This resource exclusively looks at the imperfect tense in French which is introduced at Key Stage 3 level and explores regular verbs in the imperfect form.
It also gives students the opportunity to learn how to describe events in the past, in particular the use of interruptions using regular verbs. This also gives the students a profound opportunity to understand the distinction between the imperfect tense and the perfect tense.
More description of how one used to look when they were younger is covered in part 3, when irregular verbs are introduced.
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French: The imperfect tense: All four parts for only £10!
This bundle consists of all four parts of the imperfect tense which is explored at Key Stage 3 and 4 level. The imperfect tense can generally be a very challenging tense to master, however these resources fundamentally explains all of the functions of the imperfect tense. Because the imperfect tense is so broad and very dynamic, I have devised the resources up into four parts, which are as follows: Part 1: Avoir and Etre - Describing age and a past experience Part 2: Regular verbs - Describing what one was doing or what was happening in the past Part 3: Irregular verbs - Talking about habitual or repetitive actions in the past Part 4: Reflexive verbs - Talking about simultaneous actions in the past Each of the resources provide many examples of each of the functions in the form of stories, quizzes and follow-up activities. Happy teaching and learning!
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