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(Free LITE version of) French Vocab Games app for iPhone/iPad

Those in their first few years of learning French may like to know that the French Vocab Games app that I have been developing for iPhone h…

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What's your bête noire of French grammar?

Dear all, I'm looking to expand the site's French grammar section so am looking for suggestions of new topics to include. So in a nutshell…

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Cette nuit

Je dois dire que cette nuit j'ai rêvé que j'étais retraité. I must tell you that, last night, I dreamt I was a pensioner. ---------------…

Started by Crack1 in French Grammar

1 Jul 22
Reply by George Hunt

using "de" not "le"

i came across this sentence in a dictionary:  De travail en matière de droits de l'homme est si valorisant.  (Working in human rights is so…

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

8 Jul 18
Reply by George Hunt

"fond" meaning a small quantity

is this a common usage: Il ne lui restait qu'un fond de vin rouge.      He only had a drop of red wine left. 

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

0 Jul 12

"porter" or "se mettre" clothes?

i know "se mettre" for wearing clothes.  is "porter" also commonly used?  

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

0 Jul 12

c'est donné!      it's very cheap!

is this common?  i guess it's an informal way of saying "ce n'est pas cher."

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

1 Jul 11
Reply by George Hunt

porter sur - to be about

the dictionary entry for "porter" included this usage.  i'm familiar with "s'agit de..."  is "porter sur" used in conversation?  the dictio…

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

1 Jul 11
Reply by George Hunt

a partir de ce moment/desormais

can desormais be used to refer to the past?  example: if i refer to something that happened, i would say "a partir de ce moment..." but cou…

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

1 Jul 11
Reply by George Hunt

When you start your car

When you start your car there is the moment the clutch engages. I think there is no single English word for it. Maybe another English wo…

Started by Crack1 in French Grammar

13 Jul 11
Reply by alan gould

le temps que ça vienne

a dictionary had this sentence w its translation: Les gars, vous pourriez détourner le regard le temps que ça vienne?  Look, could you guys…

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

10 Jun 19
Reply by Leesa Johnson

Will I be able to read fluently in French?

Hello I am an older English speaking guy. I am trying to learn to read French history books, and translate some of the pages. At the moment…

Started by Digby Green in French learning / teaching

1 Jun 18
Reply by George Hunt

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