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French leaving cert diary entry 2011
16
Nov
FRENCH LEAVING CERT DIARY ENTRY

FRENCH LEAVING CERT DIARY ENTRY 2011 EXTRACT FULL VERSION AVAILABLE TO SUBSCRIBED MEMBERS OF LEAVING CERT OR TEACHER PLANS NEW CONTENT FRENCH LEAVING CERT DIARY ENTRY 2011 When writing a diary entry for your French Leaving Cert, consider the following questions before answering: What event or scenario am I writing about? Who is involved in […]

Posted in: Diary Entry, Leaving Certificate,
Jobbing Black Market
08
Oct
LE JOBBING

LE JOBBING Il y a de plus en plus de Français qui font appel à des particuliers qui vendent leurs talents de bricolage sur internet. There are more and more French people calling on private individuals who sell their DIY skills on the internet. Le jobbing peut vous aider à compléter vos revenus, développer une […]

Posted in: Junior Certificate,
French Leaving cert listening 2010
08
Sep
FRENCH LEAVING CERT LISTENING 2010

LEAVING CERT LISTENING 2010 – ALTERNATIVE PAPER These alternative listening exercises are for students or teachers who have completed particular years of the listening, but might like to re-visit some of the past papers. The exercises are taken from the past papers. Some of the listening questions are the same as in the paper, but […]

Posted in: French Vocabulary, Leaving Certificate, New Resources,
Junior Cert French 2019
10
Aug
JUNIOR CERT FRENCH

JUNIOR CERT FRENCH  2019 Q.3 HONOURS LEVEL PAST PAPER READING COMPREHENSION  JUNIOR CERT FRENCH  Test your knowledge of verbs and vocabulary with this new resource on www.frenchnotes.ie French worksheet on Q.3 of the 2019 paper. Please note that full version is available to members of our Junior Cert or Teacher plans. In our Junior Cert […]

Posted in: French Verbs, Junior cert vocabulary, Junior Certificate,
09
Jul
FRENCH EXPRESSIONS WITH FAIRE

FRENCH EXPRESSIONS WITH FAIRE If you are a student or teacher of French, then you will know that verbs are extremely important. The verb Faire which means to do or to make is one of the most important verbs in French. I consider it to be so important as to be part of the French […]

Posted in: French Expressions, Junior Certificate, Leaving Certificate,
Leaving Cert French diary entry with plan
08
Jun
LEAVING CERT FRENCH DIARY ENTRY PLAN

In the French Leaving Cert exam, the majority of students do the diary written task. It is relatively easy to do well in this written piece, but it still requires that you plan it out, so that the final version is easy to read by the examiner. There are certain elements that should be included […]

Posted in: Diary Entry, Leaving Certificate, New Resources,