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In This Issue

• Translating Verb Conjugations

• Ç (c cédille)

• Moi non plus

• Premier rendez-vous (listening practice)

• Going to Montpellier (writing challenge)

• un atout - Mot du jour

Translating French verb conjugations

French and English have a number of important differences in verb tenses and moods, which can make translating all the different conjugations from one language to the other a bit tricky. Here's what to keep in mind when translating French verb conjugations into English.

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French cedilla

The little hook added under the letter c in French is a diacritical mark known as a cedilla, une cédille: ç. The letter c with the hook is called c cédille.

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Moi non plus

Being able to use the French expression moi non plus correctly is a big plus.

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Very fun and funny video about a young man hoping for a perfect first date. (Listening level: C1)


Practice your French translation and writing skills with this B1-level writing challenge:

Going to Montpellier

Note: You must be logged into your Progress with Lawless French account to do this exercise. If you don't have one, sign up - it's free!

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

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

• French vocab for Mardi Gras (5 March)

French holidays and celebrations