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• Acronyms and Initialisms

• Negative Adjectives

• Tiens

• Agreement of Color Adjectives

• B1 dictée : Départ en vacances

• bosser - Mot du jour

French acronyms

Acronyms and initialisms are abbreviations created by stringing together the first initial of each word in a phrase. Learning some common French acronyms and initialisms can help you make sense of news, political discussions, administration, and more.

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French negative adjectives

French negative adjectives are used to negate or refuse nouns. Like other negative structures, negative adjectives have two parts.

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Tiens !

Hey, here's a lesson on the French interjection tiens.

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French color adjectives

When colors are used as adjectives, they usually need to agree with the nouns they modify in gender and number - but there are some notable exceptions.

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Practice your French listening comprehension with this intermediate-level dictée: Départ en vacances.

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

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