French short Story, Grammar + Video clips about eating supper and wanting more:
Downloadable Translation Worksheet
C’est l’heure de manger
It’s suppertime, time for food, time to eat, time for dinner …
Nous voulons un peu plus!
We want some more!
Ça y est there, that’s it
ça suffit that’s enough
Tout est terminé it’s all gone
“Les chiens me suivent avec leurs yeux”
The dogs follow me with their eyes
Read the grammar below + do the exercise after watching the videos:
Repeat with Audio in French AND English:
Downloadable PDF WorksheetFrench Story for Children – Supper – Translation Worksheet
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“Les chiens me suivent avec leurs yeux.”
‘Me‘ is a direct object pronoun:
Notice how pronouns go in front of the verb in French, but they go after the verb in English.
‘Leurs‘ is a possessive adjective.
‘LeurS‘ describes the word ‘yeux’ (eyes) and is plural because ‘yeux’ is in the plural, and adjectives need to agree with what they describe.
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Do people ever follow you with their eyes?
a) Choose one of these:
une glace = an ice-cream
un packet de chips = a packet of crisps
une barre de chocolat = a bar of chocolat
b) Choose two friends.
c) Now say what you have and that those friends are following you with their eyes!
J’ai une pizza. = I have a pizza
Paul et Marie-Alix me suivent avec leurs yeux!
(Paul and Marie-Alix follow me with their eyes!)
Suivre = to follow
(Note: ‘je suis’ also means ‘I am’!)
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