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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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Body parts+adjective requiring possessive adjective

I know body parts are generally preceded by the definite article. But I've heard that when the body part is qualified by an adjective, thi…

Started by michael rivers in French Grammar

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Reply by George Hunt

Next year and the next year

Hello Next year will bring peace and prosperity for all of us.   THIS MEANS IN 2020. The next year will bring peace and prosperity for a…

Started by Crack1 in French Grammar

1 Nov 6
Reply by George Hunt

chapelle ancienne?

Ancien (-ne) is one of those adjectives that can go before or after the noun, and thereby have a different meaning.  Normally if it precede…

Started by Billy Bosworth in French Grammar

2 Oct 7
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avoir besoin de, avoir besoin des...?

1. Mon chien a peur des chats 2. J'ai besoin d'oeufs If sentence 1 is correct then shouldn't sentence 2 be..."J'ai besoin des oeufs"? Wha…

Started by Joseph K. in French Grammar

5 Aug 8
Reply by George Hunt

Water Glass

I think this is an easy one. We have un verre de vin and un verre à vin, which are a glass of wine and a wine glass, respectively. So, is i…

Started by Dwayne Roberts in French Grammar

5 Aug 3
Reply by George Hunt

apprendre v. enseigner

i just came across this sentence:  Avec ces poupées, on apprend aux filles qu’elles doivent faire attention à leur apparence, à leurs vêtem…

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

1 Aug 3
Reply by George Hunt

the best in the world

quite sure i learned to say "le meilleur X du monde".  but on the internet, i'm hearing "au monde" and never "du monde."  i'm wondering if…

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

2 Aug 3
Reply by George Hunt

The way baronesses are made!

I want to make a title for an article in french that means "The way baronesses are made". I came with "Qu'on fait des baronnes" (short for…

Started by LiXiQing in French Grammar

5 Aug 3
Reply by alan gould

apprendre v. enseigner

i just came across this sentence:  Avec ces poupées, on apprend aux filles qu’elles doivent faire attention à leur apparence, à leurs vêtem…

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

0 Aug 3

The French way of saying leave

French uses several words for leave. It is very confusing for me.  The French words are laisser, partir, se partir, conge, quitter etc. P…

Started by Crack1 in French Grammar

0 Jul 24

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