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Relax and enjoy some French word games - and strengthen your vocabulary at the same time

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Relax and enjoy some French word games - and strengthen your vocabulary at the same time. Created especially for readers of our magazines, these varied and entertaining games will keep those cellules grises happily busy for hours.

Each individual purchase comprises a "compendium" of 6 games of various kinds. They will be emailed to you as PDF (Adobe Acrobat) files within one working day.

The 6 games are:

  • A crossword with the clues substantially in English. A “quick” crossword for those with good French and a vocabulary builder for those at an earlier stage.
  • A harder crossword with the clues in French.
  • “Trouvez les mots”. Find the items the French names for which begin with certain letters.
  • ”Trouvez les différences”. Spot the differences between the two almost identical drawings of a French scene - then describe them in French.
  • A word search with the words hidden in the grid being in both French and their English equivalent.
  • A vocabulary test. Find the correct definitions of the French words and phrases.

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