L'objectif: To be able to order breakfast in a French hotel
TASK 1: RÉVISEZ
Revise the breakfast items
TASK 2: ÉCOUTEZ!
Qu'est-ce que tu manges pour le petit déjeuner?
What do you eat for breakfast?
Listen, and write the letters in the order you hear the items - e.g. BAC.
TASK 3: TRADUISEZ
Translate these sentences using the writing frame below.
1) For breakfast, I eat bread and butter, and I drink orange juice.
2) For breakfast, I eat cereal with milk, and I drink hot chocolate.
3) For breakfast, I eat yoghurt or fruit with cereal, and I drink tea.
TASK 4: ÉCRIVEZ
Now make up a description of your own. Try to include conjunctions to make it longer.
If you have completed all the above tasks, watch the video, linked below, and have a go at the worksheet on partitive articles underneath. The partitive article is basically the word for some!
Extension task: 19956-definite-or-partitive-articles-with-food.pdf