GCSE FRENCH: French definite and indefinite articles worksheets
These 3 French definite and indefinite articles worksheets are best for students who have been studying French for a while, but who still struggle with understanding how and when to use definite as opposed to indefinite articles. These exercises will help students remember why we need to use articles and the reason why choosing the correct one is so important.

The focus of these exercises is to choose correctly between definite and indefinite articles. Sometimes it is difficult when students don't know if the noun in question is masculine or feminine. That's why there is one worksheet that uses only masculine & singular nouns, another that uses only feminine & singular nouns, and one more that uses only plural nouns, masculine and feminine. You'll notice that the vocabulary used is more advanced than what it is when you first teach articles. These exercises are really to help non-beginners who still struggle to remember how and when to use definite and indefinite articles.

Included with this resource:

Exercise, LE vs UN + answer key and English translation
Exercise, LA vs UNE + answer key and English translation
Exercise, LES vs DES + answer key and English translation

Example:

_____ a. Dans ma rue, il y a __(UNE)___ boulangerie qui fabrique de très bonnes
pâtisseries.
_____ b. Où est __(LA)___ boulangerie Au bon pain, s’il vous plaît?

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Created: Apr 20, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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