French Subjunctive vs Indicative

Do you need to use the subjunctive or the indicative after Il est possible 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: 👉 Il est possible que je te (dire) non. When you begin aContinue reading “French Subjunctive vs Indicative”

L’Automne – Mini French Dialogue about Autumn

Practice your French as you read and listen to a one page dialogue between two people talking about l’automne. To access this free resource, you must be logged in to your LLL French Academy account. It’s free to sign up! You may also enjoy a French Fall Vocabulary list with 32 words and images. ShortContinue reading “L’Automne – Mini French Dialogue about Autumn”

French Si Clauses – Second Conditional

👉 Scroll down to watch Jennifer’s video lesson on this grammar topic 👈 Second Conditional French «Si Clauses» What is a si clause? The word si  means if in English.  Si clauses, also known as conditionals or conditional sentences, are used to express what could happen if some condition is met.  Si clauses indicate possibilitiesContinue reading “French Si Clauses – Second Conditional”

Être – Avoir – Aller – Faire: Conjugation Charts and Pronunciation

Present Tense: Être – Aller – Avoir – Faire French Teachers: Download this free resource @ TpT Passé Composé: Être – Aller – Avoir – Faire French Teachers: Download this free resource @ TpT Imperfect Tense: Être – Aller – Avoir – Faire French Teachers: Download this free resource @ TpT Futur Simple Tense: ÊtreContinue reading “Être – Avoir – Aller – Faire: Conjugation Charts and Pronunciation”

Relative Pronouns – Mini French Lesson

Fill in the blank with QUI, QUE, OÙ or DONT: 👉 Les cerises _________ j’ai acheté un kilo ne sont pas bonnes. 👉 The cherries of which I bought one kilo are not good. Why is dont the correct answer? 👉 The purpose of relative pronouns is to join clauses and to avoid repetition. Let’sContinue reading “Relative Pronouns – Mini French Lesson”

Relative Composed Pronouns – Mini French Lesson

Fill in the blank with the correct form of lequel: 👉 Le courriel _________ j’ai répondu était plein de fautes d’orthographe. 👉 The email to which I replied was full of spelling mistakes. 👉 Le courriel auquel j’ai répondu était plein de fautes d’orthographe. Why is auquel the correct answer? 👉 The verb répondre isContinue reading “Relative Composed Pronouns – Mini French Lesson”

Possessive Pronouns – Mini French Lesson

Restate the following sentence using a French possessive pronoun: 👉 C’est leur livre. 👉 It is their book. 👉 C’est _________. 👉 It is theirs. 👉 C’est le leur. LE refers to the book (le livre). LEUR is the pronoun that shows possession. Notice the way LEUR is used in the original sentence: 👉 C’estContinue reading “Possessive Pronouns – Mini French Lesson”

Plus-Que-Parfait Tense – Mini French Lesson

Put the verb in parentheses in the plus-que-parfait tense: The infinitive is the verb voir, and I’d like you to use ne … jamais as negation: 👉 Nous (ne jamais voir) la mer. Use the plus-que-parfait along with negation. 👉 Nous n’avions jamais vu la mer. 👉 Translation: We had never seen the sea. BeContinue reading “Plus-Que-Parfait Tense – Mini French Lesson”

French Relative Pronoun: DONT

Link the following sentences using a relative pronoun: Choose between QUI – QUE – OÙ – DONT: 👉 Voici l’appartement. Tu m’as parlé de cet appartement. Use a pronoun to make one sentence and avoid repeating the word appartement. 👉 Voici l’appartement . . . tu m’as parlé de. Which relative pronoun is the bestContinue reading “French Relative Pronoun: DONT”

French Subjunctive – Il faut que

Always use the subjunctive after Il faut que… Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb boire: 👉 Il faudra que je _______ six verres d’eau par jour. 👉 Il faudra que je boive six verres d’eau par jour. When you begin a sentence with Il faut que, you must follow upContinue reading “French Subjunctive – Il faut que”

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