Practiquemos! These exercises will help you a lot to practice and get confortable in a food environment. You will not only to know how it’s call each food but also how to ask for it in a restaurant, so let’s begin. 1) Complete the sentences! […]
Practiquemos! Here you have a lot of exercises to practice your airport vocabulary, so you will know how to manage yourself in airport environment, with immigration, customs, or the air hostess, so now let’s begin. 1) Put in the correct order! a) Tres/ el/ tiene/ vuelo/ atraso/ horas/ de El vuelo tiene
Let’s practise! Only a handful of verbs use ‘être’ in the perfect tense (see list below, they are easy to memorise thanks to the Mrs Vandertramp acronym). When a verb uses ‘être’ in the perfect tense, you need to agree the past participle with the subject pronoun. Monter = monté (went up) Retourner = retourné
Let’s practice and take a trip around a French supermarket! 1) Put the words in the correct order! a) jambon. / Je / dix / tranches / voudrais / de Je voudrais dix tranches de jambon. 2) Put the words below in the
Let’s practice! Being able to order your food in French when you go to France or to a francophone country would be a great skill and your efforts will be much appreciated by the waiter/waitress. 1) Match the following questions with the answers! 1️⃣ Je suis désolé mais nous n’avons plus de
In English, you recognise verbs in the infinitive because they all have ‘to’ in front of them (to dance, to sing, to be…) In French, you don’t recognise verbs in the infinitive with what is in front of them but with their endings. There are 3 different types of verbs in the infinitive in French.
Let’s practise! Once you know all the comparative structures it is easy to compare things in French, as they don’t differentiate between short and long adjectives when they compare. You simply need to use your adjective with the comparative structure of your choice once you make sure that you have agreed your adjective properly with
Let’s practise! In French, the most common way to put a verb in the negative form is by using ne…pas. Watch out for the word order in the present tense: ne + verb+ pas. The same word order applies for ne…plus, ne…pas encore, ne…jamais, ne…rien… 1) Put the words in the right order!
Let’s practise! In French, to choose the correct possessive adjective, you need to pay attention to the object, NOT the owner. 1) Translate to English! a) Vos enfants sont très polis. Your children are very polite. Doubts? Explanation ➚ 2) Translate to French!