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Adjective agreement, colours, clothes, using avoir, French, KS3

Overall rating 3 out of 53.6 (8 ratings)

Last updated 26 February 2013, created 09 October 2008, viewed 14,104

PPT to illustrate adjective agreement. The colour grid in the PPT is always photocopied before class so the pupils have the correct version in their books! :)

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THE SOLUTION TO THE NIGHTMARE ABOUT FRENCH ADJECTIVES AGREEMENTS. EXCELLENT POWERPOINT PRESENTATION.

from delacroixc, 13 May 2009
(report comment) 5 out of 5

MTRPARIS100. Very well organised, I will certainly use in the classroom.

from mtrollope, 30 January 2009
(report comment) 4 out of 5

translation encore et toujours. It's nice and the grid is useful. But colours are not always adjectives (J'aime le bleu. Le noir te va bin, etc). Then, why always use translations? Describe a picture instead would allow the class to remain in a TL atmosphere...

from yaziris, 24 November 2008
(report comment) 3 out of 5

.............. Sharon, candida_at else has already converted it for everyone. :) L

from lstwentyfive, 17 October 2008
(report comment) 5 out of 5

can you re-submit in in compatability format. The reason some people can't open it is becuase it was done in Microsoft office 2007. Older versions e.g. Office 2003 won't open it and need a compatability pack. If anyone does use 2007- when you click "save as" it gives you an option to save it in compatability mode. This means you can open it on older versions. If you could re-submit it in this mode everyone will be able to access it (I had the same problem getting things at school because I have 2007 on my laptop and the school has 2003)

from sharon_hill, 17 October 2008
(report comment) 3 out of 5
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