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• Suffix -ée

• Pronommeur

• Rugby Terms

• Du tout

• Possessive à

• Être Quiz

• vivoter - Mot du jour

• Holidays and Events: Le vendredi treize


French suffix -ée

The French suffix -ée is added to nouns or verbs to make new nouns, which are usually feminine. It can add one of any number of meanings to the word.

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In the grand tradition of The Subjunctivisor, here's an interactive tool that will help you determine what kind of French pronoun you might be dealing with.

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French rugby terms

On Saturday, France defeated Argentina 23 to 21 in an exciting Rugby World Cup match. Here's some French vocabulary to help you get the most out of any rugby matches you might watch or play.

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Du tout

Is the French expression du tout difficult to use? Not at all!

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French possessive à

To emphasize to whom something belongs, you can use the possessive à in one of three constructions.

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Test yourself on present tense être conjugations with Perdu en ville, or review the verb tables.

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

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Features related to holidays and events in the French-speaking world, plus some celebratory expressions:

• bonne fête

• faire le pont

• Vive la France !

French holidays and celebrations