French Adjectives Agreement

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French Adjectives Agreement

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As students add more French adjectives to their repertoire, they will need to practice proper spelling and placement of each adjective. In particular, it is important that they distinguish standard French adjectives from BANGS adjectives (Beauty, Age, Number, Goodness, and Size). In this activity, students will create a chart that illustrates the agreement between a noun and two adjectives.

The template included with this activity has pre-filled the adjectives students will use, but you can edit it as desired. Students will work with one regular adjective and one BANGS adjective for each sentence, and provide an illustration for each scenario and sentence they write.


Here are a few starter sentences you can use in your English column:

  • I ate two large oranges today.
  • There is a pretty pink flower in my garden.
  • The tired old dogs sleep.
  • Our good cars are new.
  • The friendly little children ate lunch.
  • The bad apple is disgusting.
  • His cat has a long, yellow tail.

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Student Instructions

For this assignment, you will complete a chart to practice proper placement and spelling of French adjectives. Each row of the chart begins with an English sentence, illustrated with a storyboard scene above it. Although each English sentence contains a plural subject, your task is to adapt each English sentence into 2-3 French sentences by describing the objects in the scene individually.

  1. Click "Start Assignment".
  2. Write a French sentence with only a singular feminine subject.
  3. Write a French sentence with only a singular masculine subject.
  4. Write a French sentence with a plural subject .
  5. Create an illustration for each sentence using appropriate items, characters, and scenes.
  6. Save and submit your storyboard.
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