A1 - B2 LEVELS: French Antonyms
Learning opposite words is a fantastic way to increase your French vocabulary. You'll get a downloadable list that you can print, and links to two study sets to help you practice and master all of these words. Start with the French - English set, then move on to the French - French set for a real challenge! Be sure to have a look at the preview video to see everything that is included in this resource.
Have some fun while learning your huge list of really useful French words and their opposites as you work on 4 crossword puzzles. Answer keys are included.
Now for some real fun! Download your set of 135 practice strips, print, and hook together with a ring. You're going to really up your game with all of this new vocabulary! It's a nice break to move away from the screen sometimes. You'll be able to pull these out and play around with your French at any time!
Here's an example of what they say: Si ce n'est pas beau, c'est quoi?
As you work your way through the set, give your answers in complete sentences. For example: Si ce n'est pas beau, c'est moche!
You'll also get three sets of practice cards (64 cards each) which will allow you to see how these antonyms are used in context. One set is for reading aloud with or without a partner. The other sets require you to fill in the blanks with the missing opposite words.
SET 1: "Mon sac est trop lourd." "Enlève des livres et il sera plus léger."
SET 2: "Mon sac est trop lourd." "Enlève des livres et il sera plus _______."
SET 3: "Mon sac est trop _______." "Enlève des livres et il sera plus léger."
This resource is included in my FRENCH PROGRAM FOR SELF-LEARNERS, and once you own the program, you'll have access to all of LLL's current and future French learning resources at no additional cost!
Jennifer is originally from Louisiana, and has been teaching French for over 20 years. She has been living in France with her husband and children since 2013, and continues to teach French both online and locally. She completed a BA in French and English, and taught French and moved to France for a year before completing an MA degree in French literature and language. While living in the US, she taught French for 15 years at Saint Louis University High School, a Jesuit college preparatory school for young men.