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  • Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose
  • Irregular -re Verbs
  • Marie en France (A1 dictée)
  • Nominal Adjectives
  • Advent Calendar
  • Wacky Reasons to Learn French
  • un sosie - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

Plus ça change
Resign yourself to the inevitable with the French expression plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose.

Irregular -re Verbs

Irregular French verb conjugations
Even though there are more than 100 irregular -re verbs, you don't have to learn a hundred conjugation tables. Since many of these verbs follow certain patterns, you only need to memorize about 20.

Marie en France - Dictée

Marie en France
Practice your French listening and writing skills with this A1-level dictée:
   Marie en France
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Nominal Adjectives (adjectives used as nouns)

French adjectives used as nouns
In both French and English, many adjectives can be used as nouns as a sort of shorthand to reference what you'd otherwise need an adjective + noun to refer to.

Advent Calendar

French Advent calendar
A tiny French challenge every day until Christmas - translate each seasonal term to reveal an image.

10 Wacky Reasons to Learn French

Wacky reasons to learn French
A light-hearted look at the benefits of learning French.

Mot du jour

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Today's mot du jour is un sosie. Support Lawless French to read the lesson.

Holidays and events

Holidays
Features related to holidays and events in the French-speaking world:
Plus some celebratory expressions:

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