French Language Game: Aller - Present Tense



Quick French Language Game: Aller (to go) - Present Tense

Level: Beginner (A1)
Playing Time: 4 minutes


A quick and fun French game to learn and practice the present tense of "aller" (to go).
As you play, remember to say the French words OUT LOUD!  It's good pronunciation practice.

Aller - Present Tense

• je vais - I go
• tu vas - you go (familiar)
• il/elle va - he/she goes
• nous allons  - we go
• vous allez - you go (formal)
• ils/elles vont - they go (m/f)

Note: "nous allons" and "vous allez" are pronounced with a liaison. You'll hear an example of that in the game.

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French Language Game: Vouloir - Present Tense



Quick French Language Game: "vouloir" (to want) - present tense
Level: Beginner (A1)
Time to Play:
4 minutes

Play this fun online game to learn and practice the present tense of the verb "vouloir".
First, play the forms of "vouloir" with Shootout, then put together easy sentences with Word Invaders.
Always say the French OUT LOUD right after or along with the speaker. It's the best way to sharpen your pronunciation.
Before starting, look through the forms and sentences below.
This game is for Beginners. Play on a Computer or Tablet.

Present Tense of "vouloir"

• je veux - I want
• tu veux - you want (familiar)
• il/elle veut - he/she wants
• nous voulons - we want
• vous voulez - want (sing. formal & plural)
• ils/elles veulent - they want (m/f)

Vocabulary to Combine

• faire une promenade - to take a walk
• voir un film - to see a film
• un jus de pomme - an apple juice

Sentences with "vouloir"

Ils veulent faire une promenade. - They want to take a walk.
Je veux voir un film. - I want to see a film.
Veux-tu un jus de pomme ? - Do you want an apple juice? (fam.)
Elle veut faire une promenade. - She wants to take a walk.
Nous voulons voir un film. - We want to see a film.
Voulez-vous un jus de pomme ? - Do you want an apple juice? (sing. formal)

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Spanish Language Game: Ser - Present Tense



Quick Spanish Language Game: ser (to be) - present tense - "Sí, ella es alta!" (Yes, she is tall!)
Level: Beginner (A1)
Time to Play:
4 minutes

Play this fun interactive Spanish language game online, to learn and practice the present tense of the Spanish verb "ser".
You'll practice the personal verb forms, then put together easy sentences with them.
The sentences illustrate 3 basic uses of the verb "ser" (see below).
Note that personal pronouns (yo, tú, él, etc.) are often dropped in Spanish, except when they are needed for clarity or emphasis.
In this game, we first include the pronouns, then drop them in some of the sentences.

Present Tense of the Verb "ser"

• yo soy - I am
• tú eres - you are (sing. familiar)
• él, ella es - he, she is
• Usted es - you are (formal)
• nosotros/as somos - we are
• vosotros/as sois - you (pl.) are [Spain]
• Ustedes son - you (pl.) are [Latin America]
• ellos/as son - they are

3 Basic Uses of "ser":

1. indicate origin, identity

• David es camarero. (David is a waiter.)
• ¿Vosotros sois de Madrid? (Are you from Madrid? [Spain])
• ¿Ustedes son de México? (Are you from Mexico? [Latin America])
• ¡Soy yo! (It's me!)

2. time, Dates, Mathematical equivalents, etc.

• Mañana es sábado. (Tomorrow is Saturday.)
• Son las diez en punto. (It's ten o'clock on the dot.)
• Cuatro y seis son diez. (Four and six are ten.)

3. indicate essential characteristics

• Eres alto. (You are tall.)
• Ella es joven. (She is young.)

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Spanish Language Game: Hablar - Present Tense




Quick Spanish Language Game
: hablar (to speak) - present tense
Level: Beginner (A1)
Time to Play:
4 minutes


Learn and practice the present tense of the regular Spanish verb for "to speak" with this fun interactive game. (Image credit: Christina @ WOCintechchat on Unsplash)
You'll practice the personal verb forms and make easy sentences with them.
Note that pronouns (yo, tú, él, etc.) are often dropped in Spanish, except when they are needed for clarity or emphasis.
In this game, we first include the pronouns in the Shootout Game, to practice the verb forms.
We then drop the pronouns in the Word Invader Game, to practice easy sentences.

Present Tense of the Regular Verb "hablar"

• yo hablo - I speak
• tú hablas - you speak (familiar)
• él, ella habla - he, she speaks
• Usted habla - you speak (formal)
• nosotros/as hablamos - we speak (m/f)
• vosotros/as habláis - you (pl, m/f) speak [Spain]
• ellos/as hablan - they speak (m/f)
• Ustedes hablan - you (pl) speak [Latin America]

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Italian Language Game: Essere - Present Tense



Italian Language Game: essere (to be) - present tense.
Level: Beginner (A1)
Time to Play:
4 minutes

Play this easy Italian Word Shoot language game to learn and practice the present-tense forms of the irregular verb "essere" online.
Then, with Word Invaders, put together an easy sentence with each.
(Image Credit: Manarola, Italy. Jack Ward on Unsplash)

Note that in Italian the pronoun is often dropped, except for emphasis or clarity.
But, in any case, with or without a pronoun, you always have to use the correct verb form.

Note also:
"you are" formal (singular): Lei è
"you are" formal (plural): Loro sono

Essere - to be

  • io sono - I am
  • tu sei - you are (familiar)
  • lui, lei è - he, she is
  • noi siamo - we are
  • voi siete - you-all are
  • loro sono - they are

Vocabulary

  • qui - here
  • a casa - at home
  • contento - glad (m.)
  • stanco - tired (m.)

Always say the words out loud as you play the game. It's the best way to learn their pronunciation.
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