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  • Petit à petit
  • Causative Construction
  • Demonstrative Adjectives Quiz
  • USA
  • Superlative Adverbs
  • la vacherie - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Petit à petit

Petit à petit
Read this lesson on the French expression petit à petit to improve your French, little by little.

Faire - Causative Construction

French causative construction
The causative is a grammatical construction with a lazy subject who, rather than performing some action himself, is making someone or something else do it: to make something happen, to have something done.

Au magasin de déco - Demonstrative Adjectives Quiz

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Test yourself on French demonstrative adjectives with this fill-in-the-blanks exercise:

Au magasin de déco

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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.

Mot du jour

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la vacherie

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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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