The French preposition par
generally means "by," "through," or "per."
If you want to learn French by reading lessons and then taking lots of quizzes, this is the French book for you. Topics range from greetings and holiday wishes to parts of speech and verb conjugations, and there are tons of practice exercises throughout.
A tiny French challenge every day until Christmas - translate each seasonal term to open a door.
Any difficulties you have because of the French expression à cause de
will be banished with this lesson.
Les liaisons dangereuses
is an epistolary novel written in 1782. Read the opening paragraphs, in French and English.
A classic way to practice your language skills is by translating passages from one language to another. Take a look at this selection of resources and put your translation skills to work, in both directions.
Nursery rhymes aren't just for kids - the simple, often repetitive lyrics set to music can be a great source of beginning listening practice.
World Cup, European Championship, Saturday morning at the park ... whenever and wherever you watch or play soccer / football, this French vocab can help you out.
Don't go crazy this Friday with the non-standard French expression Vendredi fou
Thanksgiving is an American holiday, but there's no reason you can't talk about it in French - once you learn the relevant vocabulary with this lesson.