Listen to this iconic French song and try to fill in the lyrics in the exercise below.
This song is quite interesting in terms of learning content. Several interesting expressions are still in use today, lots of basic albeit important vocabulary. And the famous “trilling” French r that that was quite in vogue at that epoch.
This lesson is A1 CEFR lesson to describe the weather in French in a simple way.
To speak about weather in French, there are three simple ways to do this. You can use either “Il fait + adjective”, which literally means “It makes cold / hot / bad / etc.”, or you can use “Il y a ….” (There is ….).
There are 12 sentences in this lesson followed by a quiz and exercises section.
Listen to the song and drag the missing French words. This is an easy version of the exercise. It consists of the first two verses of the song and the chorus.
It’s a great vocabulary exercise in describing people as it uses lots of interesting adjectives used in everyday French.
You should also pay attention to the liaison (la liaison in French) that is quite a distinctive feature of the French language. You should, no …, you must use the liaison while speaking French as it makes your speech more fluent and native like. It is true whatever the language by the way.