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  • Vidéo : Daft Punk n'est plus
  • Dans - preposition
  • Il y a quelque chose qui cloche
  • Inversion with Nouns
  • Subjunctive Quiz
  • déblayer - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Daft Punk n'est plus

Daft Punk
The famous French electronic music duo has announced the end of their 28-year collaboration. Learn more in this video with interactive subtitles.


Dans - French preposition
The preposition dans usually means "in," but as always there are exceptions. Dans can't be followed directly by a noun - it's always followed by some kind of determiner, such as an article or possessive adjective.

Il y a quelque chose qui cloche

Il y a quelque chose qui cloche
There's nothing wrong with this lesson on the French expression il y a quelque chose qui cloche.

Subjunctive Quiz: À la bibliothèque

Test yourself on the French subjunctive with this fill-in-the-blanks exercise:

   À la bibliothèque

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Inversion with Nouns

French inversion
Inversion is not limited to pronouns - it can also be done with nouns and proper names, though this is a bit more complicated.

Catty French Expressions

Catty French Expressions
Idiomatic expressions can add color to your French - or in this case, a cute animal. Click the links for detailed lessons including sound files and usage examples.

Beyond Lawless French

Lawless French
I put everything I can into this site, but some other sites offer extraordinary features far beyond what I am capable of creating myself. I have partnered with two of them to create co-branded versions in order to bring their special features to my readers.

Mot du jour



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Holidays and events

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

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