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: **- 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
GCSE: Shopping for food and Routine

GCSE: Shopping for food and Routine

This resource includes 2 comprehensive PPT presentation on shopping for food and verbs of daily routine. First PPT is a 16 slidesPPT and includes useful verbs and vocab on food as well as shops and adverbs of frequency. The second one goes through useful food vocab for role play practice.
jeromsauvin
Articles et Fournitures scolaires (School objects in French) game

Articles et Fournitures scolaires (School objects in French) game

Print on cardstock and cut apart into individual cards. Make 1 set for every 2-3 students. Place cards face up on desk. Give students a phrase to translate: a book, the pens, etc. Students match the 2 cards for the phrase. Have students hold cards up for verification. Includes both definite and indefinite articles and nouns in both the singular and the plural.
jer520
French subjunctive and imperative paired or group speaking activity

French subjunctive and imperative paired or group speaking activity

French subjunctive and imperative paired or group speaking activity No prep printable paired or group speaking activity to practice forming the present subjunctive. Students will see how useful the subjunctive is with one expression repeated over and over again: Vous voulez que ____? Élève 1: Prenez le bus. (Student reads the sentence in the imperative) Take the bus. Élève 2: Vous voulez que je ____? (prenne le bus) You want me to take the bus? Élève 3: Vous voulez que nous ____? (prenions le bus) You want us to take the bus? Élève 4: Oui, je veux que vous ____? (preniez le bus) Yes, I want you to take the bus. Included: ☞ 2 pages of activities following the model in the example (30 sets of sentences) ☞ Answer key RELATED RESOURCES: ☞ French subjunctive or indicative paired activities and worksheet☞ French subjunctive or indicative paired activities and worksheet ☞ French subjunctive or indicative worksheet - Complétez les phrases ☞ French present subjunctive crossword puzzles - Mots croisés ☞ Verbes au subjonctif - 60 verbes français à conjuguer ☞ French present subjunctive battleship games ☞ French Subjunctive Video Lesson + Lesson Guide + Exercises - Le Subjonctif ☞ French present subjunctive sudoku games ☞ French subjunctive powerpoint jeopardy game - Le subjonctif ☞ French present subjunctive worksheet - Il faut que - Subjonctif présent
jenniferlcrespin
Avant de + perfect

Avant de + perfect

This resource is aimed at KS3 level students or beginner to intermediate learners. It includes material to go over the structure “avant de + perfect tense” and assumes students already know the perfect tense.
MrLoutre
Nous allons nous promener (we are going to go for a walk)

Nous allons nous promener (we are going to go for a walk)

This worksheet deals with how to conjugate the immediate future tense with reflexive verbs. You will learn how to use verbs in both positive and negative phrases, using 25 common reflexive verbs. There are two exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Boire du ... (de la / de l' / des) (to drink some ... - partitive articles)

Boire du ... (de la / de l' / des) (to drink some ... - partitive articles)

In this worksheet you will learn the verb ‘boire’ (to drink) along with the four different ways to say ‘some’ (du, de la, de l’ and des - partitive articles) and some common beverages. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Manger du ... (de la / de l' / des) (to eat some ... using partitive articles)

Manger du ... (de la / de l' / des) (to eat some ... using partitive articles)

In this worksheet you will learn the verb ‘manger’ (to eat) along with the four different ways to say ‘some’ (du, de la, de l’ and des - partitive articles) and some common food items. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
A-LEVEL FRENCH: year 1 tense conjugations

A-LEVEL FRENCH: year 1 tense conjugations

this resource contains notes in a flow chart style; which will help students to conjugate the right verbs in the right tense by just following the steps and rules. the tenses available are: l’imparfait, le present, le futur proche, le futur simple, le conditionnel, le passe compose, le passe simple, le subtonctif et le passe recent
lenks2000
Les Aspects de la société francaise: Les Tendances- FULL THEME- A Level French

Les Aspects de la société francaise: Les Tendances- FULL THEME- A Level French

In this BUNDLE: La famille en voie de changement: -La vie de couple : nouvelles tendances -Monoparentalité, homoparentalité, familles recomposées -Grands-parents, parents et enfants : soucis et problèmes La « cyber-société »: -Comment la technologie facilite la vie quotidienne -Quels dangers la cyber-société pose-t-elle ? -Qui sont les cybernautes ? Le rôle du bénévolat: -Qui sont et que font les bénévoles ? -Quelle valeur pour ceux qui sont aidés? -Quelle valeur pour ceux qui aident ? for each sub-topic: a PPT presentation and other resources covering: reading, speaking, listening and writing skills, video comprehensions, statistics discussions, translations French to English and English to French and markschemes, link to vocab learning course and vocab tests individual parts are £3 each (41% saved) click preview to see what is included in the .zip folders
laprofdefrancais
AQA French Unit 2 Technology full lesson

AQA French Unit 2 Technology full lesson

A whole lesson for unit 2 of the AQA French GCSE course with a reading comprehension in which students have to highlight key grammar points before writing their own paragraph. Includes criteria for students as well as a peer assessment sheet.
florencesheppard
Allez 1 - Unit 6 - KS3 - C'est mon truc - WHOLE UNIT - Worth £10!!

Allez 1 - Unit 6 - KS3 - C'est mon truc - WHOLE UNIT - Worth £10!!

All the lessons with editable power-points (10-15 slides each on average) for Unit 6, Allez 1 UNIT 6 - C’est mon truc - KS3 5 whole lessons + all the worksheets Please do not forget to read the teaching tips under some slides :-) Learn how to use possessive adjectives with clothes Revise adjective agreement with colors and clothes A weather forecast project and speaking activity Learn weather phrases in French with one direction A reading and writing activity about the weather in France Learn how to pronounce clothes with different activities Revise colors and learn about textures A speaking activity on clothes and time phrases A first introduction to the verb ‘porter’ A fun reading and writing activity on clothes and style Learn how to pronounce activities you do during the week Revise the verbs ‘jouer’ and ‘faire’ in the present tense + preposition Plenty of speaking exercises and games on activities and sport Grammar explanation on jouer + preposition A worksheet to build up vocabulary Homework to consolidate the topic Learn how to pronounce the time and daily routine reflexive verbs Learn how to tell the time in French and write it Learn how to use reflexive verbs in the present tense Plenty of mini-whiteboard activities to practise the time A worksheet to practise the use of reflexive verbs and write using them Plenty of challenge activities for your most able students
MllePierre
Allez 1 - Unit 6 - Mon week-end - 6.4 - daily routine - time - reflexive verbs - KS3 French

Allez 1 - Unit 6 - Mon week-end - 6.4 - daily routine - time - reflexive verbs - KS3 French

Allez 1 - Unit 6 - Mon week-end - 6.4 - daily routine - time - reflexive verbs - KS3 French This resource includes 3 worksheets and 2 power-points (about 15 slides each) on the topic of time and reflexive verbs with daily routine. Fully editable power-points Worksheets to accompany the power-points Learn how to pronounce the time and daily routine reflexive verbs Learn how to tell the time in French and write it Learn how to use reflexive verbs in the present tense Plenty of mini-whiteboard activities to practise the time A worksheet to practise the use of reflexive verbs and write using them Plenty of challenge activities for your most able students If you would like to check the standard of my resources, you can download unit 6.2 of the same chapter for FREE, here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/allez-1-unit-6-tu-portes-quoi-quel-temps-fait-il-6-2-free-11108167 I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on a particular slide or activity, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much.
MllePierre
The use of 'on' in French

The use of 'on' in French

In my experience the use of ‘on’ is often overlooked. The understanding of how it is used and translated is important for higher level students and certainly for those who wish to take French at A Level. This PowerPoint offers a structured approach to developing an understanding of how ‘on’ is used.
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Higher Level Structures - French

Higher Level Structures - French

A booklet with the following content Avoir expression Après avoir + PP Après être + PP Après s’être + PP Verb taking à + INF [x2] Verb taking de + INF [x2] Venir de + INF—present tense Venir de + INF—imperfect tense Ne…pas Ne jamais Ne…rien Other negatives Comparisons Alternative way of saying très connectives adverbs Opinions Plus 3 pages of perfect tense practice, avoir /etre / reflexives
chrome
Qu'est-ce qu'on peut faire ici? (What can you do here?)

Qu'est-ce qu'on peut faire ici? (What can you do here?)

In this worksheet you will find a range of activities that you can do, in a variety of locations, using the phrase ‘on peut’. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Aller, jouer ou faire? (Go, play or do?)

Aller, jouer ou faire? (Go, play or do?)

In this worksheet you will learn the different parts of the verbs ‘aller’ (to go), ‘jouer’ (to play) and ‘faire’ (to do) when used with a wide range of sporting, leisure and musical activities. In Exercise 1, students will input the correct conjugation of the suitable verb for the given activity, and then translate the phrase into English. In Exercise 2, the students will translate a phrase from English into French. All necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Quel temps va-t-il faire? (What is the weather going to be like?)

Quel temps va-t-il faire? (What is the weather going to be like?)

In this worksheet you will use the ‘immediate future’ tense to say what the weather ‘is going to be like’, using a wide range of forecasts. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Nous avons besoin de papier toilette! (We need some toilet paper!)

Nous avons besoin de papier toilette! (We need some toilet paper!)

In this worksheet you will learn how to say you need a range of every day items and the shops you need to go to in order to purchase them. It deal with ‘avoir besoin de’ and also different ways of saying what you 'have to/must/ need to (do). It also includes the different ways of saying ‘some’ (partitive article) for the grocery items and ‘to the’ for a range of shops. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability.
vettyjames
Les quantités et les emballages (Quantities and packaging)

Les quantités et les emballages (Quantities and packaging)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary that will help you understand different quantities and types of packaging, along with 30 common grocery items. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all the required vocabulary is provided. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Un sandwich au fromage (a cheese sandwich)

Un sandwich au fromage (a cheese sandwich)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary that will help you enquire about different flavourings for sandwiches, omelettes, soups and yogurts, using ‘au, à la, à l’ and aux’. You will learn the vocabulary for a wide range of flavours. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability.
vettyjames
Je voudrais une glace à la vanille (I would like a vanilla ice-cream)

Je voudrais une glace à la vanille (I would like a vanilla ice-cream)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary to help you order ice-creams and ice lollies. You will learn how to use ‘au, à la, à l’ and aux’ with a wide variety of different flavourings. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability.
vettyjames
Translation Year 13 English=> French

Translation Year 13 English=> French

This 3 page worksheet is aimed at Year 13 students. There are 3 exercises to practise translation and accuracy : the first exercise includes sentences to practise tenses (subjonctive, passé composé/imparfait, future…), the second exercise concentrates on common mistakes (pronouns, depuis, negative), the last exercise offers practice on the topic of diversity&difference / current trends. The answers are on the second document.
arianel
KS4 - new iGCSE - gap fills/writing tasks - whole textbook completed!

KS4 - new iGCSE - gap fills/writing tasks - whole textbook completed!

**Textbook used : edexcel International GCSE French Student Book 2nd ** I have created activities for my students to do for homework mostly It can be done in class or for a cover lesson. Most sub topics include : Two gap fills (one from an easy piece of writing and one from a more challenging one). Vocabulary research : I highlighted key words I would like my students to research and use in their own pieces of writing. 4-5 sentences to translate (mostly EN - FR) . (I used grammar concepts and vocabulary from the MATS I am also selling - feel free to check my shop!) One writing activity where I either ask the students to write a few sentences including given words (short writing practice) or write a paragraph following bullet points (longer writing practice). (Do not worry if the photo you can see is not based on the topic you’re looking for, I used the same one for all my resources)
heathcliff62
KS4 - Part4 - Life from infancy to adulthood - iGCSE - gap fills/writing tasks (long and short)

KS4 - Part4 - Life from infancy to adulthood - iGCSE - gap fills/writing tasks (long and short)

This file includes the following sub topics: Childhood School rules and pressures School trips, events and exchanges The importance of sport Accidents and Injuries The world of work Future plans Work volunteers careers (only gap fills) Keeping informed media Keeping informed radio - tv - newspapers (only gap fills) I have created activities for my students to do for homework mostly It can be done in class or for a cover lesson. Each sub topic includes : Two gap fills (one from an easy piece of writing and one from a more challenging one). Vocabulary research : I highlighted key words I would like my students to research and use in their own pieces of writing. 4-5 sentences to translate (mostly EN - FR) . (I used grammar concepts and vocabulary from the MATS I am also selling - feel free to check my shop!) One writing activity where I either ask the students to write a few sentences including given words (short writing practice) or write a paragraph following bullet points (longer writing practice). (Do not worry if the photo you can see is not based on the topic you’re looking for, I used the same one for all my resources)
heathcliff62
KS4 - keeping informed - iGCSE - gap fills

KS4 - keeping informed - iGCSE - gap fills

I have created activities for my students to do for homework mostly It can be done in class or for a cover lesson. This sub topic includes : Two gap fills (one from an easy piece of writing and one from a more challenging one). Vocabulary research : I highlighted key words I would like my students to research and use in their own pieces of writing.
heathcliff62
KS4 - Keeping informed media - iGCSE - gap fills/writing tasks (long and short writing practice)

KS4 - Keeping informed media - iGCSE - gap fills/writing tasks (long and short writing practice)

I have created activities for my students to do for homework mostly It can be done in class or for a cover lesson. Each sub topic includes : Two gap fills (one from an easy piece of writing and one from a more challenging one). Vocabulary research : I highlighted key words I would like my students to research and use in their own pieces of writing. 4-5 sentences to translate (mostly EN - FR) . (I used grammar concepts and vocabulary from the MATS I am also selling - feel free to check my shop!) One writing activity where I either ask the students to write a few sentences including given words (short writing practice) or write a paragraph following bullet points (longer writing practice). (Do not worry if the photo you can see is not based on the topic you’re looking for, I used the same one for all my resources)
heathcliff62
KS4 - work volunteers - careers - iGCSE - gap fills

KS4 - work volunteers - careers - iGCSE - gap fills

I have created activities for my students to do for homework mostly It can be done in class or for a cover lesson. This sub topic includes : Two gap fills (one from an easy piece of writing and one from a more challenging one). Vocabulary research : I highlighted key words I would like my students to research and use in their own pieces of writing. (Do not worry if the photo you can see is not based on the topic you’re looking for, I used the same one for all my resources)
heathcliff62
KS4 - Future plans - iGCSE - gap fills/writing tasks (long and short writing practice)

KS4 - Future plans - iGCSE - gap fills/writing tasks (long and short writing practice)

I have created activities for my students to do for homework mostly It can be done in class or for a cover lesson. Each sub topic includes : Two gap fills (one from an easy piece of writing and one from a more challenging one). Vocabulary research : I highlighted key words I would like my students to research and use in their own pieces of writing. 4-5 sentences to translate (mostly EN - FR) . (I used grammar concepts and vocabulary from the MATS I am also selling - feel free to check my shop!) One writing activity where I either ask the students to write a few sentences including given words (short writing practice) or write a paragraph following bullet points (longer writing practice). (Do not worry if the photo you can see is not based on the topic you’re looking for, I used the same one for all my resources)
heathcliff62