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 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”

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”

French Passé Composé – Être and Avoir – Mini Lesson

👉 Scroll down to watch my mini-lesson and to hear all examples read and explained 👈 This is a mini lesson on the passé composé with both être and avoir as helping verbs.  Let’s do an exercise together to see how well you know the passé composé rules.   TOMBER – TO FALL 👉 Elle _____Continue reading “French Passé Composé – Être and Avoir – Mini Lesson”

French Demonstrative Adjectives – Mini French Lesson

👉 Scroll down to watch my mini-lesson on this grammar topic 👈 For each of the following, fill in the blanks. with the correct form of CE, CET, CETTE or CES. Refer to my complete lesson if you need to learn the rules that apply to this mini-lesson. 👉 J’adore _____ gâteau au chocolat. 👉Continue reading “French Demonstrative Adjectives – Mini French Lesson”

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”

Falloir, Devoir, Pronouns – Mini French Lesson

TRANSLATE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE USING THE VERB DEVOIR IN THE PRESENT TENSE: 👉 He has to leave the house now. You have two options when translating this sentence to French. 👉 Il doit partir de la maison maintenant. 👉 Il doit quitter la maison maintenant. It is important to notice that the verb partir isContinue reading “Falloir, Devoir, Pronouns – Mini French Lesson”

Il faut – Mini French Lesson

FALLOIR = TO NEED The verb falloir can be used in many different ways. Get the comprehensive lesson here. In this mini lesson, we’ll talk about how to express need by using this verb. You can still use avoir besoin de to mean need, but you’ll sound much more French if you use falloir! WhenContinue reading “Il faut – Mini French Lesson”

Être, Aller, Avoir, Faire – Mini French Lesson

Fill in the blanks with the correct form of être, aller, avoir, or faire. (click the link for conjugation charts with pronunciation) 👉 J(e) __________ mal à la tête. 👉 My head hurts. 👉 J’ai mal à la tête. (avoir) 👉 Je __________ souvent du vélo. 👉 I often ride bikes. 👉 Je fais souventContinue reading “Être, Aller, Avoir, Faire – Mini French Lesson”

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