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Please make sure that the children are supervised at all times when using the online games.

French 6H

 

C’est comment?  What is it like?

 

  •  Revisit the powerpoint to revise vocabulary for clothing.
  • To express an opinion about clothing, we can begin a sentence with

C’est… (pronounced say)

It is…

 

Read and understand these phrases to describe items of clothing.

 

French

English

C’est beau.

C’est moche.

C’est trop grand.

C’est trop petit.

C’est trop cher.

It’s beautiful / fine.

It’s ugly.

It’s too big.

It’s too small.

It’s too expensive.

 

 

 

Note: trop = too

 

  • Use the sentences above to describe the pictures below.  Say them and write them in your blue book.  

       e.g. a) C'est trop petit.

       

Picture 1
  • Extend using ‘et’ to mean ‘and’ and mais to mean ‘but’

e.g. C’est beau mais c’est trop cher.

       It’s beautiful but it is too expensive.

 

       C’est moche et c’est trop petit.

       It’s ugly and it’s too small.

 

Using the grid below, write your own extended sentences and translate them into English.

 

C’est

beau

moche

mais

et

c’est

trop

grand

petit

cher

 

 

 

Easter Work 

Find out some facts about how Easter is celebrated in  France.  You can use the document below to give you ideas.  Either print it out or make your own version.

 

Parents and carers: Please make sure any online research is supervised.

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