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    Identity and culture – Free-time activities

    Learn and practise your AQA GCSE French on the theme about free-time activities.

    Learn about aller – to go in the present tense

    Learn about aller – to go in the present tense, le présent in French.

    Verb endings in the present tense in French

    Verb endings in the present tense in French

    Passer (to pass/come) in the present tense in French

    'Passer' (to pass/come/spend) in the present tense in French'Passer' means 'to pass/come/spend' and is a regular -ER verb in French, therefore it will use the regular endings -e, -es, -e, -ons, -ez, -ent. Here are a few examples: Passer te voir: to come to see you...
    Learn about sortir – to go out in the perfect tense

    Learn about sortir – to go out in the perfect tense

    Learn about sortir - to go out in the perfect tense - le passé composé in FrenchLearn about sortir in the perfect tense in French. This is one of the verbs that will use être in the present tense to form the passé composé. Read and listen carefully and check the...

    Learn about aller – to go in the perfect tense

    Learn about aller – to go in the perfect tense

    Learn about aller - to go in the perfect tense - le passé composé in French Learn about aller in the perfect tense in French. This is one of the verbs that will use être in the present tense to form the passé composé. Read and listen carefully and check the...

    Learn about verbs using avoir in the perfect tense

    Learn about verbs using avoir in the perfect tense

    Learn about regular and irregular verbs using avoir in the perfect tense - le passé composé in French.Le passé composé is a tense that you'll use to talk about something that happened in the past. To be able to form le passé composé - the perfect tense in French, you...

    Learn about avoir – to have in the present tense

    Learn about avoir – to have in the present tense

    Avoir - To have in the present tenseLesson on avoir - to have in the present tense Avoir means "to have" in English and is used in various ways and can be extremely useful. One of the most used verb in French. First of all, it can be used to: say what you have: j'ai...

    Identity and culture – Technology in everyday life

    Identity and culture – Technology in everyday life

    AQA GCSE French - Identity and culture - Technology in everyday lifeLearn the AQA GCSE French vocabulary about "Technology in everyday life" from the table below. It contains a list of 36 words and phrases for the Foundation Tier and 20 words and phrases for the...

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