Adjectival agreements table

Adjectival agreements table

A teaching resource provided by Jenn Hill.

Resource Description

This resource provides a series of adjectives that can be used to describe someone, with a column for the masculine, a column for the feminine, and a column for the English translation.

Many of the adjectives are missing, pupils need to use the parts provided to fill in the rest of the table.

Two sheets per page to cut down on copying.

Resource Files

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File Name File Type File Size
Adjectives table.doc
Microsoft Word 40KB

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About the Author

Jenn Hill
Jenn Hill
I am an ex-MFL teacher, with a passion for ICT in the classroom, and creating good quality resources for use in the classroom. Although I had to leave teaching because of illness, I still enjoy creating resources for use in the classroom, and as an ex teacher I am aware of the time constraints on teachers.

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