Beginner - A1

FLE exercises

You understand and use familiar everyday expressions as well as very simple statements aimed at satisfying needs concrete. You can introduce yourself or someone and ask someone questions about them - for example, about their place of residence, relationships, what belongs to him, etc. - and you are able to answer the same type of questions. You communicate easily if the other party speaks slowly and clearly and is cooperative.

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Mobile phones vocabulary in French
A1

Mobile phones vocabulary in French

Bonjour de France invites you to discover and to apply the useful vocabulary for mobile telephones.

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Important dates in the life of a French teenager
A1

Important dates in the life of a French teenager

How do young people in France live? Discover how through this exercise on Bonjour de France!

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The French school system
A1

The French school system

Do you want to know more about the French school system? Take a look at the document and answer the questions.

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Talking about the pace of our lives
A1

Talking about the pace of our lives

This page will help you speak about your daily life thanks to vocabulary in a specific context.

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Understanding an invitation to a student party
A1

Understanding an invitation to a student party

Practice your listening comprehension on the topic of student parties.

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The interrogative... asking questions in French
A1

The interrogative... asking questions in French

How do you ask questions in French? Open questions, closed questions? In a familiar, standard or formal register?

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Getting to know a new student
A1

Getting to know a new student

You come to study in France. The first contacts are stressful so train yourself!

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The simple form of the imperative
A1

The simple form of the imperative

Bonjour de France reminds you of the rules for employing the present form of the imperative tense in order to understand an instruction manual.

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Understanding a friend's e-mail
A1

Understanding a friend's e-mail

Test your comprehension in this reading exercise about a e-mail from a friend.

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Understanding a feedback questionnaire
A1

Understanding a feedback questionnaire

Tonight you'll go to a restaurant with your friends... Carefully read the questionnaire and choose the best answer.

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Talking about our food intake
A1

Talking about our food intake

This exercise gives you some tools that can help you speak about your food intake.

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