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• Impersonal Expressions

• Mot du jour : une pente

• Zodiac Signs

• Mettre sa langue dans sa poche

• Suffix -age

• Teachers/Tutors: French Study Groups

French impersonal expressions

Impersonal expressions consist of an impersonal subject ("it" in English; il or ce in French) and the verb ĂȘtre followed by an adjective: c'est difficile, il est important, etc.

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An interesting word to start a new month.

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Zodiac - French vocabulary

Whether you are really into astrology, enjoy reading your horoscope for a bit of fun, or just want to be able to ask and answer that classic pick-up line, this page on signs of the zodiac can help.

What's your sign?

Mettre sa langue dans sa poche

You don't have to say anything, but you should read this lesson on the French idiom mettre sa langue dans sa poche.

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French suffix -age

The French suffix -age is added to verbs or nouns to make new nouns, which are always masculine.

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French StudyGroups

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

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