Save money and buy the bundle! This bundle includes two grammar worksheets that correspond to the Chapter 6 Structure of the Bon Voyage level 1 textbook, and can be easily adapted to other textbooks. Full descriptions of each are listed below.
WORKSHEET 1 - FAIRE, LE PARTITIF, L'ARTICLE DÉFINI
This French grammar worksheet is a great way for students to practice the conjugation of the verb "faire." They will also receive practice using partitive articles to talk about "some" of a singular noun. In addition, students will practice using definite articles in the general sense, particularly when saying what they and others like or dislike "in general."
In part one, students fill in the blank with the appropriate form of the verb "faire". They will also choose four of those sentences to translate to English.
In part two, students translate nouns into French with the appropriate article (partitive or indefinite), depending on the given phrase.
In part three, students fill in the blank with the correct definite article being used in the general sense to say what people like or dislike in general. They must then translate the sentence into how it would be expressed in English.
In part four, students translate English sentences into French, making sure to use the correct definite articles in the general sense.
Finally, in part five, students read French sentences and decide whether the sentences need partitive articles or definite articles to go in the blanks. They will then translate these sentences into English to demonstrate their understanding of what the sentences are saying.
WORKSHEET 2 - POUVOIR, VOULOIR, DOUBLE CONSONANT ADJECTIVES
This French grammar worksheet is a great way for students to practice the conjugation of the verbs "vouloir" and "pouvoir." They will also receive practice using these verbs with infinitives to say what people want to do or are able to do. In addition, students will practice noun/adjective agreement with some irregular adjectives that take a double consonant in the feminine form.
In part one, students fill in the blank with the appropriate form of the verbs "vouloir" and "pouvoir." They will also choose four of those sentences to translate to English.
In part two, students will read French sentences and fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of the adjectives in parentheses. These adjectives take a double consonant in the feminine form, but not all of the sentences require the feminine form. This also helps students to identify the noun being described and its gender in order to make the adjective agree with the noun.
In part three, students will translate sentences into French, practicing the use and conjugation of the verbs "vouloir" and "pouvoir," as well as using them with infinitives to discuss what people want to do or are able to do.
Finally, part four makes it personal, allowing them to respond to questions and create sentences of their own, complètement en français!
Note: These worksheets also work well with the grammar sections of Chapters 2, 5, 6, and 8 of Bien Dit level 1. In fact, it is a Word Document that can easily be edited and adapted to any French textbook or curriculum.