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  • Expressions with chercher
  • Sur - Preposition
  • Yabla French Videos - Sale
  • T'inquiète !
  • Merci de vs merci pour
  • Prepositions of Place Quiz
  • épuisé - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Chercher Expressions

French expressions with chercher
The French verb chercher, "to look for," is found in many essential and idiomatic expressions, including to be spoiling for a fight, complicate an issue, and fumble for something. Learn these and dozens of other French expressions featuring chercher.


French preposition sur
The preposition sur is often equivalent to "on" but has many other possible translations.

Yabla French Videos

Yabla French videos
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T'inquiète !

Don't know what the French expression t'inquiète means? Don't worry!

Merci de vs merci pour

Merci pour or merci de
When naming something that you're thankful for, there's a bit of grammar involved. Depending on what the thing actually is, you must choose between two prepositions.

Où est Charlie ? Prepositions of Place Quiz

Où est Charlie?
Test yourself on French prepositions of place with Où est Charlie ?, or review the lesson.
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FluentU French videos
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Mot du jour

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

Holidays and events

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

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