Useful French GCSE Idioms 11 to 15

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French Edexcel second topic : Identity and culture French GCSE. Learn top French GCSE Idioms that you can easily use in your French speaking and writing exams ! Get a top mark at your French GCSE exam by adding idioms to your speech to speak French like a native 👌 Talk about your daily or weekly routine in French ! Watch a video ✅

Identity and culture french gcse
Identity and culture french GCSE

Identity and Culture French GCSE

Let’s have at French Edexcel Module 3 : Identity and culture. Topic : Jours ordinaires, Jours de fête. Describing your daily life in French.

Video Describe your school day in French

Do you need to remember the basics in French to describe your daily routine at school using the present tense, then watch this video.

French GCSE Exam question about Identity and Culture

Let’s have a look at a typical French GCSE Exam question on the topic of Identity and culture. Parle moi de ta routine quotidienne ? Tell me about your daily routine ?

French GCSE Exam Question about Identity and Culture

Revise the use of the present tense in French

In this article we will revise the use of the present tense in French and the use of ‘I must’ = ‘je dois’

French GCSE Idiom N°11 : Etre au taquet

French GCSE Idiom Etre au taquet

This is the translation of the paragraph in French :

I have classes every day of the week except on Saturday and Sunday. It is a busy (heavy) week ! I am …….

You will find the answer to the quizz at the end of this article.

To find out about this French idiom ‘Etre au taquet’ in details, click here

French GCSE Idiom N° 12 : Faire la grasse matinée

Here is French GCSE Idiom N°12 : Faire la grasse matinée

French GCSE Idiom Faire la grasse matinée

This is the translation of the paragraph in French :

School days, I must get up early, ………. is out of question !

You will find the answer to the quizz at the end of this article.

To find out about this French idiom ‘Faire la grasse matinée’ in details, click here

French GCSE Idiom N° 13 : Avoir du pain sur la planche

Here is French GCSE Idiom N°12 : Avoir du pain sur la planche

French GCSE Idiom Avoir du pain sur la planche

This is the translation of the paragraph in French :

In the evening, I must do my homework. I have 10 subjects to revise thus I ……..!

You will find the answer to the quizz at the end of this article.

To find out about this French idiom ‘Avoir du pain sur la planche’ in details, click here

French GCSE Idiom N° 14 : Se prendre la tête

Here is French GCSE Idiom N°14 : Se prendre la tête

French GCSE Idiom Se prendre la tête

This is the translation of the paragraph in French :

At weekends I will go out with my friends. We ……., we go for a meal followed by a movie. We love it !

You will find the answer to the quizz at the end of this article.

To find out about this French idiom ‘Se prendre la tête’ in details, click here

French GCSE Idiom N° 15 : Se mettre sur son 31

Here is French GCSE Idiom N°15 : Se mettre sur son 31

French GCSE Idiom Se mettre sur son 31

This is the translation of the paragraph in French :

Sometimes I go to a concert or a special event with my friends and I ……… It is fantastic !

You will find the answer to the quizz at the end of this article.

To find out about this French idiom ‘Se mettre sur son 31’ in details, click here

French GCSE Idioms 11 to 15 Video

Watch the video of this lesson, you will practice pronunciation and will see the answers to the quiz !

Identity and culture : answers to the quiz

Here are the answers to the quiz :

11. Etre au taquet = I am busy and ready to go
12. Faire la grasse matinée = To sleep late in the morning
13. Avoir du pain sur la planche = to have a lot to do
14. Se prendre la tête = to overthink it
15. Se mettre sur son 31 = to dress up

Pit stop learning : Identity and Culture French GCSE Translation

Translate these French idioms and vocabulary from English into French on the theme of Identity and Culture French GCSE.

Identity and Culture French GCSE Translation

Identity and Culture French GCSE Translation correction

How did you get along ? Here is the translation in French :

Identity and Culture French GCSE Translation correction

Voilà, this was today’s French GCSE idioms in English, I hope you liked it. More episodes are to follow.  Click here to find out about the challenge of 50 French idioms in English

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