Please check to see if I've done this activity correctly. There's just so much to cover. Reflexive verbs, vandertramp, and avoir are all in this activity.

Interviewez des élèves de votre classe pour déterminer ce qu'ils ont fait pendant le weekend. Sur une feuille de papier copiez les expressions indiquées. Formez des questions avec ces expressions que vous allez poser aux autres élèves. Quand vous trouvez une personne qui répond par "oui", dites à cette personne de signer votre feuille de papier à côté de l'activité convenable. Trouvez une personne différente pour chaque activité.

1. s'asseoir devant la télé vendredi soir.

Sydney: Tu t'es assis devant la télé vendredi soir?

Tony: Non, je ne me suis pas assis devant la télé vendredi soir.

2. se lever à neuf heures samedi matin.

Sydney: Tu t'es levée à neuf heures samedi matin?

Laura: Non, je ne me suis pas levée à neuf heures samedi matin.

3. ranger sa chambre.

Sydney: Tu as rangée sa chambre?

Sam: Non, je n'ai rangée pas sa chambre.

4. passer l'aspirateur

Sydney: Tu as passée l'aspirateur?

Brittany: Oui, j'ai passée l'aspirateur.

5. faire la vaisselle

Sydney: Tu as fait la vaisselle?

Sabrina: Oui, j'ai fait la vaisselle.

6. aller au cinéma

Sydney: Tu es allé au cinéma?

Tony: Non, je ne suis pas allé au cinéma.

7. se coucher après minuit samedi soir

Sydney: Tu t'es couchée après minuit samedi soir?

Laura: Non, je ne me suis pas couchée après minuit samedi soir.

8. se réveiller tôt dimanche matin

Sydney: Tu t'es réveillée tôt dimanche matin?

Sam: Non, je ne me suis pas réveillée tôt dimanche matin.

9. s'habiller bien pour sortir

Sydney: Tu t'es habillée bien pour sortir?

Brittany: Non, je ne suis pas habillée bien pour sortir.

10. acheter des affaires de toilette

Sydney: Tu as achetée des affaires de toilette?

Sabrina: Oui, j'ai achetée des affaires de toilette.

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  1. I did this activity also with my students and it was a lot of fun!

    3. no agreement of the past participle with avoir UNLESS there is a preceding direct object (noun or pronoun) = rangé

    Sam = note where the 2nd part of the negative goes (pas, rien, etc.) = je n'ai pas rangé

    4. same error. Now that you are learning about the passé composé with être, don't forget what you used to do with the passé composé conjugated with avoir! Same error here in 4 as in 3.
    tu as passé = oui, j'ai passé...

    8. Check the question. If Sam is a girl, your answer is correct, but I assume Sam (above) is a boy?
    Tu t'es réveillé...(excellent use of accents, by the way!) = je ne me suis pas réveillé...

    9. You can move the "bien" for emphasis but it's fine where it is

    10. Same errors as #3 & #4

    Sra (aka Mme)

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