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    Spelling audio flashcards – Technology

    Practise the AQA GCSE French vocabulary about Technology with this spelling audio flashcard activity.

    Spelling Dictation – Technology

    Practise the AQA GCSE French vocabulary about Technology with these spelling dictation activities.

    Practise être – to be in the present tense

    Practise Être - To be in the present tense Lesson on être - to be in the present tense Être means "to be" in English and is used in various ways and can be extremely useful. First of all, it can be used to say: where you are: je suis à Paris - I am in Paris how you...

    Practise avoir – to have in the present tense

    Practise 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...
    Spelling flashcards – Conjunctions and connectives

    Spelling flashcards – Conjunctions and connectives

    Spelling flashcards - AQA GCSE French conjunctions and connectives - Les conjonctions et les connecteursUse these spelling flashcards to practise the AQA GCSE French conjunctions and connectives. Look at the English phrases and try to write and spell their French...

    Drag and drop activity – Conjunctions and connectives

    Drag and drop activity – Conjunctions and connectives

    Drag and drop activity - AQA GCSE French conjunctions and connectives - Les conjonctions et les connecteursComplete these drag and drop activities to practise the AQA GCSE French conjunctions and connectives. Match the French phrases with their English translations....

    Audio flashcards – Conjunctions and connectives

    Audio flashcards – Conjunctions and connectives

    Audio flashcards - AQA GCSE French conjunctions and connectives - Les conjonctions and les connecteursUse these audio flashcards to practise the AQA GCSE French conjunctions and connectives. Look at the English phrases and try to remember their French translations....

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