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  • Neuf vs nouveau
  • Vidéo : Passé composé et imparfait
  • Une bouffée d'air frais quotidienne
  • Le fond de l'air est frais
  • Pâques chez Lise (Future Quiz)
  • Passover Vocabulary
  • Learning and Teaching Online
  • le fard - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Neuf vs Nouveau

Neuf vs nouveau
The French adjectives neuf and nouveau can be tricky for French students because they are both equivalent to "new" but are not interchangeable. Here's a new look at these timeless French foes.

Passé composé vs Imparfait

Passé composé vs imparfait
When talking about the past in French, there are two different tenses that work together: the passé composé and the imparfait. Although English has verb forms that appear to be exact equivalents for each of these, they don't quite match up in the two languages. This video will help you understand when, why, and how to use each French tense.

Une bouffée d'air frais quotidienne

Daily dose of positivity
Get a breath of fresh air every day with the PwLF Daily dose of positivity, featuring heartwarming news, fun features, French tests, and reading / listening / writing exercises. A new post every day!

Note that while all the French exercises and featured here are free, you will need to be logged into your Progress with Lawless French account to access them.

Le fond de l'air est frais

Le fond de l'air est frais
There might be a chill in the air, but read this lesson about the French expression le fond de l'air est frais to be sure.

Pâques chez Lise - Future Quiz

Easter
Test yourself on French future conjugations with this seasonal fill-in-the-blanks quiz:
   Pâques chez Lise
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Passover

French Passover vocabulary
The Jewish festival of Passover lasts for seven or eight days sometime in March or April. It begins on the 15th of Nisan, the first month in the Hebrew calendar.

Online Learning and Teaching

Teaching French online
Learning and teaching online is more popular than ever - even if this trend isn't totally by choice. French students have a wide range of resources to choose from, while teachers can benefit from specialized tools to help them assign and grade homework, track students' progress, assess classes, and more. Here are my favorite online learning sites that offer dedicated tools and spaces for teachers.

Mot du jour

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

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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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