Links practiced in class during Spring break/ Snow make-up days. If absent on these days, please make up this practice individually at home on your own time. Note: links may take a little time to download. Be patient! Right click and click on “open Hyperlink” Master the Passé-Composé with Avoir: 1) Is this the present or the passé composé? Click on the green arrow to listen to the verb, reflect and practice on this link- you must decide if you hear the present or the past. http://www.lepointdufle.net/ressources_fle/present_passecompose.htm 2) Pick the correct subject for the verbs in the passé-compose on this link: http://www.tapis.com.au/studentbook2/unit4/u04_grammaire_a01.html 3) Connect the verbs and the subjects http://www.tapis.com.au/studentbook2/unit4/u04_grammaire_a02.html 4) Find the correct completion in the passé-compose. Make sure you understand the sentences. http://www.tapis.com.au/studentbook2/unit4/u04_grammaire_a03.html 5) Similar practice. Are you getting better? Look up the meaning of the verbs you do not know (online dictionary) http://www.tapis.com.au/studentbook2/unit4/u04_grammaire_a04.html 6) Listen to the verb, then conjugate the verb “aimer” in the passé compose in the squares provided. Check your responses: http://www.estudiodefrances.com/parler/passecomposeparler.htm 7) Practice turning the verbs in the past. Click on “define” if you do not know the meaning of the verb. https://conjuguemos.com/activity.php?language=french&id=14&source= public&type=verbs# After your practice with the links above to master the passé-compose, you need to turn in the following worksheets for a homework grade: 8) Complete this text in the passé-compose. When done, print the worksheet and turn it in for a homework grade: https://conjuguemos.com/activity.php?id=2066&source=public&langu age=french&type=fillin please note that reflexive verbs: se coucher etc…+ monter make their passécompose with ETRE instead of avoir. 9) Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb in the passécompose. Make sure that you have BOTH parts: Auxiliary (= helping verb AVOIR- properly conjugated) then the past participle of the verb between brackets. Turn in for home work grade. ( there are 2 paragraphs- 2 links) http://www.languagesonline.org.uk/French/Grammar/Perfect_Tense/Pe rfect1.htm + http://www.languagesonline.org.uk/French/Grammar/Perfect_Tense/Pe rfect3.htm 10) Additional practice. You do not need to turn this one in though. http://www.languagesonline.org.uk/French/Grammar/Perfect_Tense/Pe rfect2.htm 11) Important additional practice! This one is really a great exercise too! Make sure you complete it! It is great test practice- your test will be very similar! http://www.laits.utexas.edu/fi/quiz/pass%C3%A9-compos%C3%A9-avoir 12) Avoir and Etre au passé compose (practice these 2 irregular past participles) http://www.lepointdufle.net/ressources_fle/passecompose_avoir_etre.ht m 13) Complete! You get the idea now, right? How are you doing with your passé-compose? http://hotpot.klascement.net/aanbod/symoens.an/Passe2.htm 14) OK! Let’s play now! Have fun checking what you know with this rags to riches game! Hope you become a millionaire!