Note: “apprendre” (to learn) is conjugated the same way as “prendre”
Thomasharuki: Listening practice, directions
Doctor French: Giving directions in the imperative
Français Immersion: “prendre” in the present tense
Lingoni: The imperative
Atelier du français: The imperative
Lawless French: Vocabulary about directions
Bonjour de France: Prepositions and verbs about directions
Comme une Française: The imperative
Using one of the recommended resources to get writing feedback, respond to the prompt below.
You don’t live anywhere near a train station? Then, make it a bus stop or even a supermarket – what matters is that you get to practice the imperative and directions!
Using one of the platforms for finding a tutor or language exchange partner, practice the speaking activities below.
Partner Speaking Exercise:
Independent Speaking Exercise:
Have a look at this map of Paris and try to do the exercise. Imagine you are giving someone directions from the Arc de Triomphe to the places mentioned in the document.