It’s so French, to say that! — C’est tellement français, de dire ça !
In this course, you will study structures such as ‘faillir’ ‘avoir beau’, ‘il s’agit de’, ‘ne … que…’, and so on. You hear these structures in French, yet, they don’t make much sense unless you practice them.
So here is a course to study and practice.
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Tellement français !
CHEZ most commonly means “at someone’s place”.
Nous allons chez Martine.
We’re going to Martine’s place (home).
quand même – Practice
What are the different usages of QUAND MÊME? How is it used in a sentence? What does it sound like?
French Accents: é, è, ê, ç and other œ
Arriver doesn’t only mean ‘to arrive’. Look at these different uses of ARRIVER and practice them.
LES ou DES
My students often struggle with choosing between LES or DES, even at a high-level of French. I designed this worksheet in the hope it will clarify things for you.