French B2 Level Pronouns and Tenses Translation Exercises

This is a translation exercise which focuses on using different tenses or verbal constructions and pronouns at the B2 level. Look for the answer key at the bottom of this page. Don’t worry if your translations aren’t exactly like mine. Look for essential grammar mistakes rather than choice of vocabulary. Click here to see a translationContinue reading “French B2 Level Pronouns and Tenses Translation Exercises”

French B1 Level Pronouns and Tenses Translation Exercises

This is a translation exercise which focuses on using different tenses or verbal constructions and pronouns at the B1 level. Look for the answer key at the bottom of this page. Don’t worry if your translations aren’t exactly like mine. Look for essential grammar mistakes rather than choice of vocabulary. Click here to see a B2Continue reading “French B1 Level Pronouns and Tenses Translation Exercises”

French Pronouns Top Ten Questions

Simplifying French Pronouns 1.Question:  How can you tell the difference between a DIRECT OBJECT and an INDIRECT OBJECT? Answer:  DIRECT OBJECTS answer the questions WHO? WHAT? QUI? QUOI?Answer:  INDIRECT OBJECTS answer the questions TO WHOM? FOR WHOM? À QUI / POUR QUI? 2.Question:  What are some common verbs that are followed by À and thatContinue reading “French Pronouns Top Ten Questions”

How to use the pronoun EN in French

The French pronoun EN replaces a QUANTITY EN refers to a noun that is introduced by: De / de la / du / des / d’ / un, une or any other numberExpressions of quantity like:  un verre de / un kilo de / une bouteille de..Adverbs of quantity like:  beaucoup de / peu deContinue reading “How to use the pronoun EN in French”

How to use the pronoun Y in French

The French pronoun Y replaces a PLACE  Here are two examples to get started.  You’ve probably seen these and wondered why the Y is there. On y va  – Let’s go (there) Il y a – There is / There are CLICK HERE FOR A LESSON ON THE PRONOUN “EN” 👉Scroll down to watch myContinue reading “How to use the pronoun Y in French”