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  • Passer - to pass, go by
  • Les truffes
  • Vendredi treize
  • Writing Tips and Ideas
  • E instable
  • peler - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Passer - to pass, go by

Passer - French verb
The regular -er French verb passer usually means "to pass" and may require either être or avoir as its auxiliary verb in compound tenses/moods, depending on how it's used.

Truffes

Les truffes
Parmi tous les délices français, la Tuber melanosporum, surnommée la truffe du Périgord, est sans doute le plus savoureux - et le plus cher.

Vendredi treize

Le vendredi treize
Bad luck or just another day? Find out in this lesson on the French expression vendredi treize.

E instable

French silent e
In many words the letter e is potentially silent, a characteristic which has three French names: e caduc, e instable, and e muet. Though e muet is the most common term, e instable is the most accurate.

Writing Tips and Ideas

French writing tips
Check out these tips to help you improve your French writing skills and some ideas for putting them into practice.

Progress with Lawless French

Progress with Lawless French
Progress with Lawless French is an adaptive, test-driven French learning system that will help you learn more efficiently with personalized kwizzes, writing challenges, and dictées.

Mot du jour

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peler

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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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