There are a variety of gap-filling and sequencing activities.
Here's a link to the TaskMagic3 Mix&Gap file - mtx3 - from which the pdfs were printed. It provides access to loads of interactive exercises. (Requires TM3)
Grid Match is mainly used for verb conjugation work, but it can easily be used for
Scroll down for a link to download a completely free Windows desktop program with lots of interactive exercises and worksheets based on a sample GCSE French essay on the topic of "A bad school day".
The downloaded is actually a non-time-limited demo of a full resource containing 16 essays, with free access to 1 of those 16 essays.
Anyway, as well as the poem and the link to the previous resources, there was also a link to a TaskMagic2 Text Match file. This really brought home to me a major improvement in TaskMagic3 compared with previous versions: in earlier versions of TaskMagic, any text that you put into Mix&Gap would be converted into one block of text, so it wasn't really possible to make exercises based on formatted text such as letters, recipes, songs, poems etc. TaskMagic3 makes it possible to create all sorts of interactive and printed resources based on these kinds of texts, as you'll see from the resources posted here.
There are 11 pdf files in all, all printed using dopdf - http://www.dopdf.com