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French Club

Bienvenue au club français

Here you can find words, songs, phrases, weblinks and more to help you progress with French in between our weekly sessions. There is a section that is relevant to both clubs and then a section that is for KS1 club and KS2 club but of course you can look at it all! Amusez vous.

Both clubs

 

Key stage 1

 

Key stage 2

 

Both clubs

Here are some phrases we regularly use in both groups. You can practice them at home with a member of your family:

Ça va?   How are you?
Oui ça va bien merci. I’m fine thank you.
Bonjour Hello
Bon après-midi Good afternoon
Au revoir Good bye
A la semaine prochaine. See you next week.
Merci Thank you
S’il vous plaît  Please (formal version when talking to an adult)
S’il te plaît   Please (informal version when talking to a friend who is your age)
Comment on dit…?    How do you say …?
Je voudrais... I would like...
J'aime... I like/love
Je n'aime pas... I don't like/I don't love

LE/LA

In French, you always have to put the word ' le' or ' la' in front of a noun. In English we only say 'the' so it's harder in French to remember which word to use! There is no rule, you just have to remember it. Here is a useful video from the BBC website which helps to explain this:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/zgc7mp3

GAMES

If you want to practice French while having some fun, you can access the BBC website which contains lots of games, videos and vocabulary:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primarylanguages/french/

DAYS OF THE WEEK

Here are the lyrics to the song we sing in club to help us learn the days of the week:

Lundi, Mardi, Mercredi, Jeudi, Jeudi, Vendredi, Samedi, Dimanche, tous les jours de la semaine. 

[Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, all the days of the week.]

KS1

This term we are learning our colours and numbers 1-20 as well as learning to say our name and our age.

Here are a list of words that you can practice saying and learning:

French

English

Bleu

Blue

Rouge

Red

Vert

Green

Jaune

Yellow

Rose

Pink

Violet

Purple

Orange

Orange

Noir

Black

Blanc

White

Marron/Brun

Brown

Gris

Grey

Or

Gold

Argent

silver

1 un          

11 onze

2 deux       

12 douze

3 trois

13 treize

4 quatre

14 quatorze

5 cinq

15 quinze

6 six

16 seize

7 sept

17 dix-sept

8 huit

18 dix-huit

9 neuf

19 dix-neuf

10 dix

20 vingt

Here is a fun song to help remember your numbers 1 -12.

KS2

SONGS

Here is a video of the Christmas song we are learning called "Clic Clac dans mes mains". Use the word sheets you were given in club and practice singing along.

 

Here is a video of the song we are learning this term called "Il était une fermière"

You can also practice singing our goodbye song by clicking on the audio file and singing along with the words.

Here are the words: and you can listen to 
the song here:

C’est la fin de la leçon,

Au revoir, au revoir.

Nous avons appris des mots,

Au revoir et à bientôt.

 

On se verra la semaine prochaine,

Au revoir, au revoir.

N’oublie pas de travailler,

Au revoir et à bientôt.

 

TOPIC OF THE TERM

This term we are learning about being in a restaurant and ordering our food. You can practice saying " Je voudrais des frites s'il vous plaît" (I'd like some chips please") and you can then replace the word with any of the other food we have learnt. How many can you remember?

Here are a few to help you along:

un gâteau/ une glace/ des pâtes/ du sel et du poivre/ une pizza/ des saucisses/ une salade.

We've also learnt to ask how much something costs? Ça coûte combien? Remember that in France, the currency is Euros.

Number chart 1-100

Click the link to this website where you can download a chart with all the numbers up to 100. Watch out as the French do some funny maths to say their numbers from 70-99! Can you work it out...?

French Numbers 1-100