Level A1 - French Adverbs
Learn, practice, and master short, common French adverbs
French Adverbs - Short, common adverbs & placement in 3 tenses
Learn how to use 25 very common French adverbs in the present tense, passé composé, and futur proche. Where to place these adverbs in sentences can be surprising as we don't do it the same way in English. You will see lots and lots of examples in French and English, and this will help you see exactly how to use these adverbs to enrich your French speaking skills.
This lesson on adverbs is included in my BUNDLED FRENCH LESSONS if you're serious about learning French and moving through lessons at your own pace.
- Downloadable 35 minute video lesson on short, common French adverbs
- 10 page lesson guide with rules, examples, and space for taking notes
- 75 practice cards with answer key
Step 1: Download and print your 10 page lesson guide. Be sure to take notes, and write some examples of your own!
Step 2: Watch my 35 minute video tutorial on short, common French adverbs. As you watch, pay close attention to how these 25 adverbs are used in the present tense, passé composé, and futur proche. They usually don't work the same way as we use them in English (placement).
Step 3: Download your set of 75 translation practice cards for a true challenge. An answer key is included so that you can easily check your work.
I've included a paper free version that you can open on your device as well as versions with 4 cards per page that you can print and cut out in case you enjoy being away from the screen sometimes.
If you have any questions about this course or any of the others in the Love Learning Languages Academy just drop me a line: [email protected]
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.