Friday C1 Writing Challenge - Week 79

List of lessons related to the Writing Challenge Level C1, Week 79, first published on the 20/10/17

Level AchievementScore Lesson Feedback  
A1 : Beginner   Using le, la, l', les before nouns when generalising (definite articles)
A1 : Beginner   Conjugate regular -er verbs in the present tense in French (Le Présent)
A1 : Beginner   Conjugate prendre and derivatives in the present tense in French (Le Présent)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Conjugate regular -er verbs (+ avoir) in the compound past in French (Le Passé Composé)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Special cases when the past participle agrees (in number & gender) when used with 'avoir' in the compound past in French (Le Passé Composé)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Conjugate coming and going verbs (+ être) in the compound past in French (Le Passé Composé)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Agreeing past participle with subject's gender and number with (+ être) verbs in the compound past in French (Le Passé Composé)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Conjugate regular verbs in the imperfect tense in French (L'Imparfait)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using le/la/l'/les = it/him/her/them (French Direct Object Pronouns)
A1 : Beginner   Me/te/nous/vous = Me/you/us/you (French Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using lui/leur = him or her/them (French Indirect Object Pronouns)
B1 : Intermediate   Ce qui (vs ce que) = what/which (French Relative Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Expressing quantities in French with quelques/plusieurs/de nombreux = A few/several/many
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Quelqu'un/Quelqu'un d'autre = Someone/Someone else (French Indefinite Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Tout/tous/toute/toutes = Everything/all (of them)/whole/completely in French
B1 : Intermediate   Passer/se passer/se passer de - the different meanings of the verb "passer" in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Aimer = to love, like something/someone in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Connaître vs savoir = to know something vs to know how to do in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Position of French Adverbs - with compound tenses
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using "une dizaine" and other approximate numbers in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Conjugate reflexive verbs (+être) in the compound past in French (Le Passé Composé)
B1 : Intermediate   Dernier = final/previous (French Adjectives that change meaning according to position)
A1 : Beginner   Expressing possession in French with "de"
A1 : Beginner   Notre/nos/votre/vos/leur/leurs = our/your/their (French Possessive Adjectives)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Conjugate reflexive verbs in the imperfect tense in French (L'Imparfait)
B1 : Intermediate   Qui = Who/which/that (French Relative Pronouns)
A0 : Entry Level   Il y a = There is/There are in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Position of French Object Pronouns - with compound tenses
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Common mistakes with mon/ma/mes, ton/ta/tes and son/sa/ses (French Possessive Adjectives)
B1 : Intermediate   Conjugate être in the conditional mood in French (Le Conditionnel Présent)
B1 : Intermediate   Conjugate pouvoir in the conditional mood in French = could (Le Conditionnel Présent)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Conjugate regular -er, -ir, -dre verbs (+ avoir) in the pluperfect tense in French (Le Plus-que-Parfait)
B1 : Intermediate   En + "-ant" = While/by + "-ing" in French (Gerund/Le Gérondif)
B1 : Intermediate   Conjugate avoir in the conditional mood in French (Le Conditionnel Présent)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Conjugate savoir in the subjunctive mood in French (Le Subjonctif Présent)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using the infinitive form of verbs to express the English "-ING"
B2 : Upper Intermediate   À + qui, auquel, à laquelle = to whom, what, which (French Relative Pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Conjugate voir/devoir/pouvoir/boire/croire/savoir/lire/plaire/taire (+ avoir) in the compound past in French (Le Passé Composé)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   French reflexive pronouns can be used to express reciprocity - "each other"
C1 : Advanced   Sans que (+ ne explétif) + subjunctive (Le Subjonctif) = Without doing in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   "Sentir bon" vs "Se sentir bien" - The different meanings of the verb "sentir" in French
B1 : Intermediate   "Des" becomes " de/d' " in front of adjectives preceding nouns (French Partitive Articles)
C1 : Advanced   Après que + indicative (L'Indicatif) = After + conjugated verb in French
C1 : Advanced   Après être allé = After going in French (auxiliary être)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Plus ... que/Moins ... que/Aussi ... que = More ... than/Less ... than/As ... as (Comparisons with Adverbs in French)
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