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, Y7 (Beginner)

Video listening for beginners based on a video from Imagiers/French with Videos. Easy gapfill. I have reorganised the Y7/primary page to show video listening separately and I am hoping to add more.

, Y12-13 (Advanced)

Video listening task on food wastage. A-level/adult students. Based on a France 3 TV report. Gap fill and questions in French. In Europe and the USA we waste on average 100kg of food per person per year, it is claimed.

, Adult students

Near beginners dialogue and vocabulary: at the post office. Aimed at adult learners. For reading and adapting in pairs.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Intermediate/GCSE (Higher) reading task. Visiting Futuroscope, the cinema theme park in Poitiers. Based on a comparison site comments, with spotting general opinions, matching for detailed comprehension and vocabulary.

, Y10-11 (Intermediate)

Intermediate/GCSE reading comprehension. Tripadvisor comments about visiting the Eiffel Tower with a matching task (in English) and gapfill.

, Y12-13 (Advanced)

A-level comprehension based on Tripadvisor comments on the Musée d'Orsay. Typical of AS level comprehension in England. Comments, identifying general opinions, matching for detailed comprehension and a vocabulary list to complete. Answers provided. Also placed in the Adult Students section.

, Adult students

Paired dialogue and notes. Talking about last weekend. Aimed at post beginner adult learners. Phrases in bold can be substituted with alternatives provided. Some stress on perfect tense.

, Adult students

Railway station ticket office dialogue and vocabulary list. There are now 10 dialogues similar to this.

, Adult students

Two new simple dialogues and vocabulary lists for adult student beginners. At the market (greengrocer's) and hiring a car. The greengrocer one is also on the Y8 page.

, Adult students

Three new near beginner dialogues and vocabulary/notes for adult students. Au café, chez le poissonnier and à la boucherie. Same format as the others: dialogue with items in bold which can be changed using the vocabulary notes.