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”

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 Relative Pronoun Lesson – CE QUI – CE QUE – CE DONT

CE QUI – CE QUE – CE DONT 👉 Scroll to the bottom of this post to watch my video tutorial and take a quiz 👈 CE QUI, CE QUE and CE DONT are like the relative pronouns QUI, QUE, and DONT. They introduce dependent clauses. A dependent clause is one that has a subjectContinue reading “French Relative Pronoun Lesson – CE QUI – CE QUE – CE DONT”

French Relative Pronouns Lesson: QUI – QUE – OÙ – DONT

QUI – QUE – OÙ – DONT 👉 Scroll to the bottom of this post to watch my video tutorial and take a quiz 👈 What is a relative pronoun? These words are used to link a dependent clause to a main clause. A dependent clause is a group of words with a subject andContinue reading “French Relative Pronouns Lesson: QUI – QUE – OÙ – DONT”

French Relative Composed Pronouns Lesson – LEQUEL – AUQUEL – DUQUEL

LEQUEL, AUQUEL and DUQUEL are much like the relative pronouns QUI, QUE and DONT and CE QUE, CE QUI, CE DONT meaning they introduce dependent clauses. A dependent clause is one that has a subject and a verb, but it needs to be connected to a main clause to form a complete sentence. Relative pronouns are the words thatContinue reading “French Relative Composed Pronouns Lesson – LEQUEL – AUQUEL – DUQUEL”

Level B2 – French Relative Pronoun DONT

This is a comprehensive lesson on the French relative pronoun DONT for upper-intermediate B2 level learners.  This advanced level lesson includes a grammar video tutorial (scroll down to watch) in which I explain rules and show you plenty of examples so you can see how this pronoun is used in context. I will guide you through a 24Continue reading “Level B2 – French Relative Pronoun DONT”

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