French Past Conditional – Translation Exercise

Access listening, speaking, reading, and writing exercises to practice and master the French past conditional in my course which includes 4 more translation exercises with video explanations. You must be logged in to your LLL French Academy account to access this course and everything that is included. French Past Conditional – Could have, Should have,Continue reading “French Past Conditional – Translation Exercise”

French Past Conditional – Would have, Could have, Should have

Access listening, speaking, reading, and writing exercises to practice and master the French past conditional in my course. You must be logged in to your LLL French Academy account to access this course and everything that is included. French Past Conditional – Could have, Should have, Would have 👉 Scroll down to watch my videoContinue reading “French Past Conditional – Would have, Could have, Should have”

Subjunctive Exercise – French Subordinating Conjunctions

Subordinating Conjunctions Subjunctive Exercise Translate the following sentences using subordinating conjunctions. Scroll down for the answers. Will you buy some paper so that I can print? We didn’t say anything for fear of offending the neighbors. No matter what I do, you will never respect my work.  I’ll take (get) the drinks while you chooseContinue reading “Subjunctive Exercise – French Subordinating Conjunctions”

French Dialogue + Audio – Le Tennis

Get a PDF of this dialogue, and an audio recording to practice 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! French Dialogue Le Tennis – Niveau B2 Don’t forget toContinue reading “French Dialogue + Audio – Le Tennis”

French Subjunctive – Jusqu’à ce que

Do you need to use the subjunctive or the indicative after jusqu’à ce que… ? 🎥 Scroll down to watch my mini-lesson 🎥 Decide whether you need the subjunctive or the indicative in the following sentence: 👉 On ne partira pas jusqu’à ce que tu (mettre) tes chaussures. When a sentence includes jusqu’à ce que,Continue reading “French Subjunctive – Jusqu’à ce que”

French Tout, Tous, Toute, Toutes – Mini French Lesson

👉 Scroll down to watch my mini-lesson on this grammar topic and hear some of my tips 👈 For each of the following, fill in the blanks. with the correct form of TOUT, TOUS, TOUTE, or TOUTES. Please refer to my complete lesson if you need to learn the rules that apply to this mini-lesson.Continue reading “French Tout, Tous, Toute, Toutes – Mini French Lesson”

French TOUT and How to Pronounce TOUS

👉 Scroll down to watch Jennifer’s video lesson on TOUT 👈 How to use the different forms of TOUT in French There are so many different ways to use TOUT, TOUS, TOUTE, TOUTES.  Sometimes you pronounce the S on TOUS, and other times you don’t.  Test yourself with my mini-lesson on this grammar topic. ToutContinue reading “French TOUT and How to Pronounce TOUS”

French Subordinating Conjunctions List

French Subordinating Conjunctions List à condition quesubjunctive on the condition that à moins quesubjunctive unless afin quesubjunctive so that au cas oùindicative in case aussitôt queindicative as soon as bien quesubjunctive although dans la mesure oùindicative given that d’autant plus queindicative especially given that de peur quesubjunctive for fear that depuis queindicative since dès queindicativeContinue reading “French Subordinating Conjunctions List”

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”

French Faire Expressions

FAIRE is often used with sports and housework, but also with many other idiomatic expressions.  Notice how the English translation doesn’t always translate to DO or MAKE. CONJUGATE THE VERB FAIRE IN 11 TENSES  faire du volley to play volleyball faire du foot to play soccer faire du golf to golf faire du vélo toContinue reading “French Faire Expressions”

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