-IR verbs – Present Tense – Today’s French

April 16, 2021 : French Grammar, French Verbs, Today's French
Verbes qui se terminent en -IR and -OIR – Le présent en français Part of Level 1 | French Present Tense –IR -  and –OIR - verbs in the present tense follow numerous patterns that can be learned by practicing...
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y a … que and y a … qui

March 20, 2021 : French Grammar, Today's French
y a … que and y a … qui - Today's French Part of 5 minutes of French a Day | It's So French y a … que and y a … qui ‘y a… que/qui’ is familiar for ‘Il...
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chaque, chacun or chacune? – Today’s French

March 18, 2021 : French Grammar, Today's French
chaque, chacun or chacune? - Today's French Part of 5 minutes of French a Day | Choose Your Words CHAQUE CHACUN CHACUNE Chacun des pains du boulanger est délicieux. Chaque élève fait de l’anglais dans cette classe. La prof explique...
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PRENDRE conjugated – Today’s French

March 2, 2021 : French Grammar, French Verbs, Today's French
TO TAKE - PRENDRE – Le français d'aujourd'hui Part of 5 minutes of French a Day | Conjugated Verbs Je vais prendre un citron pressé — I'll have a glass of lemonade   Take the Quiz   Connect and Continue   BECOME...
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Verbs with À – What Pronoun?

February 27, 2021 : French Grammar, French Verbs, Today's French
Les verbes en À – Quel pronom ? Part of 5 minutes of French a Day | French Verbs and their Prepositions French verbs come in many different flavors. They come with or without a preposition, and this will determine...
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About POUR – Today’s French

February 11, 2021 : French Grammar, Today's French
Traduire POUR - Le français d'aujourd'hui Part of 5 minutes of French a Day | French Prepositions Traduire POUR n’est pas toujours facile. En voici dix usages communs. Translating POUR isn’t always intuitive. Here are common uses for POUR. Common...
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plus or pluS – Pronouncing the S at the end

January 2, 2021 : Everyday French, French Grammar
Plus vs PluS - Prononcer le S Part of 5 minutes of French a Day | French Pronunciation pluS or plus - Pronouncing the S at the end. When should I pronounce the S at the end? Learn the rules...
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Singular or Plural ? Today’s French

December 1, 2020 : Everyday French, French Grammar
Singulier ou Pluriel - Le français d'aujourd'hui Part of 5 minutes of French a Day | French Headaches It's sometimes fuzzy to know how to figure out if a noun triggers a singular or plural verb in French, particularly for...
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Place of Adjectives – Today’s French

November 26, 2020 : Everyday French, French Grammar
La place des adjectifs - Le français d'aujourd'hui Part of 5 minutes of French a Day | French Adjectives Before or After the Noun - A Different meaning I’d like to highlight these common adjectives that change meaning according to...
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French Object Pronouns – Placement – Today’s French

November 16, 2020 : Everyday French, French Grammar
Ordre des pronoms objets - Le français d'aujourd'hui Part of 5 minutes of French a Day | French Pronouns Nous la lui passons. We're transferring it to him. They always follow this pattern: Use ME TE SE NOUS VOUS before...
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NE… QUE… means ONLY – Today’s French

November 5, 2020 : Everyday French, French Grammar
NE... QUE... means ONLY - Today's French Part of Today's French | It's so French NE is a funny word. It’s a small, yet powerful word. You probably know it mostly in negative sentences, associated with PAS, JAMAIS or another...
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Plural of adjectives – Today’s French

October 19, 2020 : Everyday French, French Grammar
Le pluriel des adjectifs - Le français d'aujourd'hui Part of All Levels | French Adjectives How do French adjectives get their plural form? Rule of Thumb - Règle générale The plural of most adjectives is formed by adding an –s...
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QUE vs. CE QUE – Today’s French

October 12, 2020 : French Grammar, Today's French
QUE ou CE QUE - Le français d'aujourd'hui Part of Level 2 | French Pronouns Ce que j'aime à French Hour, ce sont les exercices que je peux refaire quand je veux. QUE and CE QUE are relative pronouns. Relative...
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Demonstrative adjectives – Today’s French

September 16, 2020 : French Grammar, Today's French
Adjectifs Démonstratifs - Le français d'aujourd'hui Part of French Adjectives | French - Daily Practice Il y a 4 adjectifs démonstratifs en français et ils se présentent en 12 déclinaisons. There are 4 demonstrative adjectives in French and they fan out...
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LES or DES – Today’s French

September 3, 2020 : French Grammar, Today's French
LES ou DES ? Part of All Levels | It's so French Practice when to use LES or DES My students often struggle with this question, even at a high-level of French. I designed this worksheet in the hope it...
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Adjective + À or DE – Today’s French

August 25, 2020 : French Grammar, Today's French
Adjectif + À ou DE Part of Level 3 | Choose Your Words Wisely When should you use À and DE in French? How do these two French prepositions work? AUDIO below, With Anne's French accent À and DE Definition...
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Command Forms – Today’s French

August 21, 2020 : French Grammar, French Verbs, Today's French
L'impératif en français - Le français d'aujourd'hui Part of Level 2 | Command Forms We hear commands all the time. Our parents, our teachers tell us what to do, and it doesn't get much better during our adult life. Eat...
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TOUT, TANT, TELLEMENT and SI – Today’s French

August 18, 2020 : French Grammar, Today's French
TOUT, TANT, TELLEMENT et SI - 4 adverbes Part of Level 2 | French - Daily Practice| French Adverbs TOUT, TANT, TELLEMENT and SI are all adverbs. They're annoying because they're really hard to figure out. Let's see how it...
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FAILLIR – Today’s French

June 27, 2020 : French Grammar, Today's French
faillir - to almost... Part of Level 2 | It's So French FAILLIR is a very French verb. Let's see what is means and how it works in this worksheet. What FAILLIR means FAILLIR is a funny verb. I’d say...
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DONT – Relative Pronoun – Today’s French

June 10, 2020 : Everyday French, French Grammar, Today's French
DONT – Pronom Relatif – Le français d’aujourd’hui Les fraises dont je te parle sont de Plougastel. - The strawberries I’m talking to you about are from Plougastel. Part of Level 2 | French Pronouns Practice French. Download the audio...
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