French Present Conditional Lesson - Should, Could, Would
This resource includes the following:
➯ A set of 25 numbered cards with sentences written in English that students will then translate to French. A numbered answer key is also included so that students can work on their own. It is expected that students also know the imperfect tense and some simple pronouns that are normally taught way before the conditional.
➯ A one page printable reference guide that folds into a booklet that students can use for easy reference. The booklet includes all of the essential information needed for saying should, could, and would.
➯ A one page study guide on forming the present conditional that highlights how to say should, could, and would. The study guide also includes the imperfect endings, a chart of the most common irregular stems in the conditional, and twelve examples in French and English
Here’s the link to my video tutorial on how to use should, could, and would in the present conditional. To get right to the lesson without all of the extra talk (it’s my YouTube channel) just start at :57 and end at 13:15. The study guide included with this resource follows the information given in the video lesson.