This folder includes a one-page lesson on stress pronouns. You will also find a subfolder that contains a pdf file with 56 examples (on 2 pages) of stress pronouns used in a short sentence with different colors and fonts to help students spot different parts of the sentence. This pdf file comes with 2 MP3 files: one in which examples are pronounced slowly, and one in which they are prnounced faster, the way the French would in a conversation, with sounds blended together.
Finally, you will get a document containing 3 exercises on stress pronouns. In the 1st exercise, students will get 20 sentences with a blank. Students have to figure out what stress pronoun would make the most sense. In the 2nd exercise, students have 10 simple sentences to translate into French, and of course each sentence contains a stress pronoun. Finally, the 3rd exercise contains 6 multiple choice. All answers are provided at the end of the document.