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• En vrac

• Manquer

• Regular -er verbs Quiz

• Indefinite Adverbs

• Enchaînement

• DILF / DELF / DALF - Official Proficiency Tests

• marrant - Mot du jour

En vrac

Take a look at this bulk lesson on the French expression en vrac.

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Manquer - to miss

The regular -er French verb manquer means "to miss," which seems straightforward enough, and yet it causes no end of confusion due to a strange turnaround it requires in a certain construction. Don't miss this lesson!

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Test yourself on regular -er French verb conjugations with Mes colocs, or review the lesson.

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French indefinite adverbs

Talking about indefinite concepts can be tricky in a foreign language, yet indefinite adverbs are rarely covered as a specific topic in class. This lesson considers them as a group.

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French enchaînement

Whenever a word ending in a consonant sound is followed by a vowel or h muet, that consonant sound is transferred onto the next word. This is called enchaînement and it's one of the aspects of French pronunciation that can make it difficult to determine where one word ends and the next begins.

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Learn about the official French proficiency tests: DILF, DELF, and DALF.

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Mot du jour - French word of the day

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

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