Patricia Camacho

List of exercises by the author

Conceptrice pédagogique du site Bonjour de France / Azurlingua. Enseignante de FLE et ELE au Centre d’Apprentissage en Autonomie de la Maison des Langues. Master 2 Didactiques des Langues, Ingénierie pédagogique et Multimédia. Master 2 FLE, Université de Grenoble 3.

Patricia Camacho

Understanding a literary excerpt: Le Petit Nicolas
A2

Understanding a literary excerpt: Le Petit Nicolas

Do you know le Petit Nicolas created by Sempé and Goscinny? He is a very popular little boy in France...

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Understanding a French pop song
A1

Understanding a French pop song

Learning while singing, what could be better!!! Verbs in music in the infinitive form, we're all ears!!

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FOS (Français sur objectif spécifique): the secretary's job
B2

FOS (Français sur objectif spécifique): the secretary's job

A video, three exercises for the secretary's job!! What a treat... You need a great adaptability for this job.

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Understanding a coverage: the luxury industry in France
B2

Understanding a coverage: the luxury industry in France

Here is an exercise to discover French news through a column by France Info, a reputable French radio station!

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The uses of the subjunctive, level B2.
B2

The uses of the subjunctive, level B2.

Do you know that the subjunctive mood is used to express doubt, hope and therefore love? It's motivating, isn't it?

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Exercises in French civilisation B1: the famous brands.
B1

Exercises in French civilisation B1: the famous brands.

French luxury brands are synonymous with excellence and represent the best ambassadors of France abroad.

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Understanding an interview: did you say 'Made in France'?
B2

Understanding an interview: did you say 'Made in France'?

Want to refine your French speaking skills? Listen carefully while watching the video that follows and answer the questions!

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Reading comprehension exercise: counterfeiting B1
B2

Reading comprehension exercise: counterfeiting B1

My first is an article by the newspaper Nice-Matin, my second are some exercises and the overall is improving your French.

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To have your back against the wall (
B2

To have your back against the wall ("Êter au pied du mur", literally "To be at the foot of the wall")

Bonjour de France brings you a new idiomatic expression illustrated by Jean-Luc Desset, artist from Nice.

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