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• Plural Nouns

• Il y a

• I'm in Paris / Private Lesson Offer

• Passé composé vs Imparfait Quiz

• À la rigueur

• revendiquer - Mot du jour

• Upcoming Holidays + Events

Plural 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 plural in French but singular in English.

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Il y a une coccinelle

There are few expressions more useful than il y a, the French equivalent of "there is/are" and "ago."

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Eiffel Tower

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Test yourself on passé composé vs imparfait with Dimanche à Chartres, or review the lesson.

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À la rigueur

It will take you five minutes to read this lesson on the French expression à la rigueur, six at most.

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Mot du jour - French word of the day

Today's mot du jour is revendiquer. 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)

• Fête de la musique (21 June)

• Bastille Day (14 July)