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Master French grammar with my free French lessons. In this lesson, we look at “le futur proche”, or the French near future tense, including how and when to use it.
Learn some popular French sayings that involve French fruit names — from pommes (apples) to poires (pears) — with this free French lesson.
Visiting a French flea market (in Paris or beyond) and curious about the French vocabulary and cultural cues to expect? This lesson will show you the exciting world of ‘la brocante’ and its place in French culture.
If you’re interested in French culture, you need to know about la petite souris – the French tooth fairy! Learn more about this fascinating part of French folklore in this free French lesson.
Learn more about French culture by discovering a popular French TV show on Netflix. Read more about this French comedy and what life was like in France in the 60’s.
Discover even more examples of nouns in French that change their meaning as they change their gender, in this advanced French lesson. Master this tricky aspect of French grammar.
Learning the gender of nouns in French is one of the trickiest parts of French grammar – especially when a change in gender gives a word a different meaning! Discover some examples in this intermediate French lesson.
Learn some common French expressions about bread, an important part of French culture. Perfect for intermediate and advanced learners who want to sound more like a native French speaker, even to the French!
Learn more about 18 juin 1940, a historic day in French history, and access some free French resources related to l’appel du 18 juin, in this all-French lesson. Ideal for intermediate and advanced French learners.