A new approach, letting the students figure out the rules of adjectival agreement while working on their pronunciation.
25 pages of exercises complete with audio, transcript, and mini-dictionary, this unit explains the rules of the adjectives from the simple to the more complex ones, gradually bringing the students to observe, deduce, then formulate an hypothesis. Exercises throughout check their understanding.
They are asked to listen and observe the language in order to realise some of rules of pronunciation in French.
A set of cards is also provided to have the students work in groups or pairs, observing words in their masculine and feminine forms, helping them work out the rules.
(The files are in PDF and in Word format so they can be easily adapted.)
This file included:
- 25 pages of exercises including audio and a mini dictionary (in PDF and Word format. The listening exercises on the word format are live. Just click on the icon. The audio are included as links at the end of the lesson and as mp3)
- 2 sets of cards to print with lists of adjectives in their masculine and feminine form (e.g.: vif --> vive) so that students can observe the words and deduce the rules. One set has the rules at the back of the cards and the other has the rules as a separate set of cards. The idea is to let the students figure out the rules for themselves so that they can remember and understand better.
- 7 audio files (mp3) corresponding to the listening exercises (the transcripts of which are included at the end of the lesson)
Please feel free to leave a feedback or ask any question.
Check my other resources for more worksheets or to buy the cards separately.