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• Verbs and Expressions with de / du, de la, des

• Painting Terms

• En avril, ne te découvre pas d'un fil

• Passive Voice

• Quiz: Faire conjugations

• kif-kif - Mot du jour

De vs des

Many French verbs and expressions must be followed by the preposition de - or sometimes du, de la, or des, depending on whether the noun that follows is modified and/or specific.

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French painting terms

For the artists and art lovers out there, here's some French vocabulary related to painting.

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En avril, ne te découvre pas d'un fil

Read this lesson on the French proverb En avril, ne te découvre pas d'un fil before you take off any clothes.

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French passive voice

As seen in this sentence, the passive voice is used to indicate that something is being done to a subject by an agent. It's passive because the subject is being acted upon, rather than acting as in the active voice.

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Test yourself on faire conjugations with Aider à la maison, or review the lesson.

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Today's mot du jour is kif-kif. 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 Passover (19 avril)

• French vocab for Easter (21 avril)

French holidays and celebrations