Les pronoms d’objet (All levels)

Les pronoms d’objet direct: le, la, les It is used to replace an element used as a direct object  in a sentence. It is agreed in gender and number with the noun Exemple: J’aime le cinema — > Est-ce que tu aime le cinema? Oui je l’aime Complétez les phrases en utilisant le, la, les, … Read more Les pronoms d’objet (All levels)

Listening Comprehension in French – audio practice exercises (Levels B)

LISTEN TO THE FOLLOWING AUDIOS AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

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Pourquoi Danielle Bay est-elle contente de travailler ?

 

 

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Pourquoi y a-t-il eu de l’attente ?

 

 

Audio 3download

Quelle est la particularité de la société Orée ?

 

 

Audio 4download

À quoi mène la réflexion sur les maisons écologiques ?

 

ANSWERS AND TRANSCRIPTS

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French comprehension and conversation – Talking about a favorite activity (Levels B1 and +)

Listen to the following audio A) For each person answer the following: Quel est son loisir préféré? Comment cette personne a découvert ce loisir? Combien de temps elle pratique ce loisir? Pourquoi elle aime pratiquer ce loisir? B) Quel est votre loisir préféré? Pourquoi? Expliquez comment vous avez découvert ce loisir et ce qu’il vous … Read more French comprehension and conversation – Talking about a favorite activity (Levels B1 and +)

French listening comprehension practice – “Gratin de pates au jambon” (Levels A and +)

 French Practice – French listening – French video – French Cooking Listen French and view the preparation of a French dish: Gratin de pates au jambon  It is your turn to prepare Gratin de pates au jambon Follow the instructions below Need to schedule a French session? Contact a French tutor

French activity – A personality test in French “Quel(le) ami(e) êtes-vous?” (Levels A2 and +)

Practice French by taking a personality test: Which type of friend are you? Find out which type of friend you are: Want to practice with a French tutor? Register for a free session here

French grammar – Indefinite adjectives (All levels)

Review and practice use of indefinite adjectives in French Types of French indefinite adjectives  The indefinite adjective autre/autres (another, other, different) The indefinite adjective aucun/aucune…ne (no, any, a single, one single) The indefinite adjective certain(e) (certain, some) [ Etre certain/e–> To be sure] The indefinite adjective chaque (each, every) The indefinite adjective quelque (s) (a … Read more French grammar – Indefinite adjectives (All levels)

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