Bundle: Grammar Worksheets-Passé Composé, Savoir & Connaître, Question Formation

Bundle: Grammar Worksheets-Passé Composé, Savoir & Connaître, Question Formation
Bundle: Grammar Worksheets-Passé Composé, Savoir & Connaître, Question Formation
Bundle: Grammar Worksheets-Passé Composé, Savoir & Connaître, Question Formation
Bundle: Grammar Worksheets-Passé Composé, Savoir & Connaître, Question Formation
Bundle: Grammar Worksheets-Passé Composé, Savoir & Connaître, Question Formation
Bundle: Grammar Worksheets-Passé Composé, Savoir & Connaître, Question Formation
Bundle: Grammar Worksheets-Passé Composé, Savoir & Connaître, Question Formation
Bundle: Grammar Worksheets-Passé Composé, Savoir & Connaître, Question Formation
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Save money and buy the bundle! This bundle includes three grammar worksheets that correspond to the Chapter 10 and Chapter 13 (savoir & connaître) 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 - LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ
This French grammar worksheet is a great way for students to practice conjugating regular verbs in the passé composé past tense with "avoir."

Part one reminds student of the present tense conjugation of "avoir," while part two gives them practice forming past participles of regular -ER, -IR, and -RE verbs. Then in part three, students fill in the blanks with the correct passé composé forms of regular verbs.

In part four, students demonstrate their understanding of the passé composé tense by translating sentences into the various ways they could be expressed in English, such as "We won. / We have won. / We did win." Finally, they will translate past tense English sentences into French using the passé composé.

BONUS: This worksheet comes with an alternate version designed specifically for struggling students. While addressing the same concepts as the original version, this "Version 2" gives clues to struggling students and eliminates unnecessary variables in order to focus in on the essential elements of the lesson. It's great for INTERVENTIONS and DIFFERENTIATION!

This worksheet also works well with Chapters 7-8 of Bien Dit level 1 or any other Passé Composé lesson.

WORKSHEET 2 - LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ, SAVOIR & CONNAÎTRE
This French grammar worksheet is a great way for students to practice conjugating regular verbs in the passé composé past tense with "avoir." Students will also receive practice understanding the difference between "savoir" and "connaître" and will practice conjugating them in the present tense.

Part one focuses on the passé composé tense. Students will fill in the blanks with the correct passé composé form of the given verbs. They will then choose four of these sentences to translate into English. Then they will translate past tense English sentences into French using the passé composé.

Part two focuses on the verbs "savoir" and "connaître" in the present tense. First, students read French sentences and must decide whether to use a form of "savoir" or a form of "connaître," and then they fill in the blank with the appropriate form of the corresponding verb. Next, they choose four of the sentences to translate into English. Finally, they will translate English present tense sentences into French, making sure to use the correct forms of the correct verbs ("savoir" or "connaître").

This worksheet also works well with Chapters 7-9 of Bien Dit Level 1 or any other Passé Composé or Savoir & Connaître lesson.

WORKSHEET 3 - QUESTION FORMATION, BOIRE, DEVOIR, & RECEVOIR
This French grammar worksheet is a great way for students to practice forming yes/no and information questions in all three methods - rise in intonation, est-ce que, and inversion. Students will also receive practice conjugating the irregular verbs "boire," "devoir," and "recevoir."

In part one, students translate English questions into French using all three methods - rise in intonation, est-ce que, and inversion. Next, they will read the French responses to unknown questions. They must determine what question was asked to elicit that response, and then they will write that question in French.

Finally, in part two, students will read sentences in French and decide whether they need a form of "boire," "devoir," or "recevoir" to fill in the blank. They will write the appropriate form of the correct verb, and then they will choose four of the sentences to translate into English.

This worksheet also works well with Chapter 5 of Bien Dit level 1 or any other lesson about forming questions in French or conjugating boire, devoir, and recevoir.
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