French Passé Composé with Etre Song and Writing Activities

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Lesson with English instructions.

From the album Sing French. Learn French, the song "The 14 Verbs that use Etre in the Passé Composé" covers the necessary concepts to remember and to use the list of 14 verbs that use être in the passé composé in French. Beginner learners will develop their language skills and find that textbook concepts naturally begin to make sense, as easily as a song on the radio gets into your head. Paired with the song, this lesson is a proven and fun way to retain French lessons.

It is very easy to use:

1. Play the song
2. Students listent and sing the song
and
3. Practice the concept with the activities

Franck Brichet, 5th grade teacher and founder of do re mi Languages creates original songs and lessons featuring students from Académie Lafayette. This lesson can easily complement a traditional classroom lesson or serve as a fun activity at home or on the go!

See all 14 songs and lessons in my store.

Listen to all 14 songs at doremilanguages.com.
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French Passé Composé with Etre Song and Writing Activities
French Passé Composé with Etre Song and Writing Activities
French Passé Composé with Etre Song and Writing Activities
French Passé Composé with Etre Song and Writing Activities
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