Mini-Dialogue pour Noël: Le Père Noël est occupé!
This is a two part French lesson for upper-beginner to intermediate level learners that will assess two different skills: listening and reading comprehension. It is a good idea to wait and check your answers once both steps of this lesson have been completed. Once the lesson has been completed, you may want to go back and change some of your answers before checking them against the answer key.
This lesson is included in my BUNDLED FRENCH LESSONS.
This text is written in mostly in the present tense. Sometimes you’ll see the conditional (aimerait, voudrait) and a few pronouns are used from time to time.
Step 1: Listening comprehension
Step 2: Reading comprehension
Step 3: Check your work
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