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Comment se faire remarquer pendant une conférence

Hier, j’ai assisté au Louvre à une conférence très intéressante sur l’histoire de la page savante dans l’édition.

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Bon marché

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Here's a very inexpensive - indeed, free! - lesson on the French expression bon marché.
         
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Lettres de mon moulin

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Read the opening paragraphs of Alphonse Daudet's delightful Lettres de mon moulin, in French and English.
         
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Passive Voice

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As seen in this sentence, the passive voice is used to indicate that something is being done to a subject by an agent. It's passive because the subject is being acted upon, rather than acting as in the active voice.
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Repas de Noël en France

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Learn about a typical French Christmas dinner in this bilingual listening comprehension exercise.
         
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S

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The letter S has two pronunciations in French as in English. The French pronunciation of S in any given word can be determined with specific rules.
         
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Victor Hugo et Les Misérables

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Listening comprehension exercise about Victor Hugo and his most famous novel, Les Misérables.
         
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Six Months of Lawless French

Six Months of Lawless French | French and France | Scoop.it

3 December 2014 marked the half anniversary of Lawless French, born when I decided to give up my 15-year freelance position and pour my efforts into my own site instead.
         

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Colors

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What do buying clothes, talking about art, and shopping for fruits and vegetables have in common? Color! If you want to make sure to buy red tomatoes and critique an artist's use of green, you'll need to know the French colors.
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Exclamative Adjectives

To express admiration, surprise, contempt, or another strong feeling about a noun, you can use the exclamative adjective quel, meaning "what (a)."
         
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Tu vs vous

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Test yourself on the French subject pronouns tu and vous, or take a look at the lesson to review.        

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Manquer

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The regular -er French verb manquer means "to miss," which seems straightforward enough, and yet it causes no end of confusion due to a strange turnaround it requires in a certain construction. Don't miss this lesson!
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Partitive Article

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The partitive article refers to an unspecified quantity of food, liquid, or some other uncountable noun. English has no equivalent article - the partitive is usually translated by the adjectives "some" or "any," or may be left out entirely.
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IO

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The French letter combination io is pronounced as a single syllable.
         
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Canal St Martin Revisited

Paris can tempt you in many ways. She helps you discover things, things about history things about art, things about living a good life, things about yourself.
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Negative Adjectives

French negative adjectives are used to negate or refuse nouns. Like other negative structures, negative adjectives - also called indefinite negative adjectives - have two parts.
         
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Hanukkah

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Hanukkah lasts for eight days sometime between late November and the end of each year. Learn some French vocabulary related to this Jewish festival.
         
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Dans les tranchées

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Ce soir, je suis allée faire quelques courses avant d’aller chercher les filles. J’allais sortir du supermarché qui est à côté de l’école quand j’ai croisé ma copine Penelope.
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Passé composé vs imparfait

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The trickiest aspect of the two most important French verb forms is that they often work together, juxtaposed not only throughout stories, but even within individual sentences.
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Christmas

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Christmas is celebrated in many countries around the world, though the exact traditions and foods vary greatly. Here are some general French Christmas terms.

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