Level B1 - How to use TOUT as an adjective, adverb, and pronoun
You'll finally understand why sometimes you pronounce the S on TOUS and sometimes you don't!
This is a comprehensive French lesson on the different ways to use TOUT. Did you know that TOUT can be an adjective, an adverb, and also a pronoun? Many resources only include basic information and exercises using TOUT as an adjective. Sometimes it is difficult to find a resource that mixes up all of the many different ways to use TOUT, and when to pronounce the S on TOUS. For example, "Ils sont tous contents" means "They are all happy" while "Ils sont tout contents" means "They are very happy."
This lesson is included in my FRENCH PROGRAM FOR SELF-LEARNERS.
The following ways to use TOUT are covered in this resource:
⭐As an adjective: TOUT - TOUS - TOUTE - TOUTES
⭐With adjectives: TOUT - TOUTE - TOUTES
⭐With adverbs and expressions: TOUT
⭐As a pronoun: TOUT - TOUS - TOUTES
This French grammar lesson includes the following (everything is downloadable):
❖ 28 minute comprehensive video tutorial
❖ 4 pages of lesson notes based on the video lesson
❖ A shorter study guide with all of the essential information + a few helpful tricks
❖ 5 online multiple choice quizzes for a total of 100 fill in the blank sentences.
❖ 3 sets of practice cards (see examples and details below)
❖ An online multiple choice quiz with the same questions you see on the cards once you've had some practice using them. You also get a paper quiz option if you prefer to print out and fill in the blanks for a more challenging assessment.
❖ Three fun crossword puzzles to practice more and further test your skills.
Three sets of cards are included. One has sentences with blanks and multiple choice answers. These cards include the answer written upside down at the bottom of the cards.
Another set is identical, but these cards don't include the answers at the bottom.
A third set includes the correct answer, an English translation, and a grammar explanation also in English so that you'll know exactly why this is the response.
I've laminated the set that I use with my students so that I can pull them out time and again for a quick 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!
Questions about this course? Just write to me: [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.