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Negation in French from A to Z

Negation is not particularly difficult in French, but there are some rules that should be remembered. However, it becomes more complicated with passé composé. Let’s take a look together! The basic rules of negation in French The negation in French in the present tense has the following basic structure: ➠ SUBJECT + NE + VERB […]

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The preposition “à” in French

First of all, remember what a preposition is, it’s not very complicated. Prepositions are words that indicate relationships between different elements in a sentence. They help us understand where something is, how something is done, when something happens or the relationships between people or things. In English, they are, for example, “on”, “of”, “to”… The

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Utiliser “être” ou “avoir” avec le passé composé ?

Vous n’arrivez toujours pas à décider si vous devez utiliser “être” ou “avoir” dans le passé composé ? Nous vous donnerons tous les conseils nécessaires pour que vous n’ayez aucun doute ! Un peu de lecture pour commencer J’ai invité les copains à venir à la maison cet après-midi pour jouer aux cow-boys. Ils sont

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The Reflexive Verbs (se laver, se brosser…)

Reflexive pronouns are pronouns used with reflexive verbs. Do you remember? “se laver, se réveiller…” Reflexive verbs describe what a person does for him/herself, meaning that it reflects the action of the verb back on the subject (the subject and the object are the same). The structure is always the same for all reflexive verbs,

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Du/Des/De l’/De la, les articles partitifs

There are four types of partitive articles in French, du, de la , de l’, and des, which are used to specify unknown quantities. And they correspond to ‘some’ or ‘a little’. Choosing which one to use depends on gender, number, and the first letter of the noun that follows. Qu’est-ce que vous voulez manger

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