Monday, August 21, 2023

Free French Present Verb Book and Writing Exercises for Aller

Free French Verb Read & Write Unit

Aller in the Present Tense

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Teaching kids about French verbs doesn't have to be boring! My French Verb units are all about making it simple and fun for both teacher and student. Best of all, they're completely free!

So far in this series of the present tense of French verbs, we have Avoir, Etre, Voir, and now we have Aller! Starting with irregular verbs can make teaching a bit simpler later on in your student's French journeys, so that is why these books begin with these verbs.

Introducing verbs in the present tense is a great way to start too - but don't fret if you have older learners! These units include things for them too!

What is Included?
Included in each of these units you'll find:
  • French verb cards in the present tense for flashcards or to use as a display
  • A French Verb book students can read using the present tense of the verb in sentences
  • Writing pages for all ages
  • Conjugation pages for present tense and all tenses

How Should I Use Them?
These units are a great introduction to French verbs and how they can be conjugated, just as verbs in English can be. I always start by introducing the verb using the cards, telling my learners 

"that in French, we use verbs or action words just as we do in English - we change the word for different tenses. The verb aller in French means 'to go'. In English we we want to say "You go to the store" it would mean that we are saying the action is happening right now - you are going to the store. If we wanted to say in English that we already went to the store we would say "I went to the store" - the verb to go changes to 'went'. It's the same for French, some verbs change a lot depending on when we did the action."

I will then introduce how the verb is conjugated in the present using the cards and then reading the book together. The writing exercises or conjugation sheets can be used afterward or on another day after you've practiced the verb a little bit. 

Download the Unit for Free!

You can download this free unit by clicking on the link below. 

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