A French song with accompanying gap-fill exercise. This track is a bit more rock, if that appeals to your students. You will find links to the worksheet and answer sheet underneath the YouTube clip.
To download the gap-fill worksheet, click on the image below:
To download an answer sheet, with the missing lyrics highlighted in red, please click here.
I have written an accompanying gap-fill worksheet for this French song by Mika. You will find the YouTube clip below and you are able to download the worksheet below that.
There is one line of dubious lyrics (T’es défoncé ou t’es gay? = Are you high or are you gay?) – just a warning depending on the age of your students!
Click on the image below to download the worksheet.
You can find an answer sheet with the missing words filled in in red here.
You can also find an alternate YouTube clip with the lyrics in both French and English on the video here.
This catchy French song has very clear lyrics. I have included the YouTube clip below plus an accompanying gap-fill worksheet underneath that.
Please consider yourself forewarned of the semi-naked man in the video!
Click on the image below to download the gap-fill worksheet.
You can also find the completed song lyrics with the missing words highlighted in red here.
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