French Futur Simple Tense Endings Chart

French Futur Simple Tense Use this tense to talk about future plans or intentions, and to make predictions about what may happen in the future. As you will see in the following examples, the futur simple corresponds to will + verb in English. Irregular Futur Simple Stems MORE VERB ENDINGS CHARTS Regular verbs ending inContinue reading “French Futur Simple Tense Endings Chart”

French Sentence Structure – Imperative with Pronouns

It can be interesting to look at French sentences and their English translations while comparing the two. Once you have identified corresponding words, you will realize how many similarities there are French and English. You’ll also notice some big differences, and those are worth examining more closely. Comparing French and English Sentence Structure Those shoesContinue reading “French Sentence Structure – Imperative with Pronouns”

French Sentence Structure – Relative Pronoun DONT

Go ahead, take them, they are lamps that I no longer use. Vas-y, prends-les, ce sont des lampes dont je ne me sers plus.  When you’re learning French grammar from a textbook, most of what you learn has been carefully dissected so that you can focus on one topic at a time. This is veryContinue reading “French Sentence Structure – Relative Pronoun DONT”

Depuis, Pour, Pendant, Il y a

Depuis, Pour, Pendant, Il y a Expressing Amounts of Time in French 👉 Scroll down to watch my video lesson on this grammar topic 👈 Exercise: Depuis, Pendant, Il y a Quiz: Depuis, Pendant, Il y a 50 Practice Cards DEPUIS If an event began in the past and continues into the present, use depuisContinue reading “Depuis, Pour, Pendant, Il y a”

French Expressions and Short Replies

Access listening, speaking, reading, and writing exercises to practice and master these French expressions and short replies in my course. You must be logged in to your LLL French Academy account to access this course and everything that is included. French Expressions and Short Replies The following translations use the tu form of the verbs,Continue reading “French Expressions and Short Replies”

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”

How to say COULD in French

Get a PDF of this lesson with audio, and a comprehensive exercise with 30 minutes of audio explanations to 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. How to say COULD in French Pouvoir –Continue reading “How to say COULD in French”

French Subjunctive – Croire

Do you need to use the subjunctive or the indicative after …croire que… ? 🎥 Scroll down to watch my mini-lesson 🎥 Subjunctive or Indicative Expression List Decide whether you need the subjunctive or the indicative in the following sentence: 👉 Tu ne crois pas qu’ils (venir)? When you begin a sentence with …ne pasContinue reading “French Subjunctive – Croire”

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