Fr. 2 info – Interros et Examens

Quiz format info below  

L’interro de révision 3:

~Quizlet de ta camarade de classe – very helpful includes most content except irregular verbs seen below (which were on quiz 2 and you must memorize their irregular forms)

~IR verbs and RE verbs (includes a link to the “Frozen” learning song!)

~ER verbs (know in the negative as well) –  “Elle ne porte pas de jupe” -> She is not wearing a skirt – note the DE in negative- UN, UNE, DES become DE / D’ in the negative.

~les vêtements– study this vocab., and there are little nuances like “un manteau” is an overcoat or winter coat or outerwear coat/jacket vs. “une veste” is a jacket – could be a dress jacket and “une chemise” is a shirt (general/top) vs. “un chemisier” is a blouse (nicer material)

~May include any important irregular verbs such as FAIRE, AVOIR, ALLER, VENIR, and ETRE – see videos (new songs!) here


Quiz format :

A. Les Conjugaisons –multiple choice  –  IR and RE verb conjugations

B. Les Verbes
    1.  conjugate various verbs ER, IR, and RE, as well as FAIRE, AVOIR, ALLER, VENIR, and ETRE *
    2. Respond to questions in complete sentences.*
(know not only how to conjugate, but what they mean (scroll down for more on them))

C. Quel vêtement? – forms of “ce” and “quel”
CE and QUEL – Fill in the blank with correct form of the demonstrative interrogative adjective

1) ____________ cravate portes-tu?

2) Je porte    _____________ cravate-ci.

1) _Quelle__ cravate (f. s.) portes-tu?
Which tie are you wearing?
2) Je porte    __cette__ cravate(f. s.)-ci.
I’m wearing this tie here.

D. Les vêtements – matching with clothing vocabulary. Part 2 may include a question asking what you wear to do a certain sport or activity and/or “vrai” or “faux” questions.


  1.  IR verbs:
    To conjugate regular -ir verbs, you take the infinitive (finir), drop the ir, and add the following endings:

    finir  ‘to finish’
    je finis nous finissons
    tu finis vous finissez
    il/elle/on finit ils/elles finissent

    All regular – IR verbs will follow this pattern (*venir is NOT a regular IR verb*).  Conjugate the following like finir:
    Choisir: to choose
    Maigrir: to lose weight
    Grossir:to gain weight
    Reussir: to succeed
    Reussir à (un examen): to pass (a test)
    Grandir: to get bigger/taller

    RE verbs:
    To conjugate regular -RE verbs, you take the infinitive (attendre), drop the re, and add the following endings:

    attendre  ‘to wait for’ 
    j’attend nous attendons
    tu attend vous attendez 
    iil/elle/on attend ils/elles attendent

    All regular – RE verbs will follow this pattern.  So you can conjugate all these verbs in the present tense now as well:
    Entendre: to hear
    Perdre: to lose
    Répondre à: to answer
    Vendre: to sell
    Rendre: to return
    Rendre visite à: to visit someone