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French for Year 4 (27th May)

Bonjour! 

Here is a worksheet with not much writing for you to do, half of which is in English, as it is Half Term after all!

Can you fill in the English meanings of the first six places in the town and then fill in the French meanings of the next six?  Looking at your work in the last few weeks should make this easier.  

French for Year 4 (20th May)

Bonjour! 

Here is a song about places in a French town.  Unfortunately it's not on YouTube so you could make up your own tune, if you can't remember the tune from before.  (It should sound like a marching song!) 

Which French nouns are the same as English ones? 

Which ones are nearly the same as English ones? 

Which ones are so different that you might have to look them up as they are too hard to guess? 

 

Tricky question!  Why in the third line is there an <l'> before <hôtel> even though 'h' is not one of the five vowels (a, e, i,o,u)

 

Charles de Gaulle is shown to the left of the song.  In the picture at the top you can see him meeting other world leaders.  Can you name the famous man on the right, sitting to the left of Charles de Gaulle?  (An older member of your family might be able to help you with this!)    

French for Year 4 (13th May)

Bonjour!  A new topic for revision today!  La ville = The town 

Can you put the numbers on the right place in the town plan to match the vocabulary?  (Use a bright colour when you do this please)  This is not too hard as the English meaning is provided.

Which French nouns are the same as English ones? 

Which ones are nearly the same as English ones? 

Which ones are so different that you might have to look them up as they are too hard to guess? 

Can you remember the words if you cover them up one by one? 

Can you remember which ones are 'le' and which are 'la'? 

Why are six of them <l'>?  

French for Year 4 (6th May)

Bonjour!

Looking at the worksheet can you write seven sentences in French about what you like to do or do not like to do on each day of the week?  You need to take one item from each coloured column and to use your imagination.  (The sentences should make sense though!)  You will find that this will revise the work we did in the topic 'La ville' (The town)  Can you read your sentences out with different expressions?

French for Year 4 (29th April)

Bonjour!

Can you copy the French words underneath the right activity?  Copy the words carefully!  Try to learn the words by covering them up and concentrating on the picture.  Can you say the words?  Can you spell them?  (Don't forget to include the accents!)

French for Year 4 (22nd April)

Bonjour!  Can you copy the French for each activity under the right picture?  Think about what the English names for each activity are.  Which French nouns are the same as English ones?  Which ones are nearly the same as English ones?  Which ones are so different that you might have to look them up as they are too hard to guess?  Can you remember the words if you cover them up one by one?    

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French for Year 4 (1st April)

Bonjour!

Look at the sheet of Easter vocabulary.  can you say the words out loud?  Can you remember the words if you cover them up one by one?  Can you spell any of the words without  looking at the sheet?

 

Quick quiz:

1.  Why do the French call April Fool's Day 'Poisson d'avril'?

2.  If a baby is born in France at Easter, what seasonal name might the parents choose for him/her?   

According to French folklore:

a) Why do church bells in France fly to Rome on Good Friday?

b) When they fly back to France what are they full of? 

 

Bonne chance!

French for Year 4 (25th March)
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