How to do French Verbs for GCSE French

How to do French Verbs for GCSE French Suitable for all boards!

Ideal for use in class, revision or independent study!

Provide student-friendly guidance on how French verbs work!

Help learners reach their full potential – break the memorisation habit and instil real understanding of how to manipulate the language to write everything from the simplest to the most sophisticated sentences!

14 chapters – based on the 2016 GCSE specifications for all boards – break down the key elements of each grammar point with:

  • clear explanations and instructions
  • helpful dual-language examples
  • informative verb tables
  • 60 translation and consolidation activities

Teachers save time with this ready-made pack!

14 chapters:

  1. Verbs (Explanation in English)
  2. The Present Tense
  3. Reflexive Verbs
  4. The Future Tense
  5. The Perfect Tense
  6. The Imperfect Tense
  7. The Pluperfect Tense
  8. The Conditional Tense
  9. ‘To Play’
  10. Four Tricky Verbs
  11. Verbal Structures
  12. Questions, Negatives and Exclamations
  13. The Passive
  14. The Subjunctive

The resource is really comprehensive, which is appreciated. Some students can be lost when it comes to grammatical terms. It is a good idea to take the time to really explain them right from the beginning. I really like the style. It is written as if a teacher were talking to the reader. There is a spirit of congeniality all through these pages. I particularly like that. The explanations are really clear and straight to the point. Even the students who are not really versed in grammar will be able to use this resource. – E Miegakanda, Teacher & Peer Reviewer

Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.

Price is £69
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