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• Avoir un petit creux

• Elemental Sounds of French

• Subjunctive Quiz

• Thanksgiving

• Synonyms for non

• Euphonic Adjectives

• la flemme - Mot du jour

Avoir un petit creux

When you're a little hungry for knowledge, this lesson on the French expression avoir un petit creux will hit the spot.

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Elemental sounds of French

If you have trouble with French pronunciation and/or listening comprehension, The 38 Elemental Sounds of French is just what you need: a webinar series by Idahosa Ness. Today only, you can get the master class for French plus 9 other languages (Spanish, German, Italian...) for the price of one.

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Test yourself on French subjunctive conjugations with Changement de programme, or review the lesson.

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French Thanksgiving vocabulary

To my American readers, I hope you had a wonderful holiday surrounded by family and friends. Enjoy your long weekend! :-)

Thanksgiving is an American holiday, but there's no reason you can't talk about it in French - once you learn the relevant vocabulary with this lesson.

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saying no in French

No. No way, not me, on the contrary ... let's face it, just because we have to be negative sometimes doesn't mean we can't be creative, too. Here are some of the many ways to say no in French.

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Euphonic French adjectives

French grammar is sometimes trumped by pronunciation, as in the case of euphonic adjectives. Because French does not like the hiatus created when a word ending with a vowel precedes a word that begins with a vowel or mute h, a few adjectives change their spelling—and thus their pronunciation—for purely euphonic reasons.

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Mot du jour - French word of the day

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

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

• Vendredi fou (23 novembre)

• French vocab for Hanukkah (2 décembre)

French holidays and celebrations