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  • Mauvais vs Mal
  • Top 10 Verbs
  • Quand le chat n'est pas là ...
  • De l'importance de dire « bonjour »
  • Dictées (for all levels)
  • invraisemblable - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Mauvais vs Mal

Mauvais vs mal
The French words mauvais and mal can be tricky for French students because they both belong to three different parts of speech and have similar meanings. If you have a poor understanding of the difference, it wouldn't be a bad idea to read this lesson.

Top 10 Verbs

French grammar
Here are the 10 most common and useful French verbs, with example sentences and the full set of simple and compound conjugations.

Quand le chat n'est pas là, les souris dansent !

Quand le chat n'est pas là, les souris dansent
Whether you consider yourself a cat or a mouse, the French proverb quand le chat n'est pas là, les souris dansent might come in handy.

De l'importance de dire « bonjour »

De l'importance de dire bonjour
En France il est vital de toujours dire bonjour, en premier, avant de dire quoi que ce soit d’autre.

Dictées at PwLF

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Mot du jour



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Holidays and events

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

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