Amy Horn


Adjective Agreement French Practice

The model included in this activity filled out the adjectives used by students in advance, but you can edit them as you see fit. Students work with a regular adjective and a BANGS adjective for each sentence and provide an illustration for each script and sentence they write. That`s not bad! You have the basics below, but perhaps you would like to repeat our lesson on French adjectives to refresh the rules of the French adjective agreement. And make sure you avoid these frequent French mistakes. For this task, fill out a diagram to practice the correct positioning and spelling of French adjectives. Each line of the diagram begins with an English sentence illustrated by a storyboard scene. Although each English sentence contains a plural subject, your task is to adapt each English sentence into 2-3 French sentences describing the objects of the scene individually. As students incorporate more French adjectives into their repertoire, they must practice the correct spelling and placement of each adjective. In particular, it is important that they distinguish French standard adjectives from BANGS adjectives (beauty, age, number, kindness and size). In this activity, students create a diagram that illustrates the match between a nostun and two adjectives. It`s a good job. You understand the basic rules of the French adjective agreement.

Ready for something a little more sophisticated? Try our quiz on adjective positions. That`s right! Looks like you need to study more. Visit our lesson on French adjectives and try this quiz again. Here are some starting games that you can use in your English column.

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