encore/toujours – Free Exercise

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Choose the correct option.

  1. Oh non ! J’ai oublié mon portefeuille à la maison.Encore = againOh no! I forgot my wallet at home again!
  2. Mon frère croit qu’il a raison.Toujours = alwaysMy brother thinks he’s always right.
  3. Gabriel et Anissa attendent les vacances avec impatience.Toujours = alwaysGabriel and Anissa always look forward to the holidays.
  4. Je n’ai pas posté la lettre.We can use both toujours and encore in negative sentences to mean yet, however we have to use encore here because it comes after the negation pasI haven’t posted the letter yet.
  5. Zoé s’est acheté une paire de chaussures. Elle doit en avoir une centaine !Encore = anotherZoé has bought another pair of shoes. She must have about a hundred pairs!

Complete the sentences with encore or toujours.

  1. J’ai   aimé le fromage, même quand j’étais toute petite.Toujours = alwaysI’ve always loved cheese, even when I was very young.
  2. Le chat des voisins a   disparu, allons les aider à le chercher.Encore = againThe neighbour’s cat has disappeared again, let’s go and help them look for it.
  3. Veux-tu   un peu de purée ?Encore = another, some moreDo you want some more mashed potatoes?
  4. Tu n’as   pas reçu ma lettre ?We can use toujours and encore in negative sentences to mean yet, however we have to use toujours here because it comes before the negation pas.Have you received my letter yet?
  5. Avec mon nouveau vélo, je vais   plus vite.We use encore before the adverbs plus, mieux, moins to mean even.I can go even faster with my new bike.