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Je peux remplacer le ... par du ... ? (Can I replace the ... for some ...?)

Je peux remplacer le ... par du ... ? (Can I replace the ... for some ...?)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary that will help you ask if you can exchange items on a menu. It includes the definite and partitive articles (ways to say 'the' and 'some') for some common foods. 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
Au café - les boissons (At the café - drinks)

Au café - les boissons (At the café - drinks)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary for a range of hot and cold (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) drinks, including some common aperatifs. You will also find words for the different receptacles for drinks. 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
French partitive article with food!

French partitive article with food!

A PowerPoint lesson with accompanying handouts to teach students to use the partitive article. Aim: to be able to say what you usually eat and drink for lunch. 'Normalement, au déjeuner, je bois de l'eau et je mange de la soupe avec du pain ...' Initially prepared for KS3, but good for KS4 revision, too. Teacher-led and independent activities are alternated.
mkreile
14 Trapdoor activities - New French GCSE

14 Trapdoor activities - New French GCSE

14 French Trapdoor activities for the New French GCSE These have proved very popular with students and teachers. Great for speaking practice, writing practice, translation. Enjoy and don't forget to feedback!!
kbreizh
Au restaurant (At the restaurant)

Au restaurant (At the restaurant)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary that will help you communicate in a restaurant, including asking for things you need and talking about problems. (Qu'est-ce que je vous sers? Pas à pas 1J deals with placing orders ). 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
Je suis allergique (I am allergic)

Je suis allergique (I am allergic)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary that will help you ask about the contents of a dish and explain that you are or someone else is allergic to a range of common allergens. 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
French - Buying an ice cream

French - Buying an ice cream

This PPT introduces the vocab necessary for buying an ice cream. It begins with a dice-throwing translation activity, which can be easily edited for your own vocab. There is then a conversation buying ice cream, which students must put into the correct order. Then the vocab is introduced. Finally, students play noughts and crosses in two teams to practise the vocab. Simply click on the relevant O or X when students answer correctly.
TheMFLTeacher
Manger et boire - intro to food and opinions

Manger et boire - intro to food and opinions

This lesson introduces food and simple opinions. I have used it with years 7 and 8 (11-12 year old beginners). There are pictures to drill food items, followed by a Kim's game. Pupils then read tweets to work out what their 'friends' like to eat. The second power point are some menus I created by modifying a French restaurant review website. I put these round the room and pupils go up to each menu (running dictation style) to see which restaurant would suit which person. They then write a tweet to their friend (model provided) to say which restaurant they recommend. There is a tic-tac-toe as a plenary which you can differentiate (say the food item/say if you like it). I print off the opinions and make pupils pick one (like from a pack of cards) to include.
lizby1
My Shopping Basket

My Shopping Basket

This PowerPoint teaches pupils the French translation of items typically found in a shopping basket. The aim of the learning is to sound the names of food and place these into a sentence, speaking in French.
hollyannafreeman