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Verbes irréguliers 1 - 15 French Verbs multi-tense worksheets

Verbes irréguliers 1 - 15 French Verbs multi-tense worksheets

15 worksheets which are listed individually. Each worksheet covers 5 or 6 verbs. Students are given a sentence with a verb conjugated in the present, passé composé, imparfait, futur simple, conditionnel présent, plus-que-parfait, or conditionnel passé. Students then rewrite the sentence with either the new subject or the new verb given. Great verb review for advanced grammar / AP French classes. Huge savings over buying all 15 worksheets separately!
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Partir French verb Crossword

Partir French verb Crossword

Crossword gives the infinitive and a subject pronoun. Answers are the present tense conjugation. Uses the verbs partir, dormir, mentir, sortir, servir. 5 versions included.
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French DIRT (Dedicated Reflection & Improvement Time).

French DIRT (Dedicated Reflection & Improvement Time).

This set of resources includes a PowerPoint, which introduces the DIRT concept and explains the benefit of Dedicated Reflection & Improvement Time. There are 10 DIRT feedback sheets that are very quick and easy to use as they have a whole range of improvement suggestions for both writing and speaking activities, tailored specifically for different tense activities. Once the feedback sheets are given back with the task set, they will allow students to use their DIR Time to reflect on the feedback given and act upon it to make improvements and progress learning. The DIRT feedback sheets are for: • Present Tense Writing Tasks • Present Tense Speaking Tasks • Perfect Tense Writing Tasks • Perfect Tense Speaking Tasks • Future Tense with Aller Writing Tasks • Future Tense with Aller Speaking Tasks • Simple Future Tense Writing Tasks • Simple Future Tense Speaking Tasks • Mixed Tenses Writing Tasks • Mixed Tenses Speaking Tasks All DIRT feedback sheets are easily editable.
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Advanced French Reading & Writing: Childéric I, Roi Des Francs (Livre Premier)

Advanced French Reading & Writing: Childéric I, Roi Des Francs (Livre Premier)

The story of the beloved Merovingian king Childéric I (440-481) was preserved by the druidic Bards of old France and is here retold in a flowing, pleasant style by Madame de Beaufort d’Hautpoul (1763-1837), a renowned woman of letters who was at the heart of Parisian literary society during the reign of Louis XVI. For educational purposes, this description of Childéric’s early years has been divided into two-page segments that are easy to read. Advanced French students are sure to enjoy this poetic and quick-paced historical tale. The language has been updated, though the original, distinctive style remains intact. Simple grammar review, translation, ‘résumé de texte’ and creative writing assignments follow each section alternately. Summary Childéric is the young and intrepid son of King Merovée and his beloved wife, Aboflède, around the year 430CE. Childéric lives happily with his loving parents and is beginning his education with druids, when he is tempted to join his father’s army in a battle against Attila the Hun. Despite being guarded by his king’s most valiant friend, Viomade, Childéric goes missing amidst the turmoil of the conflict. The faithful Viomade wishes to know what the boy’s fate truly was, and goes off with the king’s blessing in search of the young prince. Despite treachery by Draguta, a fellow follower of the king, Viomade finally finds Childéric, who has been cared for in the wilderness by an elderly Hun named Gelimer. Gelimer had lost his family and status, and was inspired to renounce his life as a warrior in order to devote his final years to raising the young boy he found on a battlefield. The old blind man loves Childéric devotedly and does not know that he is heir to a throne. After Gelimer’s death, Childéric returns to France with Viomade where a traitor is about to be crowned king. It was presumed, due to their lengthy absence, that Childéric and Viomade had been lost forever. Just in time, the young prince is reunited with his father and fulfills the hopes of all Francs as the rightful heir to the throne.
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Nourriture (Food in French) Wordsearch 1

Nourriture (Food in French) Wordsearch 1

Wordsearch has 26 foods: poisson, viande, jambon, poulet, saucisson, rosbif, pain, beurre, fromage, pomme, banane, orange, raisins, legume, petits pois, pomme de terre, haricots verts, carotte, tarte, gateau, glace, boisson, lait, eau, the, cafe. Word list is provided in English; students must find corresponding French words. This version is perfect for younger or lower level students. 5 versions included.
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