Watch my video lesson on how to use French reflexive verbs in the present and passé composé tenses. Download your 10 page support guide to this lesson on Patreon. Here’s a list of 32 of the most common reflexive verbs, their past participles, and their translations in English.
Watch my vide lesson on using the verb être as helping verb in the French passé composé. Download your support guide to this lesson on Patreon. Here’s a list of the most common 17 verbs that take être as auxiliary verb. Click here for my full course.
Listen to the dictée while watching the video below. Download your free support guide which indicates all of the grammar topics included as well as the correction and English translation @LLL French Academy. THEME LE VOYAGE LEVEL A1 – BEGINNER LENGTH 40 – 60 WORDS: This is the length of the written part of theContinue reading “French Dictée – Beginner Level – Le Voyage”
Descriptive Adjectives There are two main factors to consider when using adjectives in French, and they are very different to the way we use adjectives in English. Scroll all the way down if you just want a quick list of 40 very easy to use French adjectives. French adjectives must agree in number and inContinue reading “French Descriptive Adjectives”
What is a relative pronoun? Relative pronouns are words that are used to link a dependent clause to a main clause. A dependent clause is a group of words with a subject and a verb. It does not express a complete thought so it isn’t a sentence and can’t stand alone. Master French Relative Pronouns – IncludedContinue reading “French Relative Pronouns QUI – QUE – OÙ – DONT”
FALLOIR – IL FAUT – PRESENT TENSE LESSON → Watch my video lesson on the French verb FALLOIR. → Take the quiz at the end of the video to see how you can avoid using the subjunctive. The verb FALLOIR is an IMPERSONAL verb. You can only use it in the IL form. In thisContinue reading “French Verb «Falloir»”
French subjunctive lesson: → Watch my video lesson on the French subjunctive. → Take the quiz at the end of the video. See the exercise at the bottom of this page, and I’ll tell you the answers during the video. The subjunctive is rumored as the most difficult thing in French, but it’s not true.Continue reading “French Subjunctive Mood”
French possessive pronouns are used to replace nouns so that you can indicate to whom or to what those nouns belong. Watch my video lesson below or click here to see it on YouTube. ‼ Possessive pronouns agree with nouns in number and gender. ‼ Possessive pronouns are always preceded by definite articles: LE – LAContinue reading “French Possessive Pronouns”