This French grammar worksheet is a great way for students to practice direct object pronouns in a variety of ways.
Part one focuses on knowing how to express the various direct object pronouns in French with simple translation.
Part two focuses on knowing which direct object pronoun would be used to replace various nouns.
Part three focuses on using direct object pronouns to refer to people and identifying which pronoun to use according to what they read in the given sentences.
Part four focuses on identifying and replacing the direct object in French sentences. Students will underline the direct object in a given sentence, and then they will rewrite the sentence, replacing the direct object with a direct object pronoun.
Part five focuses on correctly translating English sentences into French, using the correct direct object pronouns as determined by the given clues.
This worksheet focuses mostly on the present tense; however, it does involve the use of some verbs in the imparfait and passé composé tenses, including agreement of the past participle with preceding direct objects.
Note: For users of the Bon Voyage level 2 textbook, this corresponds very well with Chapter 1 Structure. It also works well with Chapter 2 of Bien Dit 2 and can work well with any other lesson on direct object pronouns. In fact, it is a Word document that can easily be edited and adapted to any French textbook or curriculum.