Match pictures to texts to win 4 cells in a row from a grid of 20 cells.
With our Four in a row game for "What time is it?" you will be learning the French vocabulary for the topic What time is it?. The language you will learn is in the vocabulary list below, and consists of 10 Phrases that tell the time.
|1||neuf heures||nine o'clock|
|2||onze heures||eleven o'clock|
|3||une heure||one o'clock|
|4||trois heures||three o'clock|
|5||onze heures et demie||half past eleven|
|6||dix heures et quart||quarter past ten|
|7||cinq heures moins le quart||quarter to five|
|8||six heures vingt||twenty past six|
|9||huit heures vingt-cinq||twenty five past eight|
|10||dix heures moins cinq||five to ten|
Four in a row is similar to the paper game "noughts and crosses" but we have changed it into a one person French learning / revision game. The aim of the game is to win 4 cells in a row from a grid of 20 cells by selecting and naming pictures in French. The game will reinforce your memory of the French vocabulary you have chosen to learn by getting you to match that vocabulary to the correct picture.
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