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The French Passé Simple

August 10, 2015

The passé simple is the simple past form of a French verb. Unlike its English equivalent, the passé simple is used only in formal prose. Chances are you won’t ever …

Present Tense Regular French Verbs

July 27, 2015

To conjugate the present tense of regular French verbs, drop the ending of the infinitive and replace it with the ending that corresponds with whom or what is performing the …

French Article

July 27, 2015

French articles are sometimes confusing for non-native speakers. Unlike in other languages, articles in French must agree in both gender and number with the nouns that they modify. In addition, …

French Future Tense Verbs

June 20, 2015

Like English future tense verbs, the French future tense is used to describe upcoming events or situations. The French simple future tense tends to be one of the easiest tenses …

Dual Gender French Nouns

April 2, 2015

The previous lesson covered the rules for gendering French nouns and some of the notable exceptions to those rules. However, some French nouns can take either gender. These nouns have …

French Nouns and Gender

March 23, 2015

French is a much more gendered language than English. Which nouns are masculine and which are feminine can often seem arbitrary and random to non-native speakers. However, the language does …

French Vocabulary Quiz

January 30, 2015

This exercise tests your knowledge of twenty-six core French words that beginning speakers should know. Match the French words on the left with their English equivalents on the right. Remember …