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Mastering French Fluency: The Power of Learning with Dialogues

French Fluency Are you struggling to achieve fluency in French despite hours of textbook study and grammar drills? Do you find it challenging to understand native French speakers when they converse at their natural pace? If so, it might be time to incorporate dialogues into your language learning journey. In this blog post, we’ll explore

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La tradition du poisson d’avril en France

La tradition du poisson d’avril Parallèlement à Pâques, les enfants français suivent les traditions du poisson d’avril au printemps. Le 1er avril, les gens utilisent des poissons en papier pour faire un poisson d’avril. Il s’agit de coller un poisson en papier sur le dos d’autant d’adultes que possible. Et de s’enfuir ensuite en criant

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celui qui celui que

celui qui celui que Celui / celle / ceux /celles… qui/que : demonstrative pronouns followed by que/qui   singulier pluriel masculin Celui ceux féminin celle celles These demonstrative pronouns can be followed by a relative pronoun to introduce a clause. Exercice 1 Je n’aime pas ces chaussures, je préfère ___________________ tu portes. Non, je ne veux pas ce pull-là mais __________________

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French adverb formation

La formation des adverbes en -ment Generally: Adj in the feminine                         +                      -ment seule    → seulement régulière    → régulièrement If the adjective ends with a vowel (-i, -é, -u) Adj in the masculine                      +                      -ment vrai   → vraiment If the adjective ends in –ant or -ent, the suffix for the

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