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• Au pif

• Pronominal Verbs

• Adverbs of Frequency Quiz

• Present Participle as Adjective and Noun

• À vs de with Verbs

• Jucher - Mot du jour

Au pif

Don't use guesswork - read this lesson to learn how to use the French idiom au pif.

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Ils se sont mariés - French pronominal verbs

The grammatical term "pronominal" means "relating to a pronoun." You know that conjugated verbs (almost) always need a subject pronoun, but pronominal verbs need a reflexive pronoun as well.

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Test yourself on French adverbs of frequency with Faites-vous du sport ?, or review the lesson.

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French present participle

When used as a noun or adjective, the present participle follows the same agreement rules as other nouns and adjectives, and some verbs have a different present participle conjugation for these usages.

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À vs de

The prepositions à and de are found in many verbal constructions that look very similar, but the choice of preposition makes all the difference.

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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 jucherSupport 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

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