Level A1 - French Verb: ALLER for Beginners
ALLER in the present and near future + 32 expressions
❖ Present and Near Future Tenses ❖
In this French lesson for beginners you will learn the present tense conjugation of the verb ALLER - TO GO. You'll see the different meanings it can have and how to easily start speaking in the future once you understand how the conjugation works and what infinitives are. If you are already a patron of mine on Patreon, I'm providing you with a free copy of the two page study guide that goes along with my video lesson which is also posted for you.
This lesson is included in my BUNDLED FRENCH LESSONS, so if you own it be sure to go in and have a look at your new French resource!
- Video tutorial - 10 minutes
- Thorough 2 page study guide - PDF
- Quizlet study set to practice and master - 32 aller expressions
- Online multiple choice quiz #1 - Fairly easy
- Online multiple choice test #2 - A little harder
- Online multiple choice test #3 - Even little harder
- Online test - Challenge time!
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