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French Idioms

August 29, 2016
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This week we’ll conclude our journey through idiomatic expressions by examining ten frequently-used French idioms. These basic idiomatic expressions will help you to increase your French comprehension and acceptance by …

French Vocabulary Quiz Round Three

January 9, 2016
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Test your French vocabulary with this new matching exercise containing an additional twenty-six words. Match each French word on the left with its English equivalent on the right. Check the …

The French Past Anterior

January 5, 2016
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In French, the past anterior has the same function as the past perfect. Unlike the past perfect, however, the past anterior is used only in academic, literary, and historical writing. …

The French Imperative

January 4, 2016
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This week we’re going to show how to conjugate the French imperative. This mood is used to give orders, make requests and recommendations, express desires, and offer advice. Conjugating the …

French Subjunctive Conjugations

December 15, 2015
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In this lesson, we’re going to show how to conjugate the French subjunctive mood. The subjunctive helps express subjective ideas, possibilities, emotions, wants, and needs. While successfully using the subjunctive …

French Irregular –RE Verbs

December 10, 2015
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Some of the most common irregular ­–RE verbs have their own internally consistent conjugation rules. These include prendre (to take), battre (to fight), mettre (to put), rompre (to break), and …

French Irregular – IR Verbs

November 30, 2015
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French irregular –IR verbs fall into three categories: ones that use regular –ER conjugations, ones that follow a second set of –IR conjugations, and ones that have their own unique …

French Present Participles

November 13, 2015
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The French present participle is the French equivalent of the English present participle. Just as English present participles end in –ing, French present participles always end in –ant. French present …

French Vocabulary Quiz Round Two

September 3, 2015
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Test your French vocabulary with this new matching exercise containing an additional twenty-six words. Match each French word on the left with its English equivalent on the right. Check the …