There are hundreds of common French first names. Some look just like their English counterparts, others are fairly similar, and still others are uniquely French. These pages include more than 200 of the most popular French names, along with their pronunciation and English equivalents.
Though it's named for the roughly hexagonally shaped country in Western Europe, the French language extends far beyond the borders of France, in myriad and frankly confusing ways.
I'm happy to announce that you can easily share any Lawless French page to your Google Classroom. Just navigate to the page you want to share and click the bottom right icon in the sidebar - the sharing dialog will open and you can choose your classroom.
Love watching French videos but have trouble understanding them? Lawless French Immersion is perfect for independent students who need a bit of help when listening to French.
Whether you're a student or teacher, Le Point du FLE offers a wealth of information about every aspect of French learning and practice, carefully collected and categorized.
Teachers, find hundreds of French lesson plans, worksheets, and activities on a variety of topics, from vocabulary to culture.
French teachers can benefit from specialized tools to help them assign and grade homework, track students' progress, assess classes, and more. Here are my favorite online learning sites that offer dedicated tools and spaces for teachers.
Take your Progress with Lawless French account to the next level with these super study lists that bring together all the lessons on a particular grammar topic.
Eager for a new way to work on your French listening comprehension? Take a look at Yabla French, a subscription site with a massive collection of original videos featuring native speakers to help you learn and practice French at any level.