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• Avoir les chevilles qui enflent

• School Vocabulary

• Avoir vs être Quiz

• Ni and ne ... ni ... ni

• Être en train de

• une gosse - Mot du jour

Avoir les chevilles qui enflent

Don't get a swelled head with the French idiom avoir les chevilles qui enflent.

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French school vocabulary

When it's time for school, students and teachers will be glad to know this French vocabulary.

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Test yourself on avoir vs être (French auxiliary verbs) in the passé composé with Un bébé remuant, or review the lesson.

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Ni - French conjunction

French has two closely related negative conjunctions: ni (nor) and ne ... ni ... ni (neither ... nor).

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Le train est en train de cracher une fumée noire

Your French is getting better as you learn about the French expression être en train de.

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

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