exercise 1: fill in the correct form of the possessives ( ‘s, s’, ‘ ) exercise 2: choose the correct form of the possessives ( ‘s, s’, ‘ ) exercise 3: choose ‘s or of; exercise 4: make phrases with ‘s or of; Useful pages. exercises for practising possessive pronouns (my/ mine/ of mine etc.)
(a) gender and number (articles, adjectives and nouns), (b) conjugation patterns, (c) the basic tenses: present, imperfect, present perfect, simple future. Exercise 1 ("Fill in the Blanks") tests and teaches understanding of French sentence structure. Exercise 2 ("Unscramble the Words") tests and teaches Sentence Generation.
- 10 Fill in the blanks questions on articles a, au, aux and en (refer to word file to note and to videos for extra help) **Try the practice questions in the video, they may come in handy! Practice Posessive adjectives with the links below:
I am learning French language. Adjective of Quantity. Adjectives of Quantity tell us how much of things. It tells us approximate amount not the exact number of a noun such as much, a little, some, any, no, most, half, all, whole, sufficient, enough, few, great etc. Adjectives of quantity are followed by singular uncountable nouns. For example: 1.
Type in the correct form of verb in lowercase in the given blanks. Click the Submit button when you have finished. Click the Reset button to start over. 1. Your friends for you for over an hour.(wait) 2. It is not worth so much money for this concert (pay). 3. When I reached the station, the train (leave). 4. I the Taj Mahal last month. (visit).
The French adjectives reflect the gender and the number of the noun(s) they describe. The French adjective can be either masculine, feminine, singular or plural. It seems like a lot but it is not that hard. Besides there are some simple rules that apply and the truth is that even the French sometimes confuse the correct forms of their ...
Get Writing: Fill-in Poetry. You can give students the chance to practice adjectives for poetry writing without the stress of writing a poem from scratch. Before the activity, find a poem that is appropriate for the class level and contains plenty of adjectives. Retype the poem, but omit the adjectives, leaving blank lines instead.