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  • Les Anglais sont arrivés
  • Au restaurant de la plage (B2 dictée)
  • 3rd Personal Plural Pronouns and Adjectives
  • Encore vs Toujours
  • Airport
  • caler - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Les Anglais sont arrivés

Les Anglais sont arrivés
The familiar and somewhat old-fashioned French expression les Anglais sont arrivés is a euphemistic way to refer to a subject often considered taboo.

Au Restaurant de la plage - Dictée

Restaurant de la plage
Practice your French listening comprehension with this B2-level dictée:

Au Restaurant de la plage

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Pronouns and Adjectives: 3rd Person Plural

Ils elles leurs - French pronouns
Learn how to use third person plural French pronouns and adjectives including ils, elles, and leur.

Encore vs Toujours

Encore vs toujours
What's the difference between encore and toujours? They're both adverbs of frequency and have similar but not interchangeable meanings - at least most of the time.


French airport vocabulary
If there's anything worse than having to spend time at the airport, it's having to spend time at the airport when you don't speak the local language. Sure, most airport employees speak another language or two, but you'll still be better off if you have these key words and phrases in your pocket. Bon voyage !

Mot du jour

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

Holidays and events

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

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