French Adjectives Ending in ER and ET

French adjectives ending in ER and ET Most French adjectives are regular. However, many of them are irregular. Make these adjectives feminine by adding an accent grave ( ` ) over the E in ER and ET. LIGHT – LÉGER Masculine singular 👉 léger 👉 C’est un repas léger. Masculine plural 👉 légers 👉 CeContinue reading “French Adjectives Ending in ER and ET”

French Adjectives Ending in VOWEL + N

French adjectives ending in VOWEL + N Most French adjectives are regular. However, many of them are irregular. Make adjectives ending in VOWEL + N feminine by doubling the N and adding E. The adjective in the following example falls into the BAGS category, which means it is placed before the noun. GOOD – BONContinue reading “French Adjectives Ending in VOWEL + N”

French Adjectives Ending in EL

French adjectives ending in EL Most French adjectives are regular. However, many of them are irregular. Make adjectives ending in EL feminine by doubling the L and adding E. PERSONAL – PERSONNEL Masculine singular 👉 personnel 👉 C’est un problème personnel. Masculine plural 👉 personnels 👉 Ce sont des problèmes personnels. Feminine singular 👉 personnelleContinue reading “French Adjectives Ending in EL”

French Adjectives Ending in X or S

French adjectives ending in X or S Adjectives ending in X or S stay the same in masculine plural forms. The feminine plural forms of these adjectives are regular . All you need to do is add S to the feminine singular form of the adjective.  The following example uses an adjective that falls into the BAGS category, so it is placed before theContinue reading “French Adjectives Ending in X or S”

French Definite, Indefinite, and Partitive Articles

French Articles Articles can often be omitted in English, but not in French. There are three types of articles, and they have to agree in number and gender with the nouns they modify. Access a lesson guide on expressing amounts of time in my full course on articles. You must be logged in to yourContinue reading “French Definite, Indefinite, and Partitive Articles”

List of Nationalities in French

Les Nationalités De quelle nationalité êtes-vous? What’s your nationality? Capitalization of nationalities and languages ➤ Do not capitalize nationalities when they are used as adjectives: C’est un passeport suisse. Il est cubain. Big List of Nationalities in French Click here to practice and master nationalities in French on Quizlet Access a video and audio lesson onContinue reading “List of Nationalities in French”

French Partitive Articles and 4 Ways to Use DE

Access a lesson guide, written exercises, and 100 study cards to practice and master the different ways to use DE in my course. You must be logged in to your LLL French Academy account to access this course and everything that is included. DE – D’ – DE LA – DE L’ – DU –Continue reading “French Partitive Articles and 4 Ways to Use DE”

French Opposites – Antonyms

Practice and master these French antonyms in my course. You must be logged in to your LLL French Academy account to access this course and everything that is included. French Antonyms – Mots Opposés Learning opposite words is a fantastic way to increase your French vocabulary! I recommend learning them in pairs.   Practice pronunciationContinue reading “French Opposites – Antonyms”

Le Futur Proche – French Near Future

Get a PDF of this lesson with audio commentaries, and a set of 50 study cards to practice and master this French grammar skill in my course. You must be logged in to your LLL French Academy account to access this course and everything that is included. Le Futur Proche ALLER (PRESENT) + INFINITIVE WhenContinue reading “Le Futur Proche – French Near Future”

French Dialogue: Être – Aller – Avoir – Faire

Get a PDF of this lesson, and an audio recording for studying listening comprehension and pronunciation in my free course. You must be logged in to your LLL French Academy account to access this course and everything that is included. It’s free to sign up! Mini French Dialogue Être – Aller – Avoir – FaireContinue reading “French Dialogue: Être – Aller – Avoir – Faire”

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