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Une grille simple et très pratique. Garde-la, elle te sera utile. #frenchlessons

Une grille simple et très pratique. Garde-la, elle te sera utile. #frenchlessons

“Phrasal verbs” are small phrases composed of a verb and adverb or preposition. The meaning of a phrasal verb is usually entirely different than the words may suggest; this tends to cause people learning English as a second language to want to pull their hair out. The good news about phrasals?  Often the meaning can be determined by the subject of conversation.

8 important phrasal verbs of movement [infographic] Phrasals are phfun! These little nuggets have no rules and simply develop through use within the English language. Here are eight phrasal verbs based on movement.

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Je comprends maintenant ce que voulait me dire mon prof d’anglais #frenchlessonsfunny

Je comprends maintenant ce que voulait me dire mon prof d’anglais #frenchlessonsfunny

18 Common Words & What You Can Use Instead

Educational infographic & data visualisation 18 common Words & What You Can Use Instead (Infographic)… Infographic Description 18 common Words & What You Can Use Instead (Infographic) – Infographic Source – -

Verbes conjugués avec être

There are 16 verbs in French that require être rather than avoir in the passé compose. Sometimes there is a passé. Passé uses être to talk about physically passing by something. These irregular verbs also must agree in gender and in number.

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The Pronoun Subjects in French Je : I There is no capital letter: je (only when it is the first word of the sentence) Je before a verb starting with. Not sure the meaning ofn"on" is clear enough but love the placement of it.

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