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  • Cordon sanitaire
  • Verbs with à
  • Object Pronouns Quiz
  • Plus Pronunciation
  • Nationalities
  • Le jour J
  • une sellette- Mot du jour
  • Mot du jour - Important News
  • Holidays and Events

Cordon sanitaire

Cordon sanitaire
This lesson on the French expression cordon sanitaire doesn't cross the line.

Verbs with à

French verbs with prepositions
A number of French verbs require the preposition à in front of a noun or infinitive.

Object Pronouns Quiz

Test yourself on French object pronouns with this fill-in-the-blanks test:

Une situation embarrassante

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Plus - French pronunciation
The French word plus has a number of different meanings, uses, and even pronunciations.


Nationalities in French
Every country and continent has an adjective that can be used to describe people and things from that place. Those same adjectives can also be used as nouns to refer to people from that place, with one small change in French.

Jour J

Le jour J
The big day is here when you can learn about the French expression le jour J.

Mot du jour

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

Important News

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Holidays and events

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

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