Year 7 – Être

Bonjour! Last week we looked at the verb AVOIR, so this week we’re working on another important irregular verb, which is ÊTRE (to be). Again last week proved very productive! We are proud to showcase some of the work emailed to teachers. Keep up the good work and please continue to email us at mflwordpress@clf.uk 🙂. Be as creative as you want and remember to email us pictures of your delicious French food too!

Student E S (Year 7 – KOA)
Student A W (Year 7 – KOA)
Student R T (Year 7 – KOA)
Student F S (Year 7 – KOA)
Student R G (Year 7 – KOA)

LA BLAGUE DE LA SEMAINE

Un bandit entre dans une maison. Il prend la télévision, des bijoux, de l’argent. Quand il part, un enfant lui demande: “Tu peux prendre mon bulletin scolaire aussi ?” Mdr!! 😀

GRAMMAIRE

ETRE is the most useful verb in French language and it is an irregular verb. So you’ll need to learn it, memorise it and practise it as much as possible to use it confidently and accurately.

Now let’s have a look at ETRE paradigm (the letters underlined in red are totally SILENT).

 

LE TRAVAIL DE LA SEMAINE

Now it’s your turn to practise what you have learnt! (download the worksheet and complete the tasks, then download the answers to check).

Citation de la semaine

Être ou ne pas être (Hamlet, Acte 3, Scène 1)

LE DEFI DE LA SEMAINE (challenge of the week)

Record yourself speaking French on a topic of your choice. Can you do it for “Just a minute”? You could include the following: Greeting, name, age, age, birthday, pets, family, likes and dislikes (Lisa’s example below).

Techno “folie” 

Change your phone to French language in your settings. Also try to text a friend in French! Please find below some cool texting abbreviations you might want to include. 🙂

La recette de la semaine

Need help? Please find below your French Knowledge Organiser and Vocabulary pages below.