These 50 cards will provide you with a good challenge while practicing and reviewing pronouns. Many resources only include basic pronouns and don't offer enough of a challenge for advanced learners. This is why I've created this set of cards.
This lesson is included in my BUNDLED FRENCH LESSONS.
The following types of French pronouns are covered in this resource:
⭐Reflexive pronouns: ME - TE - SE - NOUS - VOUS
⭐Disjunctive pronouns: MOI - TOI - LUI - ELLE - NOUS - VOUS - EUX - ELLES
⭐Indirect object pronouns: ME - TE - LUI - NOUS - VOUS - LEUR
⭐Direct object pronouns: ME - TE - LE - LA - LES - NOUS - VOUS - LES
⭐Adverbial pronouns: Y - EN
⭐Relative pronouns: QUI - QUE - OÙ - DONT - CE QUI - CE QUE - CE DONT
⭐Demonstrative pronouns: CELUI - CELLE - CEUX - CELLES
⭐Possessive pronouns: MIEN(NE)(S) - TIEN(NE)(S) - SIEN(NE)(S) - NÔTRE - VÔTRE - LEUR(S)
Each card includes instructions, a sentence to restate or rewrite using pronouns where indicated, a list of the types of pronouns to choose from, and the answer is located upside down at the bottom of each card. This will allow you a quick way to check your work after your speak the sentence with pronouns.
Each card is numbered in case you like things ordered that way, but otherwise you can mix them up every time you take them out to practice. I've laminated the set that I use with students so that I can pull them out time and again for a quick pronoun review. There are enough of them that you won't necessarily see the same ones over and over every time you pull them out. Don't want to print? That's ok, just use them on your phone or tablet!
Want more pronoun practice? Check out Mastering French Pronouns Audio Drill: 50 drills to practice pronouns at home or even on your commute!
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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.