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  • Mettre les pieds dans le plat
  • Aller + Infinitive = Near Future
  • B1 Writing Challenge: Trip to Paris
  • Chercher Lesson
  • Second Person Singular Pronouns and Adjectives
  • inopiné - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Mettre les pieds dans le plat

Mettre les pieds dans le plat
Learn the French idiom mettre les pieds dans le plat so that you don't put your feet anywhere they don't belong.

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Aller - Near Future

French near future
You can explain what will happen in the near future with the construction aller + infinitive; for example, L'avion va atterrir ici - "The plane is going to land here."

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Trip to Paris - Writing Challenge

Practice your French translation and writing skills with this B1-level writing challenge:

Trip to Paris

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Chercher - to look for

Chercher - French verb
The regular -er French verb chercher generally means "to look for" something or "to try to" do something.

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Pronouns and Adjectives: 2nd Person Singular

Tu te toi - French pronouns
Learn how to use second person singular French pronouns and adjectives including tu, te, and toi.

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Mot du jour

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

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Holidays and events

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

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