Level A1 - Partitive, definite, and indefinite French articles - 75 practice cards
Practice and master French articles with these 75 cards!
Level A1 Partitive, definite, and indefinite French articles - 75 practice cards
This is a set of 75 cards to have you practice choosing between partitive, definite, and indefinite articles with food and drinks. You probably don't know all of the words used in these cards, so it's an excellent opportunity to learn lots of useful food vocabulary! All cards are written in the present tense. Each card has a sentence in which students fill in the blank using the correct article. Verbs of preference are used for definite articles. There are also plenty of expressions of quantity and negation used in this set of practice cards.
- 75 cards to print and cut out
- PDF with only one card per page for online use
- Answer key
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