FRENCH GRAMMAR EXERCISES ONLINE WITH ANSWERS (PDF)

On this page you will find various free grammar worksheets of increasing difficulty that can be completed directly online, or at home.

They’ll help you to put into practice all the key notions of the French grammar previously shown in the grammar lessons part of the website,¬†and if you are a beginner you can use them to familiarize yourself with the main rules of French grammar. They cover all the grammatical bases such as: tenses, verbs, adjectives…¬† with many fun quizzes and tests.

These worksheets can be used by high school students and all adults wishing to improve their French. They can also be used by teachers who need ressources for their classes and school activities.

All the answers are included at the end of the exercises.¬†You’ll be able to train independently,¬†without the need for assistance, in order to refresh your knowledge of the French language or to go further in your learning.

Each worksheet is printable, with a free copy in PDF included.


Summary

  1. Tenses
  2. Verbs
  3. Irregular Verbs
  4. Gerunds and Infinitives
  5. Modals (could, should, would)
  6. Adjectives and adverbs
  7. Pronouns
  8. Prepositions
  9. Nouns
  10. Articles (a, an, the)
  11. Questions
  12. Passive Voice
  13. Other Grammar points

TENSES

> PRESENT

  • Present Simple (I go, I work…)¬† ¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4
  • Present continuous/progressive (I am doing)¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Present Perfect tense (I have been, he has played…)¬† ¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7
  • Verb To Be¬†¬†– Present Simple (am, is or are)¬† ¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Negative form¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6
  • Be + Going to¬† ¬†see exercise

> PAST

  • Past Simple tense (I did, I was, I went, I worked…) 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7
  • Past Simple Tense:¬†to be (was / were)¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7¬† |¬† 8¬† |¬† 9
  • Past Perfect (I had played)¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Past Perfect Continuous (I had been playing…)¬†¬†see exercise

> FUTURE

  • Future Simple (I will)¬† 1¬† |¬†¬†2¬† |¬† 3
  • Future Simple (I’m going to)¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2
  • Future Progressive (=continuous) (I will be playing)¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Future Perfect (I will have played)¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Future Perfect Continuous (I will have been playing)¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3

> CHOOSING THE RIGHT TENSE

  • Present simple or Present continuous¬†¬†1¬† |¬†2
  • Present simple or Present perfect continuous¬†¬†1¬† |¬†¬†2
  • Present perfect simple or continuous¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2
  • Past simple or Past continuous¬† ¬†1¬† |¬† 2
  • Past simple or Present Perfect¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Past simple or Past Perfect¬† 1¬† |¬†¬†2

VERBS

  • Do or Make?¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Contracted negative forms of to be¬†(present simple tense)¬† ¬†1¬† |¬† 2
  • Have or has?¬† ¬†1¬† |¬† 2
  • Be or Have?¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Verb + ing¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Don’t or doesn’t?¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Have to (negative form)¬† see exercise
  • The imperative 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4

IRREGULAR VERBS

  • Irregular verbs: put the missing form of the verb¬†¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7¬† |¬† 8¬† |¬† 9
  • Complete the sentences with the verb in the appropriate form¬†¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7
  • Infinitive, past simple or past participle?¬†¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7¬† |¬† 8¬†¬†|¬† 9¬† |¬† 10

GERUNDS & INFINITIVES

  • Gerund or infinitive?¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4

MODALS (COULD, SHOULD, WOULD…)

  • Could, should or would?¬†¬†¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Modals: choose the right answer¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Modals of ability¬† see exercise
  • Can, can’t, could or couldn’t¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Must¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4

ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS

  • Adjective or adverb?¬†¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7¬† |¬† 8¬†¬†|¬† 9¬† |¬† 10¬† |¬† 11¬† |¬† 12
  • Make adverbs from adjectives¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Find the right adverb¬† see exercise
  • Adverbs of frequency¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Find the right adjective¬† see exercise
  • Compound adjectives¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7¬† |¬† 8¬† |¬† 9¬† |¬† 10
  • Adjectives in ED or ING¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Order of Adjectives¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Possessive adjectives¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Comparative and superlative adjectives¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6
  • Comparative of Superiority¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Comparative of inferiority¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Comparison with as/as¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Superlative adjectives¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3

PRONOUNS

  • Object pronouns ¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4
  • Subject Pronouns¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5
  • Personal pronouns: mixed exercises¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7¬† |¬† 8¬† |¬† 9¬† |¬† 10
  • Possessive pronouns (mine, yours, their…)¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6
  • Reflexive pronouns (myself, herself…)¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬†|¬†¬†3¬† |¬†¬†4
  • Relative pronouns (that, who, which, whose)¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Demonstrative Pronouns (This / That / These…) ¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6
  • Indefinite pronouns¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6

PREPOSITIONS: at, on, in, for…

  • Find the prepositions¬†¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • Contrary prepositions¬†¬†see exercise
  • Mixed prepositions exercises¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7¬† |¬† 8¬† |¬† 9¬† |¬† 10¬† |¬† 11¬† |¬† 12¬† |¬† 13¬† |¬† 14
  • Fill in the blanks with prepositions¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4
  • For or Since¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2

NOUNS

  • Plural of nouns¬† ¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7¬† |¬† 8¬† |¬† 9¬† |¬† 10

ARTICLES (A, AN, THE)

  • a or an?¬† ¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • a/an: correct or false?¬†¬†¬†see exercise
  • a, an or nothing?¬†¬†see exercise
  • a, an or the?¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4
  • a, an, the or nothing?¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6
  • the or nothing?¬† ¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4

QUESTIONS

  • Asking questions¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4
  • Answering simple questions¬†¬† 1¬† |¬† 2

PASSIVE VOICE

  • Passive or active?¬† see exercise
  • Put the verb to the past participle¬†¬† see exercise
  • Passive voice mixed exercises¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4¬† |¬† 5¬† |¬† 6¬† |¬† 7¬† |¬† 8
  • Choose the correct answer¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2
  • Change active voice to passive voice¬† see exercise
  • Find the missing word¬†¬†see exercise
  • Write passive sentences using the Present perfect¬†¬†see exercise
  • Write passive sentences using the Past Simple tense¬† see exercise

OTHER GRAMMAR POINTS

  • There, Their, They’re¬† 1¬† |¬† 2
  • There is or There are?¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3
  • Used to¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4
  • Much or Many¬†¬†1¬† |¬† 2
  • How much or How many¬† ¬†1¬† |¬† 2
  • Too, too much or too many¬† ¬†see exercise
  • Much, many or a lot of¬† ¬†see exercise
  • Its or It’s¬† 1¬† |¬† 2¬† |¬† 3¬† |¬† 4
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