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One of the best way to get students interested in the learning of a language is through reading fun stories. This is my speciality. I write fun French stories, most of them focus on a theme of grammar. Most of them are written in the style of a script and can easily be played with students.

One of the best way to get students interested in the learning of a language is through reading fun stories. This is my speciality. I write fun French stories, most of them focus on a theme of grammar. Most of them are written in the style of a script and can easily be played with students.
French Adjectifs possessifs  - french story - Le poète et son perroquet
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French Adjectifs possessifs - french story - Le poète et son perroquet

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This is a fun dialogue that uses French Possessive Adjectives (included in the text: mon, ton, son, ma, ta, sa, mes tes, ses, nos, vos, leurs, notre, les miens, les tiens, les siens la mienne, la sienne). This dialogue can easily be played on stage. - quizlet link and flashcards to print : vocabulary french/english - 7 exercises included with answers sheet provided Copyright © - Sophie DePons – www.french-amis.com
Comparatifs Bien, Bon, Mieux, Meilleur...- TPR french story - Une bonne tartine
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Comparatifs Bien, Bon, Mieux, Meilleur...- TPR french story - Une bonne tartine

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Grammar theme: Bon, Bien, Mieux, Meilleur, Mal, Mauvais, Pire. This story is a fun dialogue written in a style of a theatre script. (Entirely revised version) Is included - About 1000 words of dialogue - Vocabulary French/English. - 13 questions of comprehension and grammar included. - Correction sheet included. Copyright © - Sophie DePons - www.french-amis