There are 3 kinds of regular verbs in French: -ER, -IR, -RE. Once you’ve learned the rules of conjugation for each of theses three kinds of verbs, you should be able to conjugate regular verbs in each of those categories with ease. Use the illustration below as a guide!
A guide to accompany a course covering English as a Second Language. This 4-page guide includes: English verbs, past tense of regular verbs, verb tenses & conjugation, conditional sentences, expressing preference, polite requests, active form/passive form, phrasal verbs & wishes, and some irregular verbs! http://www.examville.com/examville/Esl%20Verbs%20-PRID1558 #ESL #ELL #EnglishAsSecondLanguage #teaching #teachers #classrooms #English #schools #commoncore
Conjuego prompts you with a pronoun / verb / tense combination, and you give the missing conjugation. Click +1, +5, or +10 to briefly "learn" some new verbs. Click Go! to practice the verbs you have learned. Conjuego remembers the verbs you have learned, so for best results, practice a little each day, learning new verbs when you feel comfortable.
Tickets hidden in library books- My version of the golden tickets has different colors to use in different genres. These will be hidden in library books that have not been checked out in a while. The green ones will encourage the students to try a new book too.