The alphabet in French: free French teaching resource

Do your pupils realise that the letters of the alphabet are pronounced differently in different languages?

Here are some examples of names that start with the SOUND of the letter of the alphabet in French:

A = (ah) Anne
B = (bay) Béatrice
C = (say) Céline

There are also some interesting facts and memory tricks that will help children remember the similarities and differences between the English and French alphabet, for instance;

Eight letters end with the sound “-ay”: B, C, D, G, P, T, V, W.

The full details for the alphabet in French are on a worksheet.

The information is drawn from Unforgettable French, which uses memory tricks to teach and reinforce major points of French grammar from the basics up to GCSE level, to learners of all ages.

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