Take Your Pick

Take Your Pick

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It not always intuitive to pick a word or a tense. For instance, do you say “c’est” or “il est”? Do you use the passé composé or the imparfait, is the subjunctive mode necessary or not, did you have a “bonne journée” or a “bon jour“? All of these ‘either or’ questions will be answered in this course that will guide you through several hurdle of the French language, first with a full explanation and then with a practice exercise and the answers for you to check right away where you’re at.

Pas toujours évident de choisir un mot ou un temps. Par exemple, est-ce qu’on dit « c’est » ou « il est »? Prend-on le passé composé ou l’imparfait, est-ce le subjonctif est nécessaire ou pas, passez-vous une « bonne journée » ou un « bon jour »? On répond à toutes ces questions casse-pieds dans ce cours qui vous guidera à travers les obstacles de la langue française ; d’abord avec une explication complète et ensuite avec un exercice pratique et des réponses pour que vous puissiez vérifier tout de suite où vous en êtes.

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Difficulty: Lev.2.3 - DELF.B DALF.C

L'un ou l'autre

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