Level B1 - Le Verbe «MANQUER»
Learn some clever tricks on how to use this confusing verb!
B1 Level: The French Verb «MANQUER»
Have you ever felt confused when trying to use the verb manquer to mean that you miss a person, place, or a thing? If you are an English speaker, this makes perfect sense! The entire construction is different, but in this mini-course you'll find out why! I'll teach you some clever tricks to help you nail this confusing verb!
STEP 1: Download your 7 page study guide and be ready to take notes.
STEP 2: Watch my 15 minute video lesson.
STEP 3: Complete a challenging crossword puzzle using manquer à.
STEP 4: Unscramble the French words to form sentences that translate to the English equivalents. It's harder than it sounds!
STEP 5: Now you've watched the lesson, taken notes on your study guide, completed a challenging crossword puzzle, done a scrambled sentences worksheet, and you still need more practice! That's why you have this set of 65 cards in 3 tenses that will remind you to turn off your English brain, and put on your French one!
STEP 6: Download your practice chart, print it, and fill in the boxes with French translations of English sentences (from our English brains). Once you've filled it out and checked your answers, fold the paper down the center on the dotted line and use it to practice until this new skill sticks in your brain.
This resource is included in my FRENCH PROGRAM FOR SELF-LEARNERS, and once you own the program, you'll have access to all of LLL's current and future French learning resources at no additional cost!
Jennifer is originally from Louisiana, and has been teaching French for over 20 years. She completed a BA in French and English, and taught French and moved to France for a year before pursuing and earning an MA degree in French. She taught French for 15 years at Saint Louis University High School, a Jesuit college preparatory school for young men. Jennifer has been living in France with her husband and children since 2013, and continues to teach French both online and locally.