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  • USA
  • Superlative Adverbs
  • Tous les trente-six du mois
  • Halloween Fun
  • Expressions with mauvais
  • Depuis vs Il y a
  • taler - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

United States (of America)

US states in French
Though les États-Unis (d'Amérique) is the proper translation, the French often just say les USA. Likewise, most states keep their names in French, while a few undergo slight Frenchification. And of course, being nouns, they have gender in French.

Superlative Adverbs

French superlatives
Superlative adverbs are used to profess absolute superiority or inferiority among two or more things. This superlative lesson will help you be the best at using them.

Tous les trente-six du mois

Tous les trente-six du mois
If you wait until the 36th of the month to learn about the French expression tous les trente-six du mois, it'll never happen.

La nuit d'Halloween Quiz

Halloween French
Test yourself on French vocabulary for Halloween with this fill-in-the-blanks test:

La nuit d'Halloween

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Le soir d'Halloween - Dictée

Le soir d'Halloween dictée
Try this fun Halloween-themed dictée to practice your French listening comprehension:

Le soir d'Halloween

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Mauvais Expressions

French expressions with mauvais
The French word mauvais can be an adjective or noun and is found in many expressions. Learn how to say unhealthy, faulty connection, bad seed, and more with this list of expressions with mauvais.

Depuis vs Il y a

Depuis vs Il y a
When talking about something that happened in the past, the correct verb tense isn't always enough - sometimes you need a temporal expression to state just when it happened. The most common French temporal expressions are depuis and il y a, and they are not interchangeable.

Mot du jour



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Holidays and events

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

Plus some celebratory expressions:

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