DF Bleu Unité 4

Unité 4 :

Leçon 9

This lesson introduces a lot of new vocabulary- personal objects, people, and prepositions. You need to learn and remember their genders. 

français anglais
un vélo a bike
un scooter a scooter
un téléphone a telephone
un baladeur a discman
un appareil-photo a camera
un ordinateur a computer
un portable a cell phone
une voiture a car
une moto a motorcycle
une montre a watch
une calculatrice a calculator
une chaîne hi-fi a stereo system
marcher (figurative) to work
une mobylette a moped
une télé a television
Qu’est-ce que c’est? What is it?
un stylo a pen
un crayon a pencil
un livre a book
un cahier a notebook
un sac a bag
une chose a thing
une affiche a poster
une calculatrice a calculator

 Quia picture flashcards

 Quia flashcards, word search, memory 
 Prepositions multiple choice activity 

Les objets – objects- wordsearch matching concentration

Ma chambre – hangman

Ma chambre – matching

Vocab D – ma chambre – hangman

Les Personnes et les objets – flashcards

Prepositions fill in the blank

Lesson 9 battleship

Objects battleship

Jeopardy (play with a partner)

Objects – flashcards, matching, concentration

Objects – matching


Prepositions video


 Les articles 


Quia matching, concentration, vocabulary with people

Leçon 10

This lesson discusses the verb avoir and its uses (age, hunger, thirst). It also reviews definite and indefinite articles and their uses.


français anglais
un étudiant a student (male)
une étudiante a student (female)
un homme a man
une femme a woman
un voisin a neighbor (male)
une voisine a neighbor (female)
grand tall (m)
grande tall (f)
petit short or small (m)
petite short or small (f)
brun dark-haired (m)
brune dark-haired (f)
blond blond (m)
blonde blone (f)
beau handsome
belle beautiful
jolie pretty
jeune young
un camarade a classmate (m)
une camarade a classmate (f)

Here are some games:


Hangman (articles)

Lesson Jeopardy

Lesson “Rags to Riches”

Pop-ups definite article practice

Pop-ups indefinite articles



  ETRE vs. AVOIR conjugations – play matching, wordsearch, or concentration to practice


Leçon 11

This lesson deals with adjectives and descriptions. It gives vocabulary for describing people (masculine and feminine), and introduces some new nationalities. Adjectives are discussed, including how nouns and adjectives are formed, and their placement:


Adjective Formation: endings

Regular adjectives follow the noun, and are formed as follows if they are regular and do not end in -e:





As listed in dictionary – no ending

+ s


+ e

+ es


français anglais
amusant amusing, fun
intelligent intelligent
intéressant interesting
méchant mean, nasty
bête silly, dumb
sympathique nice, pleasant
timide timid
gentil nice, kind
mignon cute
sportif athletic
assez rather
très very
américain American
mexicain Mexican
français French
anglais English
espagnol Spanish
suisse Swiss
italien Italian
canadien Canadian
japonais Japanese
chinois Chinese
alors so, then

Quia games for lesson 11:

Matching, Flashcards, Concentration for adjective (description and nationality) vocabulary

Rags to Riches (Who Wants to be a Millionaire)


Lesson Jeopardy (“La description et les adjectives”)


Leçon 12

This lesson introduces colors, adjectives of Beauty Age Goodness and Size which come before the noun (instead of after), and the difference between using “C’est” and “Il est” or “Elle est”

The adjectives petit/grand, bon/mauvais, and beau/belle go before the noun.

Les Couleurs

Fun game “Chez Mimi” to practice colors

Rags to Riches “C’est”  “Il est” “Elle est”

Lesson Jeopardy

C’est vs. il/elle est choose answers


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