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Assessment Preparation
Y7 Monet
Assessment Preparation
BIG PICTURE
Vocabulary that you need to know for the exam :
Classroom equipment
Numbers
Days of the week
Months
Greetings / introducing yourself
Giving your age
Conjugation that you need to know for the exam
Avoir
Grammatical points that you need to master for the exam
negation
present tense
feminine/masculine articles
singular/plural agreement
1. Main vocabulary
Topic/ question
YOU NEED TO KNOW THIS
Vocabulary
Quel material as-tu?
(what classroom equipment do you
have?)
J’ai  I have
Je n’ai pas de (no un/une)  I do not
have
YOU NEED TO KNOW THIS
Une colle
Une feuille
Une table
Une règle
Une fenêtre
Une porte
Une gomme
Une trousse
Comment tu t’appelles ?
(What is your name ?)
Ca va ?
(How are you?)
Un cahier
Un livre
Un crayon
Un stylo
Un dictionnaire
Salut
Bonjour
Au revoir
Je m’appelle…
Tu t’appelles …
Ça va très bien
Ça va bien
Ça va bof
Ça va comme-ci comme-ca
Quelle est la date ?
What is the day ?
Ça ne va pas
Ça va mal
Ça va très mal
Aujourd’hui c’est
Lundi
Mardi
Mercredi
Jeudi
Vendredi
Samedi
Dimanche
Janvier
Février
Mars
Avril
Mai
Juin
Juillet
Aout
septembre
Octobre
Practice spelling here / add personal
notes (difficulty, pronunciation, extra
vocabulary…)
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Novembre
Décembre
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Quel âge as-tu?
(How old are you ?)
J’ai …. ans.
Tu as … ans
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Les nombres
(numbers)
Un
Deux
Trois
Quatre
Cinq
Six
Sept
Huit
Neuf
Dix
Onze
Douze
Treize
Quatorze
Quinze
Seize
Dix-sept
dix-huit
dix-neuf
vingt
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 Tips :learn vocabulary in complete sentences, not just isolated words!
 Tips : prepare flashcards
 Tips: always VARY your vocabulary
2. Basic Conjugation
Avoir (to have)
J’ai
Tu as
Il /elle a
3. Learning intentions
 Express what classroom equipment you have
• I have/ I do not have  J’ai un/une, je n’ai pas de (take off un/une)
• Example : Dans ma trousse, j’ai une colle. Je n’ai pas de règle.
 Tips : you can use “et” which mean “and” to extend you sentences
 Tips: check the articles (un/une)
 Introducing youself and ask how someone if feeling
• Salut, je m’appelle …. Ça va ?
• Ca va très bien, merci !
 Tips : add “conversational” word (“thank you” / “merci”, “and you”/”et toi”) to get a
nice and natural conversation
 Tips : show me that you can use synonyms instead of repeating the same word
 Expressing the date
• Quelle est la date? Aujourd’hui c’est Vendredi 7 Octobre.
 Tips :do not write “th” next to the number in the date
 Tips: check your months endings (September = Septembre)
 Telling your age
• Quel âge as-tu? J’ai douze ans.
 Tips : You have to write “ans” at the ending of the age
 Tips: do not forget to add a final “S”
 Tips : show to your teacher that you know how to spell numbers by writing them in
letters!

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