This is a fun way to review all the compound tenses in your advanced French class. Divide the class into two teams. Have the students either sit in the order in which they'll play or allow the students to self select, with the understanding that they can play only once until everyone on their team has played. You can either allow teams to collaborate before answering or not. You'll want some kind of bell (1 per team) for the students to ring when answering. The students whose turn it is to answer, comes to the front of the room and stands next to his/her team's bell, poised to answer. Project this power point onto your screen and for the first time, you select the category (ex: Devoir) and a point value (10). Click on the box and the English appears (I have to go). The first student on either team to ring the bell gets to answer first. If s/he is correct, their team wins 10 points. If s/he is wrong, then the other team is allowed to answer (the correct answers are on the note section of the powerpoint, but they won't show when playing the game). If neither team answers correctly, you can either give the correct answer or allow the other team (new student) to try to answer. In any case, when that answer is finished, two new students come up and try the next question. I find it best to give the students whiteboards and have them write the answers as well, since there is often agreement to deal with. The team with the most points at the end of the game, wins!