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In This Issue

• Verbs to Know: savoir, connaître, ignorer

• 1st Person Plural Pronouns and Adjectives


• Si clauses - First Conditional

• Quiz: Airport Vocab

• le troc - Mot du jour

• Holidays and Events

Savoir vs connaître - to know

Do you know how to say "know" in French? There are two verbs with distinct meanings, and just to keep things interesting, there are also two overlapping meanings. Confused? Here's all you need to know.

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Nous nôtre nôtres - French pronouns

Learn how to use first person plural French pronouns and adjectives including nous, le nôtre, and nos.

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French if then clauses

The first conditional is an if-then proposition that talks about a likely situation: if something happens (the condition), then something else happens (the result). The first conditional is constructed similarly in French and English and can be further divided into three subcategories.

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Test yourself on vocabulary related to travel À l'aéroport, or review the vocab list.

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

Useful expressions:

• bonne fête

• faire le pont

• Vive la France !

French holidays and celebrations