Grammaire française : exercice 2016-10-29T09:09:28+00:00
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NEGATIVE FORM

  1. exercise 1 : “subject+NE + verb + PAS
  2. text for learn many negative forms
  3. listen a text :  (never) ne … jamais
  4. nobody, anything, anywhere (exercise)
  5. imperative and double pronum in negative form
  6. since, ago : “ça fait… que” + past+negative form

★ RELATIVE PRONOUN

  1. – who, what “qui & que” exercice 1
  2. – who, what, “qui  & que” exercice 2
  3. – highlighted : “c’est…qui” / “c’est … que”
  4. – listen and repeat sentences model with relative pronouns “qui, que, où, dont”
  5. – listen and repeat sentences model
  6. – relative pronoun “dont” (exercise 1)
  7. – relative pronoun “dont” (exercise 2)
  8. – watch a video

 

★ PRONOUN Y

  1. – sentences in present : exercise
  2. – exercise with reflexive verb (present)
  3. – exercise with reflexive verb (past)
  4. – exercise with sentences in future
  5. – Y + adverb

 

★ PRONOUN EN

  1. – sentences in present
  2. sentences in present 2 (exercise)
  3. – sentences in past (exercise) 
  4. – sentences in futur perfect
  5. – combination EN + another (autre)

 

★ PRONOUN

  1. semi-auxiliary verbs & pronoun
  2. pronoun in negative sentence (ne…jamais)
  3. him, her, them “lui & leur” in past tense
  4. pronoun ‘le, la, les” in past tense
  5. lui & en in past tense
  6. pronouns + going to

 

★ TWO PRONOUNS

  1. – two pronouns in imperative sentence (exercise)
  2. two pronouns in imperative and negative sentence (exercise)
  3. – listen and repeat case of mission of pronoun

 

★ COMPOUND PAST
(passé composé = present perfect)

  1. – auxiliary verb être
  2. listen to a text with reflexive verbs
  3. pronunciation : exercise 1  passé composé / présent / imparfait
  4. pronunciation : exercise 2 : passé composé présent / imparfait with verb in -GER
  5. – present perfect & direct object pronouns
  6. – listen to a text about Victor Hugo
  7. – past participle

 

★ VERBS

  1. – difference between “savoir & connaître”
  2. – meaning of “mettre”
  3. practice falloir à & donner à

 

★ IMPERATIVE

  1. – two pronouns in imperative sentence (exercise)
  2. two pronouns in imperative and negative sentence (exercise)

★ NEGATIVE FORM

  1. exercise 1 : “subject+NE + verb + PAS”
  2. text to learn many negative forms
  3. listen to a text :  (never) ne … jamais
  4. nobody, anything, anywhere (exercise)
  5. imperative and double pronoun in negative form
  6. since, ago : “ça fait… que” + past+negative form

 

★ PAST : IMPARFAIT

  1. – training : must, want / know / can
  2. – exercise

 

★ INTERROGATIVE

  1. – inversion of the subject 1
  2. – inversion of the subject 2
  3. – listen & repeat sentences model
  4. – exercise 3
  5. – exercise 4
  6. – exercise 5 (present)
  7. – exercise 6 (past)

 

★ FUTURE (WILL + INFINITIVE)

  1. – listen and repeat conjugation of principals verbs
  2. – expression of the condition ‘”si” (if) + present form / future simple
  3. – listen this text about project in the future
  4. – listen this text with reflexive verb
  5. – listen the Ten commandments of the teacher
  6. – exercise  : answer in simple future with the pronoun Y

 

★ GOING-TO FUTURE

  1. exercise 1
  2. pronouns + going to

 

★ SUBJUNCTIVE FORM

  1. –  listen and repeat conjugation of principals verbs
  2. –  I don’t think (je ne pense pas que) + subjunctive
  3. – expression followed subjunctive (exercise)
  4. idiom : il faut que + subjunctive (exercise)
  5. expression “être fier que, avoir peur que” followed  subjunctive (exercice)
  6. – listen to this text containing many verbs in subjuncive
  7. – idiom ‘il faut que” + reflexive verb

 

★ PASSIVE VOICE

  1. – passive present (exercise 1)
  2. – passive present (exercise 2)
  3. – passive past (exercise)
  4. – reflexive verbs in the passive sens currents

★ INDIRECT SPEECH

  1. – in present sentence
  2. – in past sentence (activity 1) 
  3. – in past sentence (activity 2)

 

★ ADJECTIVE AND NOUN

  1. – feminine / masculine adjective + and their opposite
  2. – superlative and adjective
  3. – placement of the adjective

 

★ COMPARISON

  1. – comparison text (1)
  2. – comparison text (2) (public conveyance vocabulary)
  3. – comparison text (3) 
  4. – comparison text (4)
  5. – comparison text (5) 
  6. superlative form exercise
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