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Dictée for Week 23 [on, om] Click on the green arrow
How to Use 1.Say the word 2.Click on the speaker to hear the word 3.Say the word again 4.Click the green arrow for the next word
les chatons (the kittens)
des cochons (some pigs)
les pompiers (the firefighters)
les leçons (the lessons)
les bonbons (the candies)
des ballons (some balls/balloons)
le monde (the world)
le savon (the soap)
il tombe (he falls)
elle monte (she climbs)
Le chaton ne tombe pas malade. (The kitten doesn’t get sick.)
Dictée for Week 21 [ou] Click on the green arrow.
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The Partitive Article saying you want SOME of... in French!!
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