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In This Issue

• Blague à part

• Food

• Decimals

• Singular Nouns

• Mots du jour

• Upcoming Holidays

Blague à part

Blague à part is a useful French expression and that's no joke.

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Food is a necessity, and can also be a source of great pleasure. Being able to talk about French food will come in handy while shopping, dining, traveling, and entertaining friends, so check out this lesson about French food, including the basic food groups and related vocabulary. Bon appétit !

Learn the vocab

French decimals

Learn to understand and pronounce French decimals, and how they are different from English decimals.


Singular French nouns

While most nouns, in both French and English, can be singular or plural, some can only be one or the other - and dozens of these don't "match up" in the two languages. The nouns on this page are singular in French but plural in English.

See the list

Mot du jour - French word of the day

Lawless French offers two different types of mots du jour: one is very basic and free, the other is more detailed and requires a nominal monthly fee.

Check them out

Jours fériés - French public holidays

If you're a French teacher and wish you knew about holiday content in time to prepare lessons and activities, you're in luck! Here's what's coming in the next month.  :-)

• La fête du muguet  (1er mai)

• La fête du travail  (1er mai)