How did your listening and readings go on Tuesday? My pupils seemed pretty happy but I can tell you that Enzo the Cat, Brittany/ney and a bunch of pesky adjectives will haunt me for the rest of summer.
And so… the inspiration for today’s Friday Freebie. Don’t worry, it’s not a video about Enzo the extraordinary cat who walked 600km without even stopping at Flunch(Twitter is doing a fine enough job documenting his escapades #catsontour)!
Instead I bring you another snappy video full of adjectives. Not your usual petit/bavard/sportif…oh no, I’m talking affreux, raisonnable, malsain and triste.
Watch GCSE French Revision #2 adjectives:
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Friday. The Daddy of the days of the week. The other days ain’t got nothing on Friday. Not one of them can boast such a delightful combination of anticipation and relief. Relief that the week is over. Relief that you don’t have to obey your alarm clock in the morning. Relief that you can renounce the diet for one evening of reckless abandon; cue wine and a takeaway (or two dine for £10 if you are attempting to retain an air of sophistication!) Anticipation of the endless fun to behold as the weekend stretches out ahead of you.
And so in honour of this glorious day I announce my weekly Friday Freebie. As we are in the midst of exam season, I have created a funky (Uptown Funk-y) video crammed full of those small but deadly words that make all the difference in the listening and reading exams. You know the ones. Misleading little ****ers. Eg. Je mangeais souvent des sucreries mais maintenant je n’en mange plus. Grrr!!!
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Betsy ‘Got that Friday feelin” Belle