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Un TGV low-cost lancé au premier semestre 2013

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Un million de billets à moins de 25 euros seront vendus chaque année grâce au «TGV éco».

 

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Menton, France

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Entre les couleurs de sa vieille ville, ses ruelles pittoresques et ses boutiques touristiques, Menton est sans doute une des villes françaises les plus charmantes.
         
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Indefinite Article Quiz

Indefinite Article Quiz | French and France | Scoop.it
Test yourself on French indefinite articles by choosing the correct article - if any - to fill in the blank. You can a look at the lesson if you need help.
         
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Office

Office | French and France | Scoop.it
Whether you commute to a traditional 9 to 5 desk job or work at home with a computer and a cat on your lap, this French vocabulary will help you set up, navigate, and talk about your office.
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Carnaval de Nice

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Improve your French listening comprehension while learning about the history of Nice's immense Carnaval celebration.
         
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E instable

In many words the letter e is potentially silent, a characteristic which has three French names: e caduc, e instable, and e muet. Though e muet is the most common term, e instable is the most accurate.
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Irregular -re Verbs

Irregular -re Verbs | French and France | Scoop.it
Even though there are more than 100 irregular -re verbs, you don't have to learn a hundred conjugation tables. Since many of these verbs follow certain patterns, you only need to memorize 20.
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Possessive à

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To emphasize to whom something belongs, you can use the possessive à in one of three constructions.
         
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Adverbs

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Adverbs are descriptors: they can modify several different parts of speech, including themselves. Virtually every French word that ends in -ment is an adverb, equivalent to -ly in English.
         
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Past Infinitive

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When one thing happens before another, you can use the French past infinitive to talk about the earlier action. In English, the past infinitive is very stilted, so it's usually loosely translated into more idiomatic phrasing.
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Passé composé vs Imparfait Quiz

Passé composé vs Imparfait Quiz | French and France | Scoop.it
See how well you understand the difference between the passé composé and the imparfait, the two most important French past tenses. You can look at the lesson if you need help.
         
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Je ne sais quoi

Je ne sais quoi | French and France | Scoop.it
There's a certain je ne sais quoi about the French expression je ne sais quoi, don't you think? Read this lesson to find out what it is!
         
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Savoir vs Connaître (and Ignorer)

Savoir vs Connaître (and Ignorer) | French and France | Scoop.it
Do you know how to say "know" in French? There are two verbs with distinct meanings, and just to keep things interesting, there are also two overlapping meanings. Confused? After you read this lesson, you'll know all you need to know.
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La Parure

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Read the first few paragraphs of Guy de Maupassant's short story, La Parure. It's written in relatively simple French, making it suitable for low-intermediate readers.
         
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PH

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In both French and English, the letter combination PH is just another way to spell the sound of the letter F.
         
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Negative Adjectives Quiz

Negative Adjectives Quiz | French and France | Scoop.it
Test yourself on French negative adjectives, or take a look at the lesson to review.
         
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Circumflex: â, ê, î, ô, û

The circumflex, aka "little hat," is the only French accent that may be found on each of the five vowels. In any given word, the circumflex may serve one or more purposes.
         
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Trufficulture

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Il y a une certaine magie concernant les truffes, appelées « rabasses » en provençal. Elles vivent dans le sol (mais pas n'importe quel sol), et sur les racines d'arbres (mais seulement certains types d'arbres).
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Passé composé vs Imparfait Quiz

See how well you understand the difference between the passé composé and the imparfait, the two most important French past tenses. You can look at the lesson if you need help.
         
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Traité sur la tolérance

Traité sur la tolérance | French and France | Scoop.it
Read a chapter of Voltaire's Traité sur la tolérance, written in 1763 but newly popular after the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack.
         
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Pétanque

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Listen and learn about that most French of pastimes: pétanque, a form of boules played all over France.
         
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