Lyrics Les filles d’aujourd’hui, Joyce Jonathan
Listen to the song and drag the missing French words. This is an easy version of the exercise. It consists of the first two verses of the song and the chorus.
It’s a great vocabulary exercise in describing people as it uses lots of interesting adjectives used in everyday French.
You should also pay attention to the liaison (la liaison in French) that is quite a distinctive feature of the French language. You should, no …, you must use the liaison while speaking French as it makes your speech more fluent and native like. It is true whatever the language by the way.
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Essential French Verbs
Each language has its number of the most important words. Their usefulness is related to their meaning and their frequency. Here we will concentrate on 10 essential French verbs. These are:
I already wrote a post about the essential French verbs a while ago, so if you want refresh your memory on the translation and the example sentences with there words, you may read the post here.
This test is a compilation of different sorts of questions. You will see a drag and drop question, fill in the blanks and a multiple choice questions. I hope it will help you improve you vocabulary.
Basic French Test For Travellers
The summer holiday is coming and maybe you are planing to visit France.
Even though France is a great, multicultural country, speaking English with the locals is far from being the reality.
That is why I invite you to check your knowledge of some basic expressions and and words in French that are essential before visiting this country.
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Knowing the names of countries in French is essential for a beginner. Not only will it allow you to speak about yourself properly, but also it will let you understand your speaker when they introduce themselves.
In France, especially in big cities like Paris, Mareseille or Nice you will come across people of different origins and nationalities. It will be easier for you to understand them if you know the names of the countries they are coming from.
What you need to know about the names of countries in French is that they normally come with a definite article (masculine or feminine). However, they are often dropped, depending on the context and the sentences in which they are used.
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Here is a simple lesson on French personal pronouns.
There are more personal pronouns in French than there are in English. Their use is quite interesting. Read about their use and do the interactive exercises below.
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