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French verb PRENDRE - Upper intermediate translation exercise
In beginner French, we teach our students to use the verb prendre when talking about food and drinks and in some of the other most obvious ways. This exercise is not intended for beginners. This resource is for upper-intermediate to advanced students. There are 30 English sentences to translate using the verb prendre in many different ways. Since there are always other ways to translate sentences I have set up the exercise like this. It's a good way for students to realize that even though grossir means to gain weight, one can also say prendre du poids and it means the same thing.
1. Translate: He's gaining a little weight.
(grossir) : Il grossit un peu.
(prendre): Il prend un peu de poids.
Answer key is included. Keep in mind that translations can really vary. This exercise will be a good review for building grammatically sound sentences as many different different aspects of the language are included (present, passé composé, futur proche, futur simple, falloir, relative pronouns, lots of idiomatic expressions, and much more).
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