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• Verb Tense

• Numbers 60-99

• Moi aussi

• Agreement with Subjects

• Possessive Adjectives Quiz

• le sein - Mot du jour

French verb tense

The grammatical term "tense" comes from Latin tempus, meaning "time." So a verb tense refers to the time that the action of a verb occurs. French has three tenses: present, past, and future.

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French numbers

Learn the French numbers and how to count from 60 to 99.

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Moi aussi

Do you think this is a useful French expression? Moi aussi !

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French verb agreement

The three French verb constructions which include some form of être plus a past participle usually require grammatical agreement of the past participle with the subject.

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Test yourself on French possessive adjectives with Où sont mes chaussures ? or review the lesson.

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

Learn a word a day

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

• Ascension Day (30 mai)

Useful expressions:

• bonne fête

• faire le pont

French holidays and celebrations