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French Teaching Resources. The Subjunctive + Emotions Dominoes.

French Teaching Resources. The Subjunctive + Emotions Dominoes.
French Teaching Resources. The Subjunctive + Emotions Dominoes.
French Teaching Resources. The Subjunctive + Emotions Dominoes.
French Teaching Resources. The Subjunctive + Emotions Dominoes.
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I use these English - French dominoes to revise expressions of emotion and the subjunctive.

Expressions:

Je suis surpris qu’elle ne fasse qu'un minimum de travail en ce moment.
1. My mother is very happy that you have settled well into your new house.
Ma mère est très contente que vous soyez si bien installé dans votre nouvelle maison.
We are happy that the weather is fine today.
Nous sommes heureux qu’il fasse beau aujourd’hui.
I am afraid that she isn’t happy.
J'ai peur qu'elle ne soit pas contente.
He is sorry that you didn’t pass the exam.
Il est désolé que tu n'aies pas réussi à l'examen.
I am sorry that we are not going to France this year.
Je regrette que nous n'allions pas en France cette année.
They are afraid that the situation is getting worse.
Ils craignent que la situation s'empire.
Are you sad that the neighbours have to move?
Es-tu triste que les voisins doivent déménager?
It’s a shame that she didn’t say anything to you.
C’est dommage qu’elle ne t’ait rien dit
I would rather that we go to Spain this summer.
Je préfère que nous allions en Espagne cet été.
He is glad that you can come and visit us.
Il aime que tu puisses venir nous rendre visite.
We are surprised that he didn’t visit us.
Nous sommes surpris qu’il ne soit pas venu nous rendre visite.
I am surprised that she is only doing a minimum amount of work at the moment.

You may choose to have different levels of challenge. For example,

Level 1 = line up the cards and discuss the pronunciation.

Level 2 = as level 1 and then have quick fire questions from French to English, whereby 1 student closes their eyes and their partner reads out the French cards which the student must translate into English from memory.

Level 3 = As Level 2 but the quick fire questions are from English to French.

Following checking there is a fun game I learnt in Japan called Karuta. In Karuta the students spread out the dominoes in front of them. I then say the English and the students compete to touch the correct French card first. Whoever touches it first wins the card. The student with the most cards at the end of the game wins. The students love this game!

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