Ces, Ses, C’est Worksheet




Ces, Ses, C’est Worksheet

French Practice:  Demonstrative Adjectives + Ces, Ses, C’est
Gap Fill Exercise linked to this charming grammar story + video clip: 
Grammar + Video Clip + Story
Watch the video, read the subtitles, and study the grammar before doing the exercise below.

Read the English translation for each sentence in italics and choose the correct homophone (C’est, Ces or Ses) or demonstrative adjective  (Cette, Ce, Cet) to fill in the gaps below:

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(It’s an important day) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ un jour important!

(These parents are worried) _ _ _ _ _ _ parents s’inquiètent!

(This is the Mum) _ _ _ _ _ _ la maman.

(This Mum is worried) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ maman s’inquiète …

(This is the Dad) _ _ _ _ _ _ le papa!

(This Dad is worried) _ _ _ _ _ _ papa s’inquiète …

Qu’est-ce qui se passe?

Leur oisillon apprend à voler.

Qu’est-ce que c’est?

(It is their little one) _ _ _ _ _ _ leur petit!

Il ne bouge pas …

(Its parents are worried) _ _ _ _ _ _ parents s’inquiètent!

(This bird is dangerous) _ _ _ _ _ _ oiseau est dangereux!

(What is this little one doing?) Que fait _ _ _ _ _ _ petit?

(It’s incredible) _ _ _ _ _ incroyable!

(This little one is sleeping) _ _ _ _ _ petit dort!

(This bird is watching) _ _ _ _ _ _ oiseau regarde.

Heureusement le petit se réveille …

Quoi?  Qu’est-ce que c’est?
Oh!  Il faut s’échapper!

(This little one has frightened its parents! ) _ _ _ _ petit a fait peur à      _ _ _ _ _  parents!

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