Pronoms: Y ou EN (Level A)

 1) Y refers to a previously mentioned or implied place; it is normally translated by “there” in English. Are you going to the bank today? No, I’m going (there) tomorrow. Tu vas à la banque aujourd’hui ? Non, j’y vais demain. We’re going to the store. Do you want to go (there)? Nous allons au magasin. Tu veux … Read more

Asking questions and review verbs (Level A1)

How to ask a question for which the answer is OUI or NON? Exemple: Do you speak French? (formal or plural)—> EST-CE QUE vous parlez francais? Oui, je parle francais. Does your friend like traveling?—> EST-CE QUE ton ami aime voyager? Oui, mon ami aime voyager. Do your friends like watching TV?—> EST-CE QUE tes … Read more

Present Tense – summary and practices (Level A and +)

Review of verbs in the present tense For more verbs and use online verb conjugator   Exercise 1   Exercise 2   Exercise 3 Make one sentence using the following verbs: DEVOIR (Must) – POUVOIR (can) – VENIR (to come) –  PRENDRE (to take) – VOIR ( to see) – DESCENDRE (to go down) // … Read more

French Grammar review “Les pronoms” (All levels)

French grammar – Review French – Practice French Online   Les pronoms remplacent des noms, des groupes nominaux, et parfois des propositions. – des pronoms personnels – des pronoms démonstratifs – des pronoms possessifs – des pronoms interrogatifs – des pronoms relatifs Pronoms personnels Sujets : je, tu, il, elle, nous, vous, ils, elles COD … Read more

Use of past tense in French – Talking about a trip (A2 and +)

Reading Comprehension – practice   Conversation Describe the activities (places, time, ..) taking place during the weekend in Normandie – see itinerary  below Grammar – conjugate in the past tense (passe compose) Listening comprehension Listen to the following conversation and report what he does   ______________________________ Submit answers or contact a French tutor for more … Read more

Expressing nuances with subjunctive, conditional and future (Levels B1 and +)

Use of subjunctive The subjunctive is used mostly with verbs or adverbs expressing desire, doubt, or eventuality; it may also express an order. It is almost always preceded by the conjunction que (that). Ex: Il faut que nous partions // Tu preferes qu’il vienne Note: it is possible to replace the conjugated subjunctive form with indicative … Read more

Connectors in French – Listening comprehension (Level A2 and +)

1) Review connectors in French – Expression cause, consequence, and objectives 2) Exercise: Select the right connectors in the following text Register to access the practice and receive feedback

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