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  • Histoire de la Chandeleur
  • Aller - to go
  • Lawless French Immersion
  • À la Chandeleur, l’hiver cesse ou prend vigueur
  • Possessive Adjectives Quiz
  • Cher journal (Listening Practice)
  • un régal - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Histoire de la Chandeleur

La Chandeleur
In France, the second day of the second month is called La Chandeleur. Learn about the history of this holiday and how it relates to crêpes.

Aller - to go

Aller - to go - French verb
Aller is one of the most common and useful French verbs and has irregular conjugations in most tenses and moods. Aller literally means "to go" and is required to create the near future.

Lawless French Immersion

Lawless French Immersion
Love watching French videos but have trouble understanding them? Lawless French Immersion is perfect for independent students who need a bit of help when listening to French.

À la Chandeleur, l'hiver cesse ou prend vigueur

À la Chandeleur, l'hiver cesse ou prend vigueur
Find out whether spring has arrived with the French expression à la Chandeleur, l'hiver cesse ou prend vigueur.

Possessive Adjectives Quiz: L'anniversaire de Thomas

L'anniversaire de Thomas
Test yourself on French possessive adjectives with this fill-in-the-blanks exercise:

   L'anniversaire de Thomas

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Cher journal

Cher journal
Listen to this diary entry about a typical Monday to practice your beginning-level listening comprehension.

Mot du jour

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un régal

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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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