Looking for free French worksheets?
Here at the Linguajunkie blog, you’ll find a nice collection of French worksheets and French PDF workbooks that are meant for beginners. They’re free as a good starting step in your language journey.
Of course, I do suggest getting a French language program later, but first let’s do worksheets.
How to download these French worksheets and workbooks.
- Click on the images below to download the PDFs.
- You can also right click and “save as” to save the PDFs to your device
Remember, since these are worksheets, you need to print out and write on them to do the “work” and get the most out of these.
If you download but don’t use them, you’re never going to learn any French. So, keep that in mind — nothing happens if nothing is done. And you want to speak French one day, right?
1. French Worksheets for the Alphabet
If you’re a beginner…
Then you need to learn the French alphabet so you can read and write in French. Luckily, it’s not too far from the English alphabet although there are some differences — especially with pronunciation. And you’ll need to get used to them. So, download this French worksheet and practice the alphabet.
2. French Worksheets for Greetings
After you learn the alphabet, what’s next?
It’s time to start practicing writing.
And why not start with the must-know basics — how to say hello in French or how to say bye in French. This French worksheet/workbook will help you master the common greetings. By the time you’re done writing them out, you’ll know them like the back of your hand.
3. Bundle of 14+ French Worksheets
If you’re looking for some professionally made worksheets…
Here’s a bundle made by FrenchPod101, a popular French learning system. Inside, you’ll find 14+ printable French workbooks and worksheets covering topics like verbs, adjectives, phrases for ordering food, and much more.
Also, if you’re looking for a French learning program, I can recommend them as well. So, click on the image below to grab the bundle and check them out.
4. French Numbers & Number Phrases Workbook
Do you know how to count in French?
Well, this writing workbook teaches you French numbers AND French number-related phrases. Phrases like, “how old are you,” “I am __ years old,” “My phone number is…” and so on. Definitely a very useful workbook to get once you’re done with the Alphabet worksheet above.
5. 25+ French Love Phrases Workbook
You know what’s fun to learn?
Love words and phrases.
So, if you’re learning French because of someone you like, this is a good resource to have. Inside, you’ll get 25+ words and phrases like how to say I love you in French. Then, your job is to print out resource and practice writing the words on the spaces below. It’s that simple.
6. 50+ French Conversational Phrases
What else is fun to learn?
Phrases you will use in conversations with native speakers. And even though you’re learning and writing with these worksheets, you will remember them because you’ve practiced them writing them out. This collection of French worksheets teaches you 50+ phrases like… how to introduce yourself in French, talk about the weather, your plans, and much more.
7. Top 100 French Words
You should also learn the most common words.
These words will give you a solid base of French and help you move forward. Again, just print out this French PDF workbook and practice writing them out.
8. 50 Most Common French Adjectives
Here’s another useful vocabulary boost.
This French workbook teaches you the most common adjectives. 50 is plenty for a beginner. As usual, print it out and go to town writing in it.
Why Learn with French Worksheets & Workbooks?
The reasons are simple.
- You get a chance to practice your French.
- You remember French better through practice (filling out the worksheets).
- You get to speak fluently later… because you’ve practiced.
- You’ll never learn simply by “listening” or “reading about things.” You have to DO things. It’s like learning to dance without actually trying to dance — you simply won’t learn!
The fact is… you can read and listen to things all day long…
But, you will NEVER learn French…
And you will NEVER learn to use it freely and speak it freely like your very own language… if you don’t actually do work — practice writing and speaking.
Hence, worksheets give you a good opportunity to remember what you’ve learned and write things out. Doing this — using the words and writing them — will help you remember them better. So that later, you can freely use them while you’re speaking French.
– The Main Junkie
P.S. If you want something a little more than a “worksheet,” then I recommend FrenchPod101.
FrenchPod101 is a French learning program. You get audio/video lessons made by real teachers. The lessons get you speaking in minutes and are just 3-15 minutes in length. Just press the play button below to check out a lesson.
- 3-Minute French S1 #2 – Greetings
- by FrenchPod101.com
So, if you want to HEAR real French and learn faster with a program, I recommend them.