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Les Sports avec “Faire” faire = to do, to make (also used with certain sports and weather expressions). Faire de l’aérobic. Faire de l’athlétisme. Faire du jogging. Faire de l’équitation. Faire de la natation. Faire du surf. Faire du patin à glace. Faire des photos.

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Les Sports avec “Faire”

faire = to do, to make

(also used with certain sports and weather expressions)

faire du ski
Faire du ski

Faire du snowboarding


Page 113 #7

Read the following conversation with a partner. Take turns playing each



Rewrite the dialogue to express your own preferences.

Be prepared to share w/ the class.


To find out a friend’s interests: pg. 116

Qu’est-ce que tu fais comme sport?

What sports do you play?

Qu’est-ce que tu fais pour t’amuser?

What do you do to have fun?

Je fais….

Je joue….

Je ne fais pas de…

Je ne joue pas….


Page 116 #14

With a partner, take turns asking each other about your sports and hobbies.

--Qu’est-ce que tu fais pour t’amuser?

--Je fais du jogging et du ski. Et toi?

--Moi, je…..

Be prepared to share with the class.



Worksheet (page 41 only)


Faire = to do, to make, to play

Je fais Nous faisons

Tu fais Vous faites

Il/Elle/Onfait Ils/Elles font


jouer = to play

Je joue Nous jouons

Tu joues Vous jouez

Il/Elle/On joue Ils/Elles jouent


*The subject pronoun “on” is used with the il/elle form of the verb.

In conversational French, on usually means “we.”

Le samedi, on fait du sport.

On Saturdays, we play sports.


On can mean they or you when it refers to people in general.

En France, on parle français.

In France, they speak French.