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  • Bon vs Bien
  • Verb Mood
  • Crêpe Day
  • Voir le jour
  • Imperfect Quiz
  • Me and te
  • la sape - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Bon vs Bien

Bon vs bien
The French words bon and bien can be tricky for French students because they both belong to three different parts of speech (adjectives, adverbs, nouns) and have similar meanings. This is a good lesson that will get you well on your way to understanding the difference.

Verb Mood

French verb mood
Verb mood is all about the 'tude; that is, the speaker's attitude about the verb, whether it's a fact, an opinion, a command, or a possibility.

Chandeleur, Jour des crêpes

Crêpe Day
La Chandeleur, le 2 février, est une fête catholique qui commémore la purification de la Vierge Marie et la présentation de l'enfant Jésus. En France, elle s'appelle également la Fête de la Lumière et le jour des crêpes.

Voir le jour

Voir le jour
This lesson on the French expression voir le jour has just come into existence.

Vacances au ski - Imperfect Quiz

Test yourself on French imperfect conjugations with this fill-in-the-blanks quiz:

Vacances au ski

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Me and te

Me and te - French pronouns
The French pronouns me and te are both three different types of pronouns, with different purposes and translations.

Mot du jour

Today's mot du jour is la sape. 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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