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Finding the way

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This Revision Bite will give you practice in listening to and understanding French about finding the way.

Listening question: Finding the way

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Multiple choice questions. Grid shows the following images. 1a is a left turn, 1b is a right turn, 1c is straight on. 2a is a train, 2b is a bus, 2c is someone walking. 3a is a church, 3b is a sport stadium, 3c is a letter symbol. 4a is first right, 4b is second right, 4c is third right. 5a is someone swimming, 5b is someone at an art gallery, 5c is a castle. 6a is 5 euros, 6b is 15 euros, 6c is 25 euros.

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Signposts in France.

Class Clips

Video clip about how to ask for directions.

Watch the following clips about finding your way:

Sending a postcard and getting lost

Directions

Directions in the town

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Man on Ma France.

Ma France

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