The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (C.E.F.R.) define a beginner learner as a "basic user". As an absolute beginner - A1 level - the CEFR specify that a basic user "can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type".
As the speaking production skills as concerned, it is said that a basic user "can use a series of phrases and sentences to describe in simple terms his living conditions" : housing, rooms, furnitures, household appliances and objects.
In this post dedicated to absolute beginners in French, I give you useful tools to help you describe a bedroom ("décrire sa chambre").
To describe a bedroom as a beginner, in addition to the vocabulary in connection with bedroom, you have to use the phrase "il y a" which is invariable in French ("there is" or "there are" in English).
Now it's your turn to play!
Practice by describing your own bedroom, the bedroom of your parents, brother, sister or your friend using this vocabulary pictures sheet that you can only consult online.
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MAYS AL SABBAGH
French Language Teacher & CEO @ Learn Real French Now