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• Falloir Expressions

• DALF C2 Tips

• Au fur et à mesure

• N

• 38 Elemental Sounds of French

French expressions with falloir

The impersonal French verb falloir literally means "to be necessary" or "to need" and is used in many idiomatic expressions. Learn how to say far from it, that's more than we need, it takes all kinds, and more with this list of expressions with falloir.

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The DALF C2 will test you on the four language skills: reading/writing and listening/speaking. Here's what you can expect from this high-level French proficiency test.

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Au fur et a mesure

As you read this lesson, you'll understand the French expression au fur et à mesure.

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French pronunciation

The letter N at the beginning of any word or syllable is pronounced like the English N, except that it is dental rather than alveolar.

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Elemental sounds of French

If you have trouble with French pronunciation and/or listening comprehension, The 38 Elemental Sounds of French is just what you need: a webinar series by Idahosa Ness.

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