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Does anybody out there have any good sites that you might recommend for conjugation review??

(ex. subjonctif, future tense, passe compose, imparfait, use of infinitives, etc, etc...)

Thanks

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Here are a few little activity sites that our teacher sends us to:

http://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/gr/ (my personal favourite, basically everything to do with French grammar and little exercises to go along with it...)

The one above basically covers everything, but here are some extra fill in the blank type activities that lets you check your answers afterwards, etc. :

http://uregina.ca/~laninstit/HotPot/French...ises/V/v066.htm (imparfait exercise)

http://www.vtibrugge.be/hometrainer/4U4impfpc1.htm (imparfait vs. passe compose exercise)

http://fis.ucalgary.ca/repsit/Hotpotatoes/...pronomsCOI1.htm (pronoms)

Let me know if you need anymore, there are ones for y, le les la, lui leur, etc. but I won't just fill up the board with links.

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Thanks spaceisland for the links.

lol they really do help, i thought the only "credible" ones are the sites with "www.french.about......." hahahah

Thanks again

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Hi, I'm thinking about my future (next year) IB subject right now and I would like to know, where the French B course starts - I've done french since 2006, but also spanish (much more longer), so I don't want to start from the beginning .. :hug: I've done the first FORUM book. And - is there any differenc between the level required for HL and SL French B ?

Thanx Caroline

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One website I use a lot is http://www.verb2verbe.com/francais/default.aspx

However, the best review would really be browsing around http://www.tv5.fr/TV5Site/programmes/accueil_continent.php and seeing what they have to offer. =)

French B course starts in Junior year, as far as I know... I'm doing French B HL and that's were it started for me. I don't know if there is an option for doing it all in 1 year, but I highly doubt it. There is a French B SL student in my class, and she also completed the 2-year course.

I also took French classes before I started French in IB, and it's completely different. You won't be learning French all over again... You'll be applying what you learned to real-life situations, French works, etc. If it's Spanish or French, you won't be starting from the beginning. At least that's how it's taught at my school.

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Thanks, Karasu :-) I'm ging to do only the two-year program of IBDP, so.. I've decidet to take French at SL as the seven'th subject, so we'll see.. ;)

7 subjects? hehe, i'll praise you if you will actually keep to 7 subjects throughout the 2 years and get good marks. There's this 1 guy in my class who is below average and takes 7 subjects because he thinks he will be guaranteed entry into good universities - that's an untrue college admission myth btw

There's nothing wrong with 7 subjects.... but there's nothing particularly good about them either, but if you find that you do overall worse with 7 subjects, you should cut down the subjects to 6. People with 6 IB subjects also get into Oxford, Harvard, Yale, Cambridge....

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One website I use a lot is http://www.verb2verbe.com/francais/default.aspx

However, the best review would really be browsing around http://www.tv5.fr/TV5Site/programmes/accueil_continent.php and seeing what they have to offer. =)

French B course starts in Junior year, as far as I know... I'm doing French B HL and that's were it started for me. I don't know if there is an option for doing it all in 1 year, but I highly doubt it. There is a French B SL student in my class, and she also completed the 2-year course.

I also took French classes before I started French in IB, and it's completely different. You won't be learning French all over again... You'll be applying what you learned to real-life situations, French works, etc. If it's Spanish or French, you won't be starting from the beginning. At least that's how it's taught at my school.

uhm, i went to the tv5 site and i DO NOT know where the review for french grammar is.. :D

srry, but can you give me the link that has the review things in it?? Plz & thank you

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uhm, i went to the tv5 site and i DO NOT know where the review for french grammar is.. :angry:

srry, but can you give me the link that has the review things in it?? Plz & thank you

Go to tv5.org and look for things in pink/purple those are the Langue francais sections and you should be able to find le ditionnaire multifuntiones (Mutifunction dictionary) pr click on the purple/pink part of the sitemap rainbow and scroll untill you find the dicitonary. That can help you with the conjugasions (type in a verb and click the canjugasions button) or watch these videos ( http://www.tv5.org/TV5Site/lf/merci_professeur.php ) J'adore cette cite-web avec tout de mon coeur!

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