Practice at Home: Les verbes Review Games

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Practice at Home: Les verbes Review Games
Practice at Home: Les verbes
Dear Parents,
In French we have several different verbs. Please use these sheets to help practice the
vocabulary at home. Included here are some flashcards and several Review Games to help you help
your child(ren) practise some of the verbs we have learned so far this year. All of these verbs have
been learned using gestures/actions. The pictures are clues that might help your child(ren)
remember the meaning by giving visual clues as well. Please remember that in our French class we
generally do not focus on English to French translations when practising our vocabulary. Rather, the
English-French translations included in this Home Practice package are meant to aid you in better
understanding the words and so you can help your child(ren) when stuck. Please refer to the
vocabulary list below for reference.
Vocabulary: See list on following 8 pages.
Review Games:
Cut apart the flashcards to play the following games:
1.
Flashcards (on a separate pdf file)
• Use the cards as straight forward flashcards—where you have your child look at the picture and
say the French word, or have them select the picture card from a face-up pile for the French word
on the flashcards.
2. Memory
• Flip the picture and word cards upside down. Flip over two cards at a time and try to find a match.
3. Go fish/Va pêcher
• Use the picture cards and their matching word. Each person starts with 5 cards. Try to find the
match to the cards in your hand by asking the other players for that card. Ask for the card in
French—example: I have the picture card of “Il trouve” in my hand and I ask for “Il trouve” or
“trouver” from another player; I have the word “Il mange” in my hand so I ask for (the picture
card of) “manger/Il mange” from another player. If the other player does not have the requested
card, pick a card up from the pile (go fish). If you match all the cards in your hand and there are
still cards in the pile, select 3 more cards from the pile and continue playing until all the cards have
been matched. The player with the most matches wins.
4. Mix it up and Race to Match
• Put the cards face up and mixed up in a pile. The race is to try to match all the cards correctly.
Time your child and record the time. Have your child try to beat his/her time.
5. Try to get your child to think of a sentence using the verb s/he selects from the pile. Example: s/he
selects the card with “Il boit” and s/he creates the sentence: “Il boit de l'eau.” (Encourage your child
to use words s/he knows to create the sentence.)
Thank you for your help by practising at home.
Madame Schouten
Les verbes (answers for reference)
marcher
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Il/elle marche (à ...)
to walk
Je marche
Tu marches
Ils/elles/les (...) marchent
sauter
Il/elle saute (à ...)
to jump
Je saute
Tu sautes
Ils/elles/les (...) sautent
courir
Il/elle court (à ...)
to run
Je cours
Tu cours
Ils/elles/les (...) courent
aller
Il/elle va (à ...)
to go
Je vais
Tu vas
Ils/elles/les (...) vont
venir
Il/elle vient (à ...)
to come
Je viens
Tu viens
Ils/elles/les (...) viennent
rester
Il/elle reste (à ...)
to stay
Je reste
Tu restes
Ils/elles/les (...) restent
Ma maison
moi
Verbs (Continue-answers)
tomber
to fall
s'assoir
to sit down
entrer
to go in/enter
sortir
to go
out/leave
frapper
to hit
choisir
to choose
Il/elle tombe
Je tombe
Tu tombes
Ils/elles/les (...) tombent
Il/elle s'assoit
Je m'assois
Tu t'assois
Ils/elles/les (...) s'assoient
Il/elle entre
J'entre
Tu entres
Ils/elles/les (...) entrent
Il/elle sort
Je sors
Tu sors
Ils/elles/les (...) sortent
Il/elle frappe
Je frappe
Tu frappes
Ils/elles/les (...) frappent
Il/elle choisit
Je choisis
Tu choisis
Ils/elles/les (...) choisissent
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Verbs (Continue-answers)
fermer
Il/elle ferme
to close
Je ferme
Tu fermes
Ils/elles/les (...) ferment
ouvrir
Il/elle ouvre
to open
J'ouvre
Tu ouvres
Ils/elles/les (...) ouvrent
danser
Il/elle danse
to dance
Je danse
Tu danses
Ils/elles/les (...) dansent
chanter
Il/elle chante
to sing
travailler
to work
jouer
to play
Je chante
Tu chantes
Ils/elles/les (...) chantent
Il/elle travaille
Je travaille
Tu travailles
Ils/elles/les (...) travaillent
Il/elle joue
Je joue
Tu joues
Ils/elles/les (...) jouent
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Verbs (Continue-answers)
boire
Il/elle boit
to drink
Je bois
Tu bois
Ils/elles/les (...) boivent
manger
Il/elle mange
to eat
regarder
to look/watch
Je mange
Tu manges
Ils/elles/les (...) mangent
Il/elle regarde
Je regarde
Tu regardes
Ils/elles/les (...) regardent
chercher
Il/elle cherche
to search
Je cherche
Tu cherches
Ils/elles/les (...) cherchent
voir
to see
Il/elle voit
Je vois
Tu vois
Ils/elles/les (...) voient
souffler
Il/elle souffle
to blow
Je souffle
Tu souffles
Ils/elles/les (...) soufflent
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Verbs (Continue-answers)
parler
to speak/talk
dire
Il/elle parle
Je parle
Tu parles
Ils/elles/les (...) parlent
Il/elle dit
to say
Je dis
Tu dis
Ils/elles/les (...) disent
écrire
Il/elle écrit
to write
lire
J'écris
Tu écris
Ils/elles/les (...) écrivent
Il/elle lit
to read
Je lis
Tu lis
Ils/elles/les (...) lisent
mettre
Il/elle met
to put/
to set/place
Je mets
Tu mets
Ils/elles/les (...) mettent
aimer
Il/elle aime
to like
J'aime
Tu aimes
Ils/elles/les (...) aiment
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Verbs (Continue-answers)
donner
Il/elle donne
to give
Je donne
Tu donnes
Ils/elles/les (...) donnent
prendre
to take
Il/elle prend
Je prend
Tu prends
Ils/elles/les (...) prennent
écouter
Il/elle écoute
to listen
J'écoute
Tu écoutes
Ils/elles/les (...) écoutent
entendre
to hear
faire
to do/make
Il/elle entend
J'entend
Tu entends
Ils/elles/les (...) entendent
Il/elle fait
Je fais
Tu fais
Ils/elles/les (...) font
arrêter
Il/elle arrête
to stop
J'arrête
Tu arrêtes
Ils/elles/les (...) arrêtent
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Verbs (Continue-answers)
monter
to go up/
to climb
descendre
to go down/
to descend
oublier
to forget
se rappeler
to remember
savoir
to know
Il/elle monte
Je monte
Tu montes
Ils/elles/les (...) montent
Il/elle descend
Je descend
Tu descends
Ils/elles/les (...) descendent
Il/elle a oublié
J'ai oublié
Tu as oublié
Ils/elles/les (...) ont oublié
Il/elle se rappelle
Je me rappelle
Tu te rappelle
Ils/elles/les (...) se rappellent
Il/elle sait
Je sais
Tu sais
Ils/elles/les (...) savent
ne savoir pas Il/elle ne sait pas
to not know
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Je ne sais pas
Tu ne sais pas
Ils/elles/les (...) ne savent pas
?
Verbs (Continue-answers)
trouver
Il/elle trouve
to find
Je trouve
Tu trouves
Ils/elles/les (...) trouvent
adorer
Il/elle adore
to love
J'adore
Tu adores
Ils/elles/les (...) adorent
pleurer
Il/elle pleure
to cry
avoir peur
(de)
Je pleure
Tu pleures
Ils/elles/les (...) pleurent
Il/elle a peur de ...
J'ai peur de...
Tu as peur de...
to have fear of../ Ils/elles/les (...) ont peur de...
to be afraid of..
chasser
Il/elle chasse
to chase
Je chasse
Tu chasses
Ils/elles/les (...) chassent
nager
to swim
Il/elle nage
Je nage
Tu nages
Ils/elles/les (...) nagent
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