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Hello! I'm a French teacher but I also taught English in the past. I am happy to share the materials I used. I hope you will find them useful. I also wrote a dozen of self-published books. Check them out! :) https://amzn.to/2m6QTT7

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Hello! I'm a French teacher but I also taught English in the past. I am happy to share the materials I used. I hope you will find them useful. I also wrote a dozen of self-published books. Check them out! :) https://amzn.to/2m6QTT7
(French) Vocabulary: Days, Months, Numbers (Jours, mois et nombres de 1 à 30)
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(French) Vocabulary: Days, Months, Numbers (Jours, mois et nombres de 1 à 30)

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Here is an exercise for students at the CE1 level (alpha A1 or even A2): they will have to write words that are widely used: days of the week, month of the year, and numbers from 1 to 30. This sheet is useful to test your students’ knowledge. We hope you will enjoy this worksheet! Feel free to look at our website “Exercices à imprimer” (lots of free exercises) and our Author page on Amazon (more than 15 books on various topics). French version: Voici un exercice à destination des élèves de niveau CE1 (alpha A1 voire A2), où le but est d’écrire des mots très utilisés : jours de la semaine, mois de l’année, et nombres de 1 à 30. Cette feuille est utile pour vérifier les connaissances de vos étudiants.
[French] Exercice sur les émotions et sentiments (emotions & feelings). Compléter des phrases
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[French] Exercice sur les émotions et sentiments (emotions & feelings). Compléter des phrases

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Here is a French exercise on emotions and feelings, containing 2 worksheets (PDF) with a total of 20 sentences. You will have to complete each beginning of a sentence with the corresponding correct ending, among the proposed choice. Example: ‘‘Je suis content parce que le soleil brille’’. These two exercises are very interesting to enrich the vocabulary related to emotions and feelings. You will find the following words and expressions: heureux, triste, déçu, seul, déboussolé, contrarié, content, inquiet… (1st worksheet) ; épuisé, coupable, méfiant, concentré, en colère, déprimé, nostalgique (2nd worksheet). This printable is adapted to French levels A2-B1 (CE2-CM1). The document can be downloaded in PDF format. An answer key is included. We hope you will enjoy this worksheet! Feel free to look at our website “Exercices à imprimer” (lots of free exercises) and our Author page on Amazon (more than 15 books on various topics). French version: Voici un exercice de français sur les émotions et sentiments, contenant deux feuilles (PDF) avec un total 20 phrases. Vous devrez compléter chaque début de phrase avec la bonne fin correspondante, parmi le choix proposé. Exemple : ‘Je suis heureux car… le soleil brille aujourd’hui‘ Ces deux exercices sont très intéressants pour enrichir le vocabulaire tenant aux émotions et sentiments. Vous trouverez ainsi les mots et expressions suivants : heureux, triste, déçu, seul, déboussolé, contrarié, content, inquiet… (1ère feuille) ; épuisé, coupable, méfiant, concentré, en colère, déprimé, nostalgique… (2ème feuille) Ce travail est adapté aux niveaux de français A2-B1 (CE2-CM1). Le document est téléchargeable au format PDF. Un corrigé est inclus.
Carte du monde, les continents et océans (World map in French)
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Carte du monde, les continents et océans (World map in French)

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In this short activity, students will be able to study the world map. This activity is interesting to get an overview of the different continents of the world, as part of a French course. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX + its PDF equivalent) A complete answer sheet Details: First, students will have to indicate to which letter each continent and ocean corresponds (10 elements to find). They will also have to indicate which is the largest of Africa, Asia and Europe, and indicate in which continent they live. Finally, they will have to find the name of the only continent that is not mentioned in the sheet (Oceania).
"La Tour Eiffel" - Comprehension & Writing in French about the Eiffel Tower
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"La Tour Eiffel" - Comprehension & Writing in French about the Eiffel Tower

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This text written in French is dedicated to the Eiffel Tower: it talks about its creation by Gustave Eiffel, its construction, the number of tourists who visit it, its height and its use. In this document (docx + pdf), you will find a comprehension exercise, with 6 questions to be answered. Then comes a writing question, the subject of which is: “Have you ever visited the Eiffel Tower? What did you think of it?” The answer sheet is accompanied by the answers to the questions and two examples of writing. We hope you’ll enjoy this worksheet! Don’t hesitate to have a look at our other worksheets or at our books. Thanks!
"L'informatique, les ordinateurs et internet" (French vocabulary: 16 sentences about informatics)
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"L'informatique, les ordinateurs et internet" (French vocabulary: 16 sentences about informatics)

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This worksheet (all in French) deals with the subject of informatics, computers and the Internet. This exercise will help you teach computer-related vocabulary. It contains words widely used by the French speakers, regarding this topic. Details ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… You will find 16 sentences, each containing an empty space. Fill in the blank space with the words from the list on the left. The 16 words to be placed are: adresse e-mail, applications, blog, clavier, e-mails, ebooks, fibre (optique), identifier, Internet, lien (hypertexte), logiciel (ou programme), ordinateur portable, pièce jointe, supprimer, télécharger, YouTube. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page illustrated, printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX + printable PDF) An answer sheet. If you’re interested… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… We hope you will enjoy this worksheet! Feel free to look at our exercise book in French (140 pages) and our Author page on Amazon (more than ten books on various topics). **Thank you! **
French comprehension & expression: "La vie d'avant" (life before) - a short text
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French comprehension & expression: "La vie d'avant" (life before) - a short text

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This document contains a short text about life before (in the past), with exercises consisting of 5 reading comprehension questions followed by 5 written expression questions. Here is the text: “Comment les Français vivaient autrefois ? D’abord, il y avait plus d’agriculteurs. Ils étaient 4 000 000 (quatre millions) en 1963. Aujourd’hui, ils ne sont que 900 000 (neuf cent mille) environ. La vie d’avant était plus difficile : le lave-linge et le lave-vaisselle n’existaient pas. Les tâches ménagères étaient donc plus longues et fatigantes ! Peu de gens avaient une voiture. C’était donc moins pratique pour se déplacer. Mais il y avait des avantages : la vie était plus saine. Il y avait généralement moins de pollution et les fruits et légumes étaient naturels car il n’y avait pas de produits chimiques. Les gens étaient en meilleure forme : ils faisaient plus d’activité physique car beaucoup travaillaient en plein air ! Aujourd’hui, les gens bougent moins et cela entraîne des problèmes de santé. Eh oui ! Chaque période a ses avantages et ses inconvénients !” This activity is intended for learners at levels A2 and B1. It can also be used with B2s to improve written expression. An answer key is attached to the document (for comprehension questions). The document is available in PDF and DOCX We hope you will enjoy this worksheet! Feel free to look at our website “Exercices à imprimer” (lots of free exercises) and our Author page on Amazon (more than 15 books on various topics). Thank you!
(French) Exercise on French "accents" (Exercice sur les accents aigu, grave, circonflexe)
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(French) Exercise on French "accents" (Exercice sur les accents aigu, grave, circonflexe)

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In this exercise, you will find a lesson on accents (acute accent, grave accent and circumflex accent), followed by five exercises. In the first three exercises, the focus will be on putting the accent in the right place (one accent per exercise). In the fourth exercise, you will have to place the accents in the right place on each of the fifteen words presented. Finally, in the last exercise (more difficult), you will have to place the accents in the right place in the words of the eight written sentences. An answer key is included in the downloadable PDF document and the DOCX version (please use the font CURSIVE STANDARD). The exercise is adapted for learners of level A1 (CE1 equivalent). We hope you will enjoy this worksheet! Feel free to look at our website “Exercices à imprimer” (lots of free exercises) and our Author page on Amazon (more than 15 books on various topics). French version: Dans cet exercice, vous trouverez une leçon sur les accents (accent aigu, accent grave et accent circonflexe), suivie par cinq exercices. Dans les trois premiers, il s’agira de mettre l’accent au bon endroit (un accent par exercice). Dans le quatrième exercice , il faudra placer les accents au bon endroit sur chacun des quinze mots présentés. Enfin, dans le dernier exercice (plus difficile), il faudra placer les accents au bon endroit dans les mots des huit phrases écrites. Un corrigé est inclus dans le document téléchargeable au format PDF. L’exercice est adapté pour les apprenants de niveau A1 (équivalent CE1).
(French) Verb "POUVOIR" (can) - Free exercise
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(French) Verb "POUVOIR" (can) - Free exercise

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Here is a worksheet around the verb POUVOIR (can). After completing the verb chart, you will find 8 sentences to complete. This exercise is ideal for students in Cours élémentaire 1 - CE1 (2nd grade), as well as for A1 learners. We hope you will enjoy this worksheet! Feel free to look at our website “Exercices à imprimer” (lots of free exercises) and our Author page on Amazon (more than 15 books on various topics). French version: Voici une feuille d’exercices autour du verbe pouvoir. Après avoir complété le tableau du verbe, vous trouverez 8 phrases à compléter et à recopier. Cet exercice est idéal pour les élèves de CE1, ainsi que pour les apprenants de niveau A1.
"Culture français : préjugés ou vérité ?" - Question prejudices about the French!
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"Culture français : préjugés ou vérité ?" - Question prejudices about the French!

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This activity will allow you to question prejudices about the French: do they really eat snails and frog legs? Are they so lazy and rude? This text, written by a Frenchman living near Paris, is accompanied by two exercises and an answer sheet. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A two-page illustrated, printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX + its PDF equivalent) with 2 exercises (including a writing exercise). An answer sheet. Details: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… In the first exercise, students will be asked to answer 5 questions about the text. In the second exercise, they will have to find the definition of four words (haughty, harsh, lazy, old-fashioned), among the proposed choices. If you want more… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… We hope you will enjoy this worksheet! Feel free to look at our exercise book in French (140 pages) and our Author page (more than ten books on various topics). Thank you!
Written comprehension - Dental care (English / ESL)
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Written comprehension - Dental care (English / ESL)

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This easy, no-prep activity will help your students understand why a good dental hygiene is so important. They will get familiar with unusual words such as gingivitis, tooth decay, gums, dental floss… The text has 15 gaps which have to be filled with the words from the word list. You will also find 7 pictures to illustrate the text. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page printable and modifiable DOCX, and a printable PDF Two worksheets on a single page: eco-friendly and practical. Complex text for close reading Tools to understand why a healthy mouth is good for the overall health
English speaking countries - Map using the Gall-Peters projection
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English speaking countries - Map using the Gall-Peters projection

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This map will help your students identify the main English speaking countries. You will find 9 arrows where they can write the name of the appropriate English speaking country. This is suitable for young English speaking students as well as ESL students. For this sheet, I used the Gall-Peters projection, which offers a more reliable representation of the world map (instead of the Mercator projection, which is overused but not quite accurate!). I already used it during my courses and had a good outcome. You will find a Word document (DOC) that can be easily edited, as well as a printable PDF.
Les auxiliaires ÊTRE et AVOIR / French auxiliaries ÊTRE and AVOIR
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Les auxiliaires ÊTRE et AVOIR / French auxiliaries ÊTRE and AVOIR

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In this exercise, you’ll be able to study the French verbs ÊTRE (to be) and AVOIR (to have). This sheet has been made by myself, a 30-year-old French teacher for strangers and migrants near Paris. I spent most of my life in France and I’m happy to share my knowledge. The exercise sheet goes along with an answer sheet. It can be modifiable (DOCX) or not (PDF)
French activity about rest, sleep and dreams - 3 exercises + answers
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French activity about rest, sleep and dreams - 3 exercises + answers

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This activity (all in French) is about rest, sleep and dreams! Many new words and expressions to learn, some of them frequently used by French speakers! The worksheet consists of 3 different exercises. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A two-page illustrated, printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX + its PDF equivalent) with 3 exercises (including a writing exercise), A complete answer sheet (2 pages) Details: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… In the first exercise, you will have to complete the empty spaces of the text (15 words from the list: baille, cauchemars, couche, dormir, endormi, endormir, fatigue, insomnies, lève, matinal, met au lit, oiseau de nuit, réveil, réveille, siestes) In the second exercise, you will have to find the meaning of 8 sentences related to sleep, among three possible choices. Example: “faire la grasse matinée”, “dormir à poings fermés”, “être dans les bras de Morphée”, “c’est une histoire à dormir debout”… Finally, in the last exercise, the learner will have to answer a question about his sleep: does he sleep a lot? On your back or on your side? Does he have a light sleep or a rather heavy sleep? The answers are complete and include examples for written expression. If you’re interested… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… We hope you will enjoy this worksheet! Feel free to look at our exercise book in French (140 pages) and our Author page on Amazon (more than ten books on various topics). **Thank you! **
Les adjectifs pour décrire les gens - Useful adjectives to describe people (French worksheet)
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Les adjectifs pour décrire les gens - Useful adjectives to describe people (French worksheet)

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This easy, no-prep activity will help your students improve their vocabulary in French, by learning several adjectives used to describe people (commère, courageux, élancé, farceur, hyperactif, impatient, intelligent, mince, paresseux, ridé, sociable, sérieux, sportif ; cheveux bruns, frisés). You will find 15 sentences with gaps to fill, using the words from the list on the left. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page illustrated, printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX), and its PDF equivalent. An exhaustive answer sheet
Common mistakes made in French - Lesson + correct 41 sentences (with answers)
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Common mistakes made in French - Lesson + correct 41 sentences (with answers)

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This 7-page worksheet will help your students** avoid common mistakes** made when learning French. Details ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… This document is a modifiable DOCX, and you can find the same document in PDF format. On the 1st page, you’ll find a lesson on 5 specific mistakes often made by French learners : (1) Not leaving a space between the last word and the following punctuation marks, (2) capital letters where there shouldn’t be, (3) mispelling “etc.”, (4) the “accent circonflexe”, (5) the difference between « c’est chaud » and « il fait chaud ». On pages 2, 3 and 4, you will find 41 sentences written in French, with at least one mistake in each. These were real mistakes made by some of my students. Your students will have to correct each sentence by writing the correct form below. On pages 5, 6 and 7, you will find the answers for these 41 sentences, with some more information given here and there. If you’re interested… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… We hope you will enjoy this worksheet! Feel free to look at our exercise book in French (140 pages) and our Author page on Amazon (more than ten books on various topics). Thank you!
Les sentiments (feelings) - Worksheet, fill in the blanks (12 sentences)+discussion
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Les sentiments (feelings) - Worksheet, fill in the blanks (12 sentences)+discussion

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This worksheet (all in French) deals with the subject of feelings. You will be able to teach new words describing feelings, such as: dégoûté, dubitatif, effrayé, enthousiaste, fâché, indifférent, jaloux, ravi, stressé, timide, touché, vexé Details ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… You will find 12 sentences, each containing an empty space. Fill in the blank space with the words from the list on top of the page. The 12 words to be used are: dégoûté/dégoûtée - dubitatif/dubitative - effrayé/effrayée - enthousiaste - fâché/fâchée - indifférent/indifférente - jaloux/jalouse - ravi/ravie - stressé/stressée - timide - touché/touchée - vexé/vexée You will also find 4 questions to be asked during the course. Name the last thing that made you angry. Are you extroverted or rather reserved? Do you often worry? If yes, why? Mention something that moved you or that you liked it a lot. Thus, you will be able to further the conversation and speak directly with your students about various topics. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A **one-page illustrated, printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX) + PDF ** A detailed answer sheet If you’re interested… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… We hope you will enjoy this worksheet! Feel free to look at our exercise book in French (140 pages) and our Author page on Amazon (more than ten books on various topics). Thank you!
Aliments bons pour la santé (Healthy food - French A1)
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Aliments bons pour la santé (Healthy food - French A1)

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Presentation ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… In this 3-page document intended for beginners in French, you will find a text to read about HEALTHY FOOD, with 5 questions. The healthy foods mentioned are: broccoli, turmeric, garlic, nuts, green tea, dark chocolate and eggs. First, there is a text to read. The unpronounced letters are coloured in dark grey. In addition, the syllables of the words have been coloured blue and black, alternately, to make reading easier. In the exercise page, the first exercise is about writing the right word under each picture. Then there are four questions: (1) what foods do you eat often? (2) What is your favourite food? (3) Do you know of other healthy foods? (4) Do you know of any unhealthy foods? An answer key is enclosed to make it easier for you to correct. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A two-page illustrated, printable and modifiable worksheet (DOCX) A detailed answer sheet. We hope you will enjoy this worksheet! Feel free to look at our website “Exercices à imprimer” (lots of free exercises) and our Author page on Amazon (more than 15 books on various topics). Thank you! FRENCH VERSION: Dans ce document de 3 pages destiné aux débutants en français, vous trouverez un texte à lire sur les ALIMENTS SAINS, avec 5 questions. Les aliments sains évoqués sont : le brocoli, le curcuma, l’ail, les noix, le thé vert, le chocolat noir et les œufs. D’abord, il y a un texte à lire. Les lettres non prononcées sont en gris sombre. De plus, les syllabes des mots ont été colorées en bleu et noir, alternativement, pour faciliter la lecture. Dans la page d’exercice, il faut écrire le bon mot sous chaque image. Ensuite, il y a quatre questions : (1) quels sont les aliments que vous consommez souvent ? (2) Quel est votre plat préféré ? (3) Connaissez-vous d’autres aliments bons pour la santé ? (4) Connaissez-vous des aliments mauvais pour la santé ? Un corrigé est joint pour vous faciliter la correction.
French Interrogative Pronouns - Worksheet (22 sentences with gaps to fill + answers)
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French Interrogative Pronouns - Worksheet (22 sentences with gaps to fill + answers)

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Interrogative pronouns, primarily used for asking questions, are very important in French. In this worksheet, you will find 22 sentences where the students need to find the appropriate interrogative pronoun (qui, que, où, comment, quoi, quand, combien, à qui) for each gap. What’s Included ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… A one-page illustrated, printable and modifiable DOCX, and a printable PDF A complete answer sheet