Introduce HUMOUR into your French lessons! Help your students improve their speaking, reading and writing skills, discover their individual dramatic talent and feel proud to express themselves in French! This text consists of over 25 dialogues dealing with day to day themes, and 150 pages of activities, in a simple yet sustained, relevant and practical vocabulary.
1. Vive la précision!
3. Mémoire, c’est masculin ou féminin?
4. Les verbes, Je les adore, Monsieur
5. L’antonyme des verbes et des expressions verbales.
6. Adjectif ou adverbe? Qui sait?
7. Pot Pourri.
8. Les adjectifs démonstratifs et possessifs.
Including exercises on feminie, plural, negative sentences, masculine/feminine of regular and irregular adjectives, -er, -ir, -re verbs, imperative, personal pronouns, adverbs, demonstrative and possessive adjectives. Grades 6-10
9. Entrevue avec les Noël.
Including exercises on –er and –re verbs, possessive adjectives, subject pronouns, synonyms. Grades 6-10
13.Carottes ou Chocolat « Pâques »
Including exercises on partitif articles, present and past tenses and antonyms. Grades 4-8
17.Tard ou Tôt, il fait beau.
Including exercises on French homonyms and synonyms, impersonal expressions, feminine of adjectives, personal subject pronouns, negative expressions. Grades 6-9
19. Le Carnaval de Québec.
Including exercises on singular/plural of words, idioms with avoir, definite and indefinite articles, choice of verb, demonstrative adjectives, prepositions. Grades 8-10
F. Techniquement parlant.
22.Faisons quelque chose!
Including exercises on idioms with avoir, faire and être, antonyms and synonyms, changing sentences to the plural. Grades 8-10
26.La musique ou les sports?
Including exercises on direct and indirect objects, matching expressions, sentences formation, antonyms, infinitives, irregular -ir and -re verbs, reflexive verbs, prepositions, possessive
28.Le permis de conduire.
Including exercises on synonyms and antonyms, passé composé, subjunctive, reflexive verbs, masculine/feminine of adjectives, near future, imperative, direct and indirect object pronouns, negative expressions, imperfect, adverbs. Grades 11-12