Ideas for speaking practice for the perfect tense

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Depending on the ability of the pupils, you could help them to decide which verb each image represents – they could either prepare their answers first or attempt to do it as a spontaneous exercise. They have to tell the story of the images in the past, e.g. I stayed at home, I ate a sandwich, I did my homework, I went to sleep (there’s a mixture of avoir and etre verbs)

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