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  • Bon Expressions
  • Devoir vs Falloir
  • Voir, c'est croire
  • Rien n'est parfait (music video)
  • EIL / EILL Pronunciation
  • enfin - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Bon Expressions

French expressions with bon
The French word bon can be an adjective or noun and is found in many expressions. Learn how to say cheap, healthy, hearty eater, and more with this list of expressions with bon.

Devoir vs Falloir

Devoir vs falloir - French verbs
Devoir and falloir are fairly synonymous, but these two French verbs are not interchangeable. Their meanings are slightly different, and they each have additional meanings, depending on how they're used.

Voir, c'est croire

Voir c'est croire
Seeing is believing in this lesson on the French proverb Voir, c'est croire.

EIL and EILL

EIL - French pronunciation
The letter combinations eil (at the end of a word) and eill (almost anywhere) have no English equivalent.

Rien n'est parfait, de Tal

Rien n'est parfait
Liven up your French practice with a catchy song! This music video includes interactive subtitles (click any word for translation and more).

Mot du jour

mot-du-jour-typewriters
Today's mot du jour is enfin. Support Lawless French to read the lesson.

Holidays and events

Holidays
Features related to upcoming holidays and events in the French-speaking world.

Plus some celebratory expressions:

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