Friday A1 Writing Challenge - Week 78

List of lessons related to the Writing Challenge Level A1, Week 78, first published on the 13/10/17

Level AchievementScore Lesson Feedback  
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Some plural English nouns are singular in French and vice versa
A1 : Beginner   Du/de la/de l'/des = Some/any (French Partitive Articles)
A1 : Beginner   Du/de la/de l'/des all become de/d' in negative sentences (French Partitive Articles)
A0 : Entry Level   Most adjectives can be made feminine by adding -e in French
A1 : Beginner   Adjectives ending with mute -e don't change in the feminine in French
A0 : Entry Level   Most adjectives can be made plural by adding -s in French
A1 : Beginner   Colour descriptions change according to gender and number (French Colour Adjectives)
A0 : Entry Level   Adjectives usually go AFTER nouns in French (Position of Adjectives)
A1 : Beginner   Forming regular adverbs with "-ment" in French (French Adverbs)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Position of French Adverbs - general rule
A1 : Beginner   Conjugate regular -er verbs in the present tense in French (Le Présent)
A1 : Beginner   Conjugate avoir in the present tense in French (Le Présent)
A1 : Beginner   Conjugate être in the present tense in French (Le Présent)
A1 : Beginner   Ne ... pas = Not - with simple tenses (French Negations)
A1 : Beginner   On can mean either we/one/people (French Subject Pronouns)
A1 : Beginner   Moi/toi/lui/elle = Me/you/him/her (French Stress Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using French Stress Pronouns in compound subjects and objects (unlike English)
A0 : Entry Level   Plurals of the and a = les and des (articles) in French
A1 : Beginner   Using nous/vous/ils/elles to replace compound subjects (French Subject Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Common mistakes with mon/ma/mes, ton/ta/tes and son/sa/ses (French Possessive Adjectives)
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