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• Solo Speaking Practice

• Irma in Guadeloupe

• Teachers: French Study Groups

• Omitting Auxiliary Verbs

• Mettre de l'eau dans son vin

• PwLF Sale

Can't find anyone to practice speaking French with? All is not lost - here are some ideas and tips for independent speaking practice.

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In early September 2017, Hurricane Irma destroyed several Caribbean islands and affected many others. Guadeloupe, where I live, was one of them.

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French StudyGroups

By organizing students into StudyGroups, teachers can review their Progress with Lawless French stats, both individually and collectively.

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French auxiliary verbs

By definition, compound tenses and moods require an auxiliary verb plus past participle. However, when using two or more compound conjugations with the same subject, you don't always need to include the auxiliary verb for each one.

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Mettre de l'eau dans son vin

Tone it down with the French expression mettre de l'eau dans son vin.

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