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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 grammar] Place prepositions: Lesson + Exercise (20 sentences, 43 blank spaces)
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[French grammar] Place prepositions: Lesson + Exercise (20 sentences, 43 blank spaces)

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Here is a worksheet containing a lesson and an exercise on place prepositions. On the first page, you will find a summary lesson, and on the next page, a training exercise with 43 blank spaces in 20 sentences to fill in. This exercise is suitable for children in 3rd, 4th & 5th grade (CE1, CE2, CM1), and for A1+, A2, B1 French learners. This worksheet is downloadable in PDF format and 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 A2, B1] Text about *walking*: comprehension & written expression
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[French A2, B1] Text about *walking*: comprehension & written expression

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This printable document contains a text and exercises dedicated to the subject of walking. After the reading, you will find a first exercise: from the proposed list, you will have to find the definition of 13 words (une calèche, systématiquement, bénéfique, s’aérer, vagabonder, surprenant, inspiration, embouteillage, conscient, la société, sans doute, une initiative, à coup sûr). Then, you will find 4 questions of comprehension (MCQ). Finally, in a third exercise, 3 essay questions are proposed: “How much time do you walk during a normal day? Is it enough?”; “What physical activities do you do?”; “Do you have a driver’s license? Do you use the car often?” This exercise is suitable for learners at A2 (Year 4-Year 6 = CE2-CM1 equivalent) or even B1 level. It can be downloaded in PDF format. An answer key is also 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 A2-B1] Correct the sentences - Avoid common mistakes
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[French A2-B1] Correct the sentences - Avoid common mistakes

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This 2-page worksheet will help your students avoid common mistakes made when speaking French as a foreign language. Suitable for level A2-B1 or even B2. Details ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… In this PDF document, you’ll find 12 sentences written in French, with at least one mistake in each. These were real and recurrent mistakes made by some of my students. Your students will have to correct each sentence by writing the correct form below. An answer sheet is attached. On page 2, you will find the answers for these 12 sentences. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 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] Answer 24 questions (landscape format) - "Répondre à des questions"
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[French] Answer 24 questions (landscape format) - "Répondre à des questions"

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Here is a four-page document 100% in French, in landscape format, with a FFL exercise. Your learners will have to answer a variety of questions (24 in total), most of them quite simple and basic, others a bit more complex. The idea is to get your learners to write and also to “break the ice”; these questions are ways to open discussion and can allow you to discuss on related topics. Below each question, you will find two lines: the learner can write their answer on the first line, then the teacher can correct the sentence and ask to rewrite the sentence below, taking into account the corrections made. Here is the list of questions: What is your name? How old are you? What city do you live in? What country are you from? Where were you born? Where did you grow up? Do you have children? What is your favorite food? What kind of cell phone do you have? Is there a supermarket near your home? Do you practice a sport? If yes, which one? What is your mother tongue? What is your favorite hobby? What was your first job? Can you share any advice your parents or grandparents gave you? What were your favorite subjects in school? If you could make one wish come true, what would you choose? What is your favorite place? What was the best day of your life? What is your favorite animal? Where would you like to live and why? Do you go to bed early or late? At what time of day are you most fit? Can you tell us about a beautiful childhood memory? The document can be downloaded in PDF format. It is adapted to level A1 minimum, preferably A2 or B1. 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 A1] White sugar in our food / Le sucre blanc dans notre nourriture
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[French A1] White sugar in our food / Le sucre blanc dans notre nourriture

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Here is an exercise entitled “White sugar in our food”, for A1 French level learners, i.e. those learning to read and write. It is about sugar and its high presence in everyday foods. You will find pictures representing food, with the equivalent in white sugar next to it. The foods shown are: a can of coke, a croissant, a chocolate bar, a slice of Nutella, several cookies, and a strawberry ice cream cone. To the right of each food, you will have to write each time one sentence detailing the amount of sugar it contains (there is a complete sentence as an example, which serves as an aid). This one-page document is available for download in PDF format. You can use it with young students at the CP+ and CE1 levels (1st & 2nd grade equivalent in France). 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 intitulé Le sucre blanc dans notre nourriture, à destination des apprenants de niveau A1, c’est-à-dire qui apprennent à lire et à écrire. Il est ici question du sucre et de sa forte présence dans des aliments du quotidien. Vous trouverez des images représentant de la nourriture, avec à côté l’équivalent en sucre blanc. Les aliments présentés sont : une canette de coca, un croissant, une barre chocolatée, une tartine de Nutella, plusieurs cookies, et un cône de glace à la fraise. À droite de chaque aliment, Il faudra écrire une phrase détaillant la quantité de sucre qu’il contient (il y a une phrase complète à titre d’exemple, qui sert d’aide). Ce document d’une page est téléchargeable au format PDF. Vous pouvez l’utiliser avec de jeunes élèves de niveau CP+ et CE1.
[French B1-B2] Transform two texts into "passé composé" (perfect tense)
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[French B1-B2] Transform two texts into "passé composé" (perfect tense)

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Here are two short texts written in the present tense on the subject of work and employment: you will have to transform them into the “passé composé” tense. This exercise is very useful and can be quite complex at times. It will appeal to B1-B2 level learners, as the “passé composé” is an essential French tense to master. In addition, the sentences and verbs used are taken from everyday life: the two texts are therefore very down-to-earth. You can download the exercise in PDF and DOCX 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).