Understanding passages about past events (1/1)

In this lesson, we will analyse a longer listening text in the perfect tense.

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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!

Q1.What two words to we need to make a sentence negative in French?

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Q2.In the perfect tense, where do we put the ne...pas to make a sentence negative?

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Q3.How would we make 'j'ai quitté' negative?

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Q4.How would you make 'Je suis resté' negative?

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Q5.How would you make 'Il est allé' negative?

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Q6.How would you say 'She didn't meet'?

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Q7.How would you say 'we didn't go out'?

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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.
 
Q8.quelque

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Q9.sans

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Q10.notre

10/14

Q11.dont

11/14

Q12.non

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Q13.an

13/14

Q14.monde

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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!

Q1.What two words to we need to make a sentence negative in French?

1/14

Q2.In the perfect tense, where do we put the ne...pas to make a sentence negative?

2/14

Q3.How would we make 'j'ai quitté' negative?

3/14

Q4.How would you make 'Je suis resté' negative?

4/14

Q5.How would you make 'Il est allé' negative?

5/14

Q6.How would you say 'She didn't meet'?

6/14

Q7.How would you say 'we didn't go out'?

7/14

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.
 
Q8.quelque

8/14

Q9.sans

9/14

Q10.notre

10/14

Q11.dont

11/14

Q12.non

12/14

Q13.an

13/14

Q14.monde

14/14

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Understanding a longer text in the perfect tense [1/1]

Plenary quiz

Q1.What does the past participle of a regular -er verb in the perfect tense end in?

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Q2.What does the past participle of a regular -ir verb in the perfect tense end in?

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Q3.What does a regular -re verb in the perfect tense end in?

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Q4.Faire, voir, boire, dire and prendre are all examples of...

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Q5.How do you say 'I have done' (faire - to do)?

5/14

Q6.How do you say 'I have seen' (voir - to see)?

6/14

Q7.How do you say 'I have taken' (prendre - to take)?

7/14

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.
 
Q8.jour

8/14

Q9.après

9/14

Q10.personne

10/14

Q11.dernier

11/14

Q12.pendant

12/14

Q13.peu

13/14

Q14.bon

14/14

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Unit quizzes are being retired in August 2023

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Quiz:

Understanding a longer text in the perfect tense [1/1]

Plenary quiz

Q1.What does the past participle of a regular -er verb in the perfect tense end in?

1/14

Q2.What does the past participle of a regular -ir verb in the perfect tense end in?

2/14

Q3.What does a regular -re verb in the perfect tense end in?

3/14

Q4.Faire, voir, boire, dire and prendre are all examples of...

4/14

Q5.How do you say 'I have done' (faire - to do)?

5/14

Q6.How do you say 'I have seen' (voir - to see)?

6/14

Q7.How do you say 'I have taken' (prendre - to take)?

7/14

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.
 
Q8.jour

8/14

Q9.après

9/14

Q10.personne

10/14

Q11.dernier

11/14

Q12.pendant

12/14

Q13.peu

13/14

Q14.bon

14/14

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