In this lesson, we will practise comparing things and and looking at the way that adjectives agree for regular singular feminine nouns. (-sse, -lle, -nne).
Unit Overview: Year 8 Unit 4
In this lesson, we will say what something is like by comparing people and things using the comparative forms of adjectives.
In this lesson, we will practise comparing how people do things, learning the difference between mieux and meilleur, as well as using the nous and vous forms of some irregular -re verbs.
In this lesson, we will practise comparing how people do things, focusing on the comparative form of adverbs. We are also looking at the ils and elles forms of some irregular -re verbs.
In this lesson, we will learn about how to communicate in other languages, as well as learning about regular -re verbs
In this lesson, we will learn about how to talk about other languages (espagnol, italiens and anglais) as well as practising regular -re verbs in the present tense, the prepositions "à" and "de", and using inversion to make questions from statements.
In this lesson, we will learn about the present tense formation of -re verbs such as 'dire' and 'lire' and will revisit the nasal and oral sounds 'aim'/im' and 'ain/in'.
In this lesson, we will learn about the present tense formation of -re verbs like 'écrire' and 'décrire', the indefinite adjective 'tout', as well gender and number agreement.
In this lesson, we will be consolidating some Year 7 grammar and vocabulary such as using the verb 'aller' with an infinitive to talk about future plans, forming negatives with 'ne' and 'pas', and forming when and where questions with 'quand' and 'où'.
In this lesson, we will talk about what you can, must, will and want to do using irregluar -ir modal verbs 'vouloir' and 'devoir' followed by the infinitive. We will also revisit saying 'can' in French using 'pouvoir' and 's'avoir'', and where to position adverbs.