Mot du jour

Mot Du Jour worksheets are everyday French expressions explained and put into context. You’ll also hear that there’s a place for you to repeat with me and practice your pronunciation. Click on the links inside to further your French practice that day.

Mots Du Jour are 100% free, and are designed as a short daily practice. So go for it, enjoy the topics of your choice. They are published on a regular basis, so please come back and visit often.

Should you want more information on that topic, or more practice, they’re is always a link – or links – inside for you to get to the full lesson, as a premium member.

This page features the recently published Mot Du Jour worksheets. Pick and choose what you need to further your French. Discover them by serendipity or visit the alphabetical list here.

Triste à Mourir – French Expression
Une Sorcière – French Expression
Plus Mort Que Vif – French Expression
Faire Son Deuil – French Expression
La Trouille – French Expression
À La Vie à La Mort – French Expression
Une Bête Noire – French Expression
Une Chauve-souris – French Expression
MDR – French Expression
Les Gros Yeux – French Expression
Dans Le Cas Présent – French Expression
Avoir Un Futur – French Expression
S’accrocher Au Passé – French Expression
Du Coq-à-l’âne – French Expression
Un Temps De Chien – French Expression
En Un Rien De Temps – French Expression
Avoir Une Belle Plume – French Expression
Immortel, Immortelle – French Expression
Boire Comme Un Trou – French Expression
Eau Dans Son Vin – French Expression
Avoir Beau – French Expression
Loin S’en Faut – French Expression
En Long, En Large Et En Travers – French Expression
De L’orde De – French Expression
Franchir Le Pas – French Expression
Laisse Béton – French Expression
Aux Frais De La Princesse – French Expression
Recevoir – French Expression
Mon œil – French Expression
Quelqu’un à L’œil – French Expression
En Caractères Gras – French Expression
Une Tartine – French Expression
être Sur Son 31 – French Expression
Faire école – French Expression
Le Dos De La Cuillère – French Expression
Le Train-train – French Expression
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