocabulaire: Les salutations Les jours de la semaine Les mois et les saisons de l’année Les nombres 0-100 Ma famille Les animaux Les matières scolaires Les fruits et légumes Les couleurs Les parties du corps Le temps Les pays Quelle heure est-il? (o’clock/half past) Les adjectifs La nourriture et les boissons Verbes français En ville Mots fréquents Le français pour la salle de classe Questions et réponses Conversation** There are five sets, each with 99 words and phrases (198 vocabulary cards). Each set also has an 18-page reference, recall and write workbook, with 3 differentiated challenges in each, as well as a full French-English alphabetical reference list, which is great as a year-round reference resource, not only when we’re working on these specific vocabulary groups. My students really enjoy applying and practising their French by creating game/quiz cards for each other, which is an additional way of consolidating vocab. I’ve found the best way to help students really learn their vocab is to allow them frequent and regular opportunities to work and learn independently with the cards and workbooks - not only when we’re focusing on these specific vocab groups, but throughout the whole school year - even more advanced students enjoy going ‘back to the start’! You don’t have to use all the cards at once - simply choose the vocab you want to focus on - the sets are really versatile - I use them for directed learning time, free-choice activity, homework, revision/holiday work and cover lessons for example. There are ten non-editable files in a zipped format. My resource is copyright, and can’t be shared with anyone, in any way - for wider departmental use, please purchase the whole-school license - colleagues further afield must purchase their own resource. I’ve explained copyright etc in my Terms of Use, which I’ve included here - please read them. Merci beaucoup, bon apprentissage et bon divertissement !
LivelyLearning
Key Stage 3 French - Me, my family and friends - Vocabulary and grammar booklet

Key Stage 3 French - Me, my family and friends - Vocabulary and grammar booklet

This 17-page vocabulary and grammar booklet is designed to accompany the Key Stage 3 French ‘Me, my family and friends’ new GCSE-style questions booklet, available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/key-stage-3-french-me-my-family-and-friends-new-gcse-style-activities-11885424 The booklet contains clearly set-out key vocabulary and grammar for introducing the topic of ‘me, my family and friends’ in Key Stage 3. A free sample of the booklet is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/key-stage-3-french-introducing-myself-vocabulary-and-grammar-11950472
katelanguages
Key Stage 3 French - Introducing myself - Vocabulary and grammar

Key Stage 3 French - Introducing myself - Vocabulary and grammar

Vocabulary and grammar to introduce yourself in French. This is a free sample of a vocab and grammar booklet on the topic of ‘me, my family and friends’ which is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/key-stage-3-french-me-my-family-and-friends-vocabulary-and-grammar-booklet-11950474
katelanguages
French Board Game: Greetings/Les Salutations

French Board Game: Greetings/Les Salutations

A board game to consolidate understanding of ‘greetings’ vocabulary. Introduce some fun and an element of competition into the lesson. 3 versions included- Easy French to English, Intermediate French to English and Intermediate English to French. A vocabulary sheet to support with answers is included so pupils can work independently. Also included is a sheet with a template for a paper dice and paper counters (just in case you are in a hurry and no time to find any)
betsybelleteach
French - At the restaurant - pain au chocolat

French - At the restaurant - pain au chocolat

A complete lesson for young children reviewing lunch and breakfast vocabulary, and for ordering food and drink at a French restaurant. Role play with waiter and customer. Worksheet and whole lesson and homework provided.
leszekekert
French Trapdoor Speaking

French Trapdoor Speaking

A set of three trapdoor activities to help Year 7s practise producing oral language in French. The basics (name, age, personality, appearance) are covered in one and there are further activities on the topics of school, places in the town and free time. Students should work in pairs with one trying to guess the option from each box the other has chosen. If they guess correctly, they move on to the next box and if not, they must go back to the start.
viertalig
French 'Tout sur moi' All about me sheet- End of Year or First Lesson Back activity

French 'Tout sur moi' All about me sheet- End of Year or First Lesson Back activity

Great end of year activity especially for pupils who enjoy doodling and making things look pretty- this is surely a winner for a gel pen fan! It would also make a great first lesson 3 slides included Pre-populated poster with answers filled in. A version with questions written at the top of each box for pupils to respond to An empty version without the question so pupils have autonomy over content. This is also editable so you can amend the language according to your year group and topic. Simply add text boxes over the box and put your own question in. Two word mats are also included to support pupils with vocabulary they probably should know but maybe haven’t used since September/October and they want some kind of reference! These make great start of topic glossaries or learning homework sheets as well so print and use next year.
betsybelleteach
Escape the room -Languages (Spanish and French)

Escape the room -Languages (Spanish and French)

Perfect resource for the end of Year 6 and beginning/end of year 7. Escape the room type of lesson -students need to solve different tasks to be able to escape the room. At the end of every activity students get a clue to the following in order to escape the room. All the materials are designed in Spanish and French and they are easily adaptable. The power point contains: slide with instructions, a map with how to plan the lesson and all the materials you will need + all the materials you will need in the following slides. Tasks include: Colours Countries Numbers and mathematical operations (Numeracy skills) Sports Animals Translation activities Basic opinions Introductions/greetings Great resource to motivate students! This lesson requires some preparation regarding materials but your students will never forget it!
priscilarg89
French Revision Activities (Back to School)

French Revision Activities (Back to School)

A BUNDLE of Beginners French revision printable activities for KS2 or early KS3. A giant crossword, 5 differentiated Snakes and Ladders games, six 10-card loop games, a jigsaw puzzle and a Greetings and Introductions board - ideal first week back / back to school fun activities. SNAKES AND LADDERS: Beginners French Speaking Games: 5 printable gameboards, with differentiation, for Snakes and Ladders (Serpents et Echelles) to practise basic French vocabulary orally. Any clues not managed could perhaps be looked up online or in a French dictionary. It’s fine in A4 but if you are using it with a larger group you might want to print in A3. Answer and instruction cardsare included. Boards 1 and 2 feature French words to be translated into English, while boards 3 and 4 feature English words to be translated into French. Board 5 is for lower ability pupils and features pictures and multiple choice answers. Most vocabulary comes from these topics: calendar (le calendrier) - days (les jours de la semaine), months (les mois), dates etc. numbers (les nombres / les numeros) introductions and greetings weather (la meteo / le temps) classroom objects (les objets de la classe) colours (les couleurs) GIANT FRENCH BASICS CROSSWORD: Beginners French vocabulary writing revision activity for French Numbers (Les Nombres / Les Numeros), Calendar (Days, Months, Dates - Les Jours, Les Mois, La Date), Greetings and Introductions, Colours (Les Couleurs), Weather (La Meteo / Le Temps), Classroom Objects (Les Objets de la Classe) and more. A large (about 100 clues) crossword puzzle, ideal for group work, with children perhaps competing against other groups to solve the puzzle as fast as possible. In addition to the Crossword Solution, there is also an alphabetical list of answers which you can give out to pupils for support where necessary. It’s fine in A4 but if you are using it with a larger group you might want to print in A3. FRENCH GREETINGS AND INTRODUCTIONS GAMES: Beginners French Speaking Games for this key area. A board game and vocabulary card for fun practice of basic French greetings (les salutations), farewells and introductions (Je me presente / Introducing myself), six 10-card loop games and a jigsaw puzzle. Instructions for all activities are included. With the board game, students take turns to roll a dice and move the appropriate number of spaces. They have to say aloud in French the word, phrase or question they land on, otherwise they return to the space they came from. 3 versions are included (with minor changes around nationality and country to suit different locations). The vocabulary card can be provided for support where required. There are also six 10-card loop games, which are coloured differently. If printing in black and white use different coloured card to help keep them separate. Designed for oral practice in small groups, with a student reading out the English word or phrase on their card and others checking if they have the French translation, then reading this out - and so on until the loop is completed. In each loop you can start at any point. With the jigsaw puzzle, print, laminate and cut out the 16 triangular pieces. Students match key French vocabulary with English translations to build a larger triangle.<br For previews and further information, please see the individual resources. I have some other French resources you might be interested in, available individually or in a variety of bundles to suit different needs. You can find more information about individual resources by clicking on the bundles. Huge French Basics Bundle (over 70 resources) French Basics Presentations Bundle French Basics Games / Activities Bundle French Basics Worksheets and Puzzles Bundle For engaging, time-saving printables and presentations to help plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources
FullShelf
French (Y4) KS1 KS2

French (Y4) KS1 KS2

A comprehensive package for teaching French to Year 4. It can also be used with, amended and adapted to other year groups. Songs, games, tasks and activities Intercultural Understanding Literacy Oracy Information Culture Numbers Likes and dislikes La Nourriture Food Transport Countries Full Assessment for Learning
LeeBakerLegion
French (Year 3) KS1 KS2

French (Year 3) KS1 KS2

A comprehensive package for teaching French to Year 3. It can also be used with, amended and adapted to other year groups. Songs, games, tasks and activities Intercultural Understanding Literacy Oracy Information Culture Numbers Names Alphabet Animals Colours Greetings Full Assessment for Learning
LeeBakerLegion
Primary KS2 French WHOLE FREE LESSON: Greetings and Saying your name (Level 1)

Primary KS2 French WHOLE FREE LESSON: Greetings and Saying your name (Level 1)

A beautiful set of lesson resources with the objective: To introduce ourselves, beginning this unique Learn as you teach KS2 Level 1 French scheme helping primary class teachers, TAs and home educators learn and French alongside their 6-11 year old pupils. It is the start of the Autumn 1 Primary French Level 1 series: About Ourselves. Seven free resources including: * A power point show with native speaker sound files covering locating France on a map; using 6 French greetings and asking and saying your name; * A sample of our lesson plans pdf featuring the vocabulary for the whole of the KS2 Level 1 Autumn 1 Primary French Unit: About Ourselves and lesson plan providing screen by screen guidance; *A sample set off 9 fun colour A4 Class Display materials/Flashcards ; * A sample of our A4 b/w illustrated copiable pupil workbook with the worksheet for lesson 1 featuring 3 differentiated tasks; * A sample of our colour illustrated pupil vocabulary learning mat with the vocabulary and images for lesson 1; * A complimentary copy of the cover and contents of the KS2 Level 1 Autumn 1 About Ourselves Unit; * Level 1 MFL work scheme for the 7-11 age range (Years 3-6:UK/Grades 2-5:USA) detailing all the lesson objectives and unit themes in the year. Enjoy and please please review. I would love to hear your feedback!
scwebster
PRIMARY FRENCH #1

PRIMARY FRENCH #1

This collection of PRIMARY FRENCH RESOURCES combines a great set of games and activities to keep your pupils engaged and challenged across the whole school year. It includes the following 14 resources: DIFFERENTIATED ANIMALS BINGO GAMES TWO DIFFERENTIATED ANIMALS FOLLOW ME I HAVE WHO HAS? GAMES DAYS, DATES, MONTHS & SEASONS DIFFERENTIATED CHALLENGE CARDS WITH RECORDING SHEET & ANSWER KEY 10 DIFFERENTIATED DAYS OF THE WEEK WORDS SEARCHES WITH ANSWER KEYS TWO SETS OF 20 FASCINATING FACTS ACTIVITIES - WHOLE-GROUP PRESENTATION, COMPREHENSION ACTIVITIES AND CHALLENGE CARDS MONTHS & SEASONS DIFFERENTIATED CHALLENGE CARDS WITH RECORDING SHEET AND ANSWER KEY NUMBERS 0-20 DIFFERENTIATED CHALLENGE CARDS WITH RECORDING SHEET & ANSWER KEY 10 DIFFERENTIATED WORD SEARCHES WITH ANSWER KEY - NUMBERS 0-20 NUMBERS 1-20 FLASHCARDS/POSTERS TELLING THE TIME O’CLOCK & HALF PAST FLASHCARDS/POSTERS 40 ESSENTIAL BEGINNING WORDS & PHRASES 8 WRITTEN & VERBAL VOCABULARY QUIZZES INTRODUCING CONJUGATION ETRE & AVOIR 10 DIFFERENTIATED WORD SEARCHES WITH ANSWER KEY If you’ve already purchased one of my PRIMARY FRENCH RESOURCE BUNDLES, or any individual resources, please read the description carefully to check that this bundle doesn’t include resources that you already have! All the files are non-editable and in a zipped format. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the bundle is copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only, and may not be shared in any way. Whole-school licenses are available. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON DIVERTISSMENT!
LivelyLearning
Ma personnalité - Card Game

Ma personnalité - Card Game

This game is a French version of the classic " I have… Who has …? " game, designed to practice asking and answering basic questions (name, age, nationality, family, siblings, pets, preferences etc) This is an easy-to-play game and a great way to practice essential language concepts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills. Directions: Cut out the cards along the dotted line and laminate. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies of each set. Give out all the cards in the set to the students. It is important to use all the cards. Choose a student to go first. I usually do that by a counting rhyme. Have the selected student read the question at the bottom of the card aloud and then put the card down. The student who has the card with the answer then reads that answer aloud. This student will then read the question at the bottom of their card and put the card down. Play continues in this fashion until all of the cards have been played. The game will end with the same student who started play. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that has been asked. I tell my younger students that this is a magic game and that the magic only works if you pay attention, which is actually true. The magic happens in the end, when the question on the last card actually matches the answer on the very first card. Enjoy!
didade
Je me présente

Je me présente

French introductions , greetings and asking how you are. Suitable for Primary students and Y7 who either haven’t studied French before or are starting from the beginning and going over the basics again. **Includes: ** PPT Worksheet (.pdf + .word) Revision sheet with vocabulary from PPT (.pdf + .word)
pekeh90
Greetings

Greetings

Greetings in French. How to greet people in French is explained in detail.
krishkanth
Paques Easter in France

Paques Easter in France

Paques Easter Book and Paques Wordsearch bundle. Discover Easter in France and how its celebrated. Also Je m’appelle a resource to help understand how to introduce yourself and others and a set of conversation cards to help the introductions along. Thank you for considering my resources. Enjoy
MissMollyMop
Bonjour! Access Studio

Bonjour! Access Studio

This unique resource covers the first unit of Studio Access “Bonjour!”. It covers the following objectives: 1- To know vocabulary related to greetings and introduction. 2- To understand how to say your name. 3- To be able to write a dialogue related to greetings and brief introduction of someone.
Mouraduk
French Conversation: All About Me

French Conversation: All About Me

2 introductory lessons on ppt - names and age (details below). Song to accompany (words on 2nd ppt). Created this for year 5 and the pupils really enjoyed it, especially when I split the boys and girls for the song. When a free resource, it was downloaded 5197 times with 4.2/5 stars Lesson 1 - Learning Intention: To be able to have a simple conversation in French Success Criteria: Be able to ask and respond to questions, understanding their meaning To listen carefully so that you use accurate pronunciation Lesson 2 - Learning Intention: To be able to add your age into conversation Success Criteria: I know how to say ‘hello’ I know how to ask ‘how are you?’ and reply. I know how to say ‘my name is…’ I know the numbers in French up to 11.
sahara_06
YEAR 7 FRENCH REVISION

YEAR 7 FRENCH REVISION

This revision resource is for French students in Year 7 who are studying for the AQA board. However, since all the boards seem to follow the same themes students studying other boards will find the resource very useful. There is vocabulary for ab initio students. There are speaking and writing exercises to help students retain the French vocabulary they have learnt during the year.
maryb777
French KS3 Y7 Ordering drinks using VOULOIR + recap on numbers.

French KS3 Y7 Ordering drinks using VOULOIR + recap on numbers.

Designed for a Y7 class, or Y8 foundation level recap, this task follows on from a previous resource where the NSA have tracked two French locals to a bar in Dinan and eavesdrop on the conversation of them ordering drinks, using Vouloir and a number of drinks (boissons). Designed to be a stimulating PowerPoint, it requires the teacher to build up the image of the National Security Agency spying on this café in Dinan. A student can be nominated to “control” the satellite as it zooms in (this requires the teacher to have a PowerPoint remote control). Students can then practise using a waiter ordering “tab” to note down what their fellow class members would like. Then they need to add tax (20%) and work out how to say the total in French.
alexander_mansfield
French KS3 Y8 Introduction to VOULOIR and declining invitations

French KS3 Y8 Introduction to VOULOIR and declining invitations

An interactive lesson that requires a confident teacher to pretend that his or her mobile has connected to the projector/display. Makes full use of sound. Gets less interested children, especially lower set, enthused about learning some grammar and pretending to write a reply. Designed for Y8 lower ability, can also be used for confident Y7s.
alexander_mansfield
French Beginners: Jeopardy Game

French Beginners: Jeopardy Game

Engaging interactive PowerPoint for whole class jeopardy game. Categories covered: greetings, family, animals, fruit, transport. Four questions for each category, increasing in difficulty. Pupils work in teams to answer questions. Score is kept on a flip chart or whiteboard. Correct answers gain the points indicated. Incorrect answers lose that number of points.
ReallLanguages
French for Adults: Beginners: Parts 1-1 to 1-5 (Only £8!!)

French for Adults: Beginners: Parts 1-1 to 1-5 (Only £8!!)

This bundle allows you to purchase the following ‘French for Adults at beginner’s level’ resources for ony £8!: Part 1-1: Greetings and definite/indefinite articles Part 1-2: Numbers 1-10 and where one lives Part 1-3: Days of the week, numbers 1-21, age, birthdays Part 1-4: Numbers 1-31, birthdays and festivals and ‘de’ - possession Part 1-5: Time: On the hour and regular ‘-er’ verbs in the present tense Preparation time for each resource: 30 minutes - 1 hour (introducing new vocabulary and also the transcript for the listening activity) Lesson length: 1 hour - 1.5 hours Each resource includes the worksheet, the sound file for the listening task and the listening transcript. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Revision Test for Year 7-9

Revision Test for Year 7-9

This comprehensive General Assesment is aimed at Year 7-9 students. Test lasts between 45 mn to 1h . It includes a 9 short vocab and grammar task and some Reading and Writing tasks. This fully editable resource is useful to revise basic French. Instructions are given in French
jeromsauvin
French Laptop Introductions

French Laptop Introductions

Using the image of a laptop, the pupils can choose one of the sheets to complete the task at the appropriate level. The 3 pages are: 1. Gap filling sentences for lower ability. 2. Lines for the children to write their own sentences on. 3. Blank screen.
sav11e
Ma carte d'identité

Ma carte d'identité

This set of resources is aimed at early KS3 level students or beginner students. It includes material to create French-like ID cards with your class.
MrLoutre
Les salutations

Les salutations

This resource is aimed at KS3 level students or beginner students. It includes material to go over the topic of "greetings" in French.
MrLoutre