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French Grammar Central | Beyond Instinct

French Grammar Central is developed by Robert D. Peckham from University of Tennessee Martin. It is one of the most complete grammar study guides I have ever encountered. French Grammar Central has “nearly 580 links ...
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Comma instead of a decimal point - French Grammar Girl

Comma instead of a decimal point - French Grammar Girl | exploring grammar in French | Scoop.it
In France, the comma and decimal point places are reversed when used in numbers (as contrasted from how they are used in the US). For example, two thousand euros and fifty centièmes is written as 2.000,50.
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Tips for learning the French language - by Maggie Lee - Helium

Tips for learning the French language - by Maggie Lee - Helium | exploring grammar in French | Scoop.it
When someone begins to learn French, most of them can be scared and confused by the complicated French grammar and its bizarre pronunciation.

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French Grammar: Passive Voice | French Language Blog

French Grammar: Passive Voice | French Language Blog | exploring grammar in French | Scoop.it
English grammar is much more flexible than la grammaire française. But that is not necessarily a bad thing for the French language: Here is a good example!
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When you don't need to say “pas” - French Grammar Girl

When you don't need to say “pas” - French Grammar Girl | exploring grammar in French | Scoop.it
You can made a simple present tense sentence negative by writing ne before the verb and pas after it (when ne is before a vowel, it becomes n'). For example: Je ne veux pas y aller. / I don't want to go there.
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