Present Tense: Avoir & etre
Practice the present tesne of avoir (to have) and etre (to be), the two most important French verbs. Students must decide between use of objects or adjectives in each sentence.
Present Tense: Regular -ER verbs
Conjugate present tense of -er verbs using visiter (to visit) and aimer (to like or love).
Present Tense: Regular -IR verbs
Congugate present tense of -ir verbs using finir (to finish) and choisir (to choose).
Present Tense: Regular -RE verbs
Conjugate present tense of -re verbs using vendre (to sell) and entendre (to hear).
JUBILINGUA PASSÉ COMPOSÉ VERBE AUXILIARE AVOIR
Practice conjugating acheter, choisir, perdre, trouver, vendre and voir in passé composé using avoir.
JUBILINGUA PASSÉ COMPOSÉ VERBE AUXILIARE ETRE
Practice conjugating aller, arriver, rentrer, rester and revenir in passé composé?? using ?ętre. Play with or without "y" cards (included).
How to play JubiLingua:
The object of the game is to match subject, verb and other cards correctly to create as many (simple) sentences as possible.
Players lay their cards on the table for others to see. In a spirit of lively competition, they take turns asking each other for a card (the player who is asked must give it up) or taking cards from the free pile. Once a card is used in a sentence, other players cannot request it.
JubiLingua decks are the size, quality and durability of regular playing cards. Each 54-card deck comes in its own case with instructions.
You will need one deck for every 1-4 students playing individually, or every 6 students playing in pairs.