Bien sûr

Bien sûr
You should click the title to read this lesson on the essential French expression bien sûr, of course.

Personal Pronouns

French personal pronounsPersonal pronouns have different forms to match the different grammatical persons they replace. There are five kinds of French personal pronouns, some of which are identical, which can make it tricky to grasp which is which.



Past Participle

French past participleThe past participle is essential in the creation of compound verb tenses/moods and the passive voice, and it can also be used as an adjective.



Deliberate Practice

Deliberate French practicePractice makes perfect. These simple words, so ubiquitous and readily accepted that you’ve probably never given them much thought, only tell part of the story.



French elisionAn elision is a type of contraction that occurs when two words are combined: one or more letters are dropped and replaced with an apostrophe. In French, written elisions are required, regardless of the register you're speaking or writing in.


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