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  • Unisex Nouns
  • Third Conditional - Si Clauses
  • Quelle mouche t'a piqué ?
  • Quiz: Relative Pronouns
  • Nice, France
  • un détournement - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Unisex Nouns

French unisex nouns
One of the first - and possibly worst - things French students learn is that all nouns have a gender, either masculine or feminine. The good news is more than 100 can be either - though they may tend toward one gender or the other.

Si Clauses: Third Conditional

French si clauses
The third conditional is an if-then proposition that expresses an impossible situation: if something had happened (the condition), then something else would have happened (the result). The condition is expressed with the past perfect, and the impossible result is indicated with the conditional perfect.

Quelle mouche t'a piqué ?

quelle-mouche-ta-piques
Something bothering you? Read this lesson on the idiomatic French expression Quelle mouche t'a piqué ? to figure it out.

Nice, France

Baie des Anges, Nice
French reading comprehension: Nice est la cinquième plus grande ville française par sa population et elle accueille plus de 4 millions de touristes chaque année. Il y a beaucoup de raisons de visiter cette ville séduisante.

Relative Pronouns Quiz

Doctor
Test yourself on French relative pronouns in this fill-in-the-blanks exercise:

   Un métier extraordinaire

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Mot du jour

mot-du-jour-typewriters

un détournement

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Holidays and events

Holidays
Features related to upcoming holidays and events in the French-speaking world.

Plus some celebratory expressions:

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