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In This Issue

• Prepositions of Place

• Agreement with Direct Objects (avoir verbs)

• C'est pas de la tarte

• Conjunctions

• Ma journée au parc (present tense quiz)

• polémique - Mot du jour

French prepositions

Prepositions of place indicate the location of someone or something in relation to another someone or something.

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French verb agreement

Most French verbs are conjugated with avoir as their auxiliary verb in compound tenses and moods, and therefore do not require agreement with their subjects. But avoir verbs do need agreement in a very specific construction: the past participle must agree with the direct object when it precedes the verb.

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C'est pas de la tarte

It's easier than you think you use the French idiom c'est pas de la tarte.

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One of the eight parts of speech, conjunctions are used as connectors between grammatically related words or phrases. There are two kinds of conjunctions, depending on whether that relationship is equal or unequal.

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Test yourself on French present tense conjugations with Ma journée au parc, or review the lesson.

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French dictée

Practice French listening comprehension, writing, and spelling at the same time with dictées from PwLF.

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Mot du jour - French word of the day

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

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Jours fériés - French public holidays

Features related to upcoming holidays and events in the French-speaking world:

French holidays