Learning About Fantastic Fruit in French!

This term, with the help of Miss Lancashire, Year 5 have been learning all about food in French! Year 5 have been focussed on fruit and vegetables (one of the most important parts of our diet) and how to ask politely for a fruit or vegetable.

Year 5, choose a fruit or vegetable and tell me how you would ask for it in french?

Year 5 also know which fruit and vegetables are masculine or feminine. Year 5, how can you tell this?

Not only have Year 5 been learning about foods in French, they have also been studying French locations.

They have been practicing their pronunciation of how to ask where other people live and the correct response. It is wonderful to see how far Year 5 have come and I know they will continue to shine in their French lessons!

Toutes nos félicitations Année 5! 

Keep up your confidence with lots of practise at home.




  1. Our French lessons so far have been so fun and I can’t wait to learn more words and phrases. The fruits were really fun to learn. We learnt how to say ‘Can I have( then the fruit we have asked for) please, thank you,’ in French. I can’t wait to learn more!

  2. So far in year 5, we have learned a lot of new French words such as, colours, different fruits and how to pronounce places in France. Thank you very much Miss Lancashire!

    Jusqu’ici en l’an 5, nous avons appris beaucoup de nouveaux mots français tells que, des couleurs, des fruits différents et comment prononcer des lieux en France. Merci beaucoup mademoiselle Lancashire!

  3. Throughout year 5 we have learned loads about France and we have learned how to speak in French. We have learned a variety of french words. We have been taught how to say fruits, place’s names, colours. Thank you Miss Lancashire for all you have taught us.WE have really enjoyed learning french with you. we leaned how to ask for fruits and how we should respond back.

  4. Starting from Year 3 we have been taught the language French. It is now one of my favourite subjects in school and now I will now how to communicate to people in France.
    Thank you Miss Lancashire for everything you have taught us!

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