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• Déjà vu

• Demonstrative Adjectives Quiz

• Pharmacy Terms

• Present Tense

• Lequel as Relative Adjective

• fainéant - Mot du jour

• Upcoming Holidays + Events

Déjà vu

If you haven't seen this lesson on the French expression déjà vu, you don't know what you're missing.

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Test yourself on French demonstrative adjectives dans un magasin de vêtements, or review the lesson.

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French pharmacy vocab

If you don't feel well, in France you can often get away with talking to a pharmacist rather than a doctor. Here's some useful vocab for what you might need at the pharmacy.

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The French present tense, also known as the present indicative, is fairly similar to the English simple present, but there are some key differences.

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Relative adjectives are rare in both French and English, as they are found primarily in legal, administrative, and other very formal language. The French relative pronoun lequel creates a link between a preceding antecedent and a following noun.

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Mot du jour - French word of the day

Today's mot du jour is fainéant. Support Lawless French to read the lesson.

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Jours fériés - French public holidays

Advance notice of upcoming holidays, celebrations, and other events with links to related content.

• Soccer vocab (World Cup begins 14 June)

• Bastille Day (14 July)