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  • Avoir du chien
  • Au cirque : A2-level dictée
  • Feelings
  • Mettre
  • OUIL Pronunciation
  • froisser - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Avoir du chien

Avoir du chien
You'll become more attractive if you read this lesson on the idiomatic French expression avoir du chien.


Feelings - French vocabulary
How are you feeling? Find out how to ask and answer this question in French.

Au cirque - Dictée

Au cirque
Practice your French listening and writing skills with this A2-level dictée:

   Au cirque

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Mettre - to put

Mettre - French verb
The irregular French verb mettre usually means "to put" but has some additional meanings and can also be used pronominally.


French pronunciation
The letter combinations ouil and ouill are pronounced like the oo in "boo" plus a "y" sound - nothing like the French word oui.

Listening Tips

French listening tips
Understanding spoken French is harder for some students than others. But unlike speaking, listening can be done on your own - whenever and wherever you like. Even so, the best way to practice isn't always obvious - here are some tips.

Mot du jour



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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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