Les règles en rap (1 year subscription)

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Teachers has been asking for all the AIM règles in rap in one place. They are now available on the Portal for easy reference for both you and your students!

You will have access to:

  • The audio and projectable posters of each rap
  • Videos, where applicable

The following raps are found on Les règles en rap Portal product:


La règle en rap #1 - L'orthographe

La règle en rap #2 - Les adjectifs

La règle en rap #3 - Les voyelles qui se cognent

La règle en rap #4 - Les verbes à l'infinitif

La règle en rap #5 - Le négatif

La règle en rap #6 - Les contractions

La règle en rap #7 - Jouer à/Jouer de

La règle en rap #8 - Les adjectifs qui précèdent le nom

La règle en rap #9 - L'imparfait et le passé composé

La règle en rap #10 - Vous et nous

La règle en rap #11 - Les pronoms objets

La règle en rap #12 - Quelle sorte de passé ?

La règle en rap #13 - La vie avec être

La règle en rap #14 - Conjuguer les verbes

La règle en rap #15 - Le pronom 'y'


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