Talk about food at home vs at special occasions (Part 1/3)

In this lesson, we use regular -er verbs with je vs irregular -re verbs with je in order to talk about what we eat usually, and at special occasions.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

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Q1.Which is the correct French translation for 'New Year's Eve'?

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Q2.Which is the correct French translation for 'Do you celebrate Hanukkah?'

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Q3.Which is the most appropriate option from below, to complete this question: '.............vous faites pour le Nouvel An?'

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Q4.'Est-ce que' and 'qu'est-ce que' should be positioned at....

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Q5.Which is the correct French translation for: 'What do you do at Eid'?

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The next 7 questions cover some very common words you will need in French in KS4. These words are very important because they give away or subtly change the meaning of a sentence. Select the correct meaning for each word. When you get your score, check your answers and write down any of these words that you didn't know.
 
Q6.ici

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Q7.rien

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Q8.nom

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Q9.dès

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Q10.maintenant

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Q11.meilleur

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Q12.trop

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Question 11

Question 12

Q1.Which is the correct French translation for 'New Year's Eve'?

1/12

Q2.Which is the correct French translation for 'Do you celebrate Hanukkah?'

2/12

Q3.Which is the most appropriate option from below, to complete this question: '.............vous faites pour le Nouvel An?'

3/12

Q4.'Est-ce que' and 'qu'est-ce que' should be positioned at....

4/12

Q5.Which is the correct French translation for: 'What do you do at Eid'?

5/12

The next 7 questions cover some very common words you will need in French in KS4. These words are very important because they give away or subtly change the meaning of a sentence. Select the correct meaning for each word. When you get your score, check your answers and write down any of these words that you didn't know.
 
Q6.ici

6/12

Q7.rien

7/12

Q8.nom

8/12

Q9.dès

9/12

Q10.maintenant

10/12

Q11.meilleur

11/12

Q12.trop

12/12

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Talk about food at home vs at special occasions [1 /3]

Plenary quiz

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Q1.Which is the correct French translate for 'to snack' in French?

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Q2.Which is the correct French translation for 'lunch'?

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Q3.The English translation for 'je mange' is...

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Q4.Which is the correct French translation for 'I drink'?

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Q5.Which is the correct English translation for: 'Usually, I eat too much'

5/12

The next 7 questions cover some very common words you will need in French in KS4. These words are very important because they give away or subtly change the meaning of a sentence. Select the correct meaning for each word. When you get your score, check your answers and write down any of these words that you didn't know.
 
Q6.devant

6/12

Q7.chez moi

7/12

Q8.plusieurs

8/12

Q9.votre

9/12

Q10.mieux

10/12

Q11.près

11/12

Q12.aujourd'hui

12/12

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Quiz:

Talk about food at home vs at special occasions [1 /3]

Plenary quiz

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Question 11

Question 12

Q1.Which is the correct French translate for 'to snack' in French?

1/12

Q2.Which is the correct French translation for 'lunch'?

2/12

Q3.The English translation for 'je mange' is...

3/12

Q4.Which is the correct French translation for 'I drink'?

4/12

Q5.Which is the correct English translation for: 'Usually, I eat too much'

5/12

The next 7 questions cover some very common words you will need in French in KS4. These words are very important because they give away or subtly change the meaning of a sentence. Select the correct meaning for each word. When you get your score, check your answers and write down any of these words that you didn't know.
 
Q6.devant

6/12

Q7.chez moi

7/12

Q8.plusieurs

8/12

Q9.votre

9/12

Q10.mieux

10/12

Q11.près

11/12

Q12.aujourd'hui

12/12

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