Basic French Language Skills For Everyday Alison Answers

1- What is the sky in French? Choose one.

le soleil
le ciel
le nuage
le vent

2- Which of these is the French for mother? Choose one.

le mari
la mère
le père

3- Click and drag the present tense of faire (to do) to match the pronouns on the left.

nousil/= faisons

il/elle/on= fait

je/tu= fais

vous = faites

ils/elles = font

4- Click and drag the English to match the French coordinating conjunctions on the left.

Donc= so

Ou= or

Et= and

Mais= but

5- Click and drag the days into the correct sequence from Thursday to Sunday.
Drag answers into the correct sequence.

Jeudi
Vendredi

Samedi
Dimanche

6- Drag these words into the correct order to form a negative sentence.
Drag answers into the correct sequence.

Je
Ne

Suis
Pas
Malade

7- Which of these is the French for the winter? Choose one.

L’été
L’hiver
Le printemps
L’automne
Choose one answer.

8- Click and drag the English verbs to match the French verbs on the left.

Manger= to eat

Aimer= to love/like

Avoir= to have

Aller= to go

9- True or false. French verbs are classified into four groups.

True
False

10- Click and drag the directions to match the French words on the left.

Ouest= West

Nord= North

Est= East

Sud= South

11- True or false. Faire is an irregular verb.

True
False

12- Click and drag the question words to match the correct French words on the left.

Quand= When

Que= What

Qui= Who

Comment= How

13- Click and drag the colours to match the correct French words on the left.

rouge / rouge= Red

blanc / blanche= White

Noir / noire= Black

bleu / bleue= Blue

14- Click and drag the days into the correct sequence from Monday to Thursday.
Drag answers into the correct sequence.

Lundi

Mardi

Mercredi
Jeudi

15- Click and drag the forms of transport to match the French words on the left.

une voiture= car

une camion= lorry / truck

un avion= plane

un bateau= boat

16- What are the different kinds of articles in French? Choose three.

Negative articles
Indefinite articles
Definite articles
Partitive articles
Substitute articles

17- Click and drag the greetings to match the correct French words on the left.

Au revoir= Goodbye

Bonjour= Hello

À bientôt=  See you soon

Salut= Hi/goodbye

18- lick and drag the fruits to match the French words on the left.

une pomme= an apple

un citron= a lemon

un ananasu= a pineapple

ne fraise= a strawberry

19- Click and drag the English questions to match the French questions on the left.

Où habites-tu ?= Where do you live?

D’où viens-tu ?= Where are you from?

Qu’est-ce que tu fais ?= What do you do?

Qu’est-ce que tu aimes faire ?= What do you like to do?

 20- Click and drag the English translations to match the present indicative of être (to be) on the left.

Il est= He is

Je suis= I am

Tu es= You are

Nous sommes= We are

21- True or false. “Salut! Comment vas-tu?” means “Hi! How are you?”.

True
False

22- True or false. French verbs are classified into four groups.

True
False

23- Click and drag the days into the correct sequence from Thursday to Sunday.
Drag answers into the correct sequence.

Jeudi
Vendredi
Samedi
Dimanche

24- Which of these is the French for the winter? Choose one.

Le printemps
L’hiver
L’été
L’automne