This is a set of 30 French IMPERFECT vs.PASSÉ COMPOSÉ task cards that you can use in a number of ways with your students.
There are three types of task cards (see preview):
- Write the verb in parentheses in the imperfect tense
- Write the verb in parentheses in the passé composé
- Decide which sentence is correct, the one in the imperfect or the one in the PC
These cards offer an excellent opportunity to see the many ways in which we can use the passé composé as opposed to the imparfait. There's a nice mixture of common regular and irregular verbs to work with. For the passé composé there are verbs using both avoir and être as helping verb. An answer key is provided.
Students can work with a partner as a cooperative activity and to practice speaking or they can work individually to practice writing. Task cards are a nice alternative to worksheets which can sometimes seem tedious or boring.
Just print, cut out and laminate these cards and you're ready to go, no prep for years to come! If you look in the upper left corner you'll see a space where you can neatly punch a hole in each card and then connect them with a keyring. This really makes using these task cards easy enough to decide on using at the drop of a hat, and they make for fantastic review.
Included with this product:
30 imperfect task cards, black and white version
30 imperfect task cards, color version
Student response sheet
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