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Lessons on French grammar (adjectives, agreement, verbs, etc) from LawlessFrench.com

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Translating English constructions like "I could have", "I would have" and "I should have" can be a little tricky. This #LawlessFrench lesson breaks down #French equivalents for these commonly used compound modal verbs. #learnfrench French Verbs, French Grammar, French People, Teacher Boards, Past Tense, French Teacher, Adverbs, France, Learn French

French Grammar: Translating English Modal Verbs into French

Translating English constructions like "I could have", "I would have" and "I should have" can be a little tricky. This #LawlessFrench lesson breaks down #French equivalents for these commonly used compound modal verbs. #learnfrench

Much of what you learn at school is formal and doesn't reflect how French is actually spoken. Learn about these essential pronoun differences. Insta Memes, Comprehension Exercises, Coaching, Idiomatic Expressions, French Grammar, French Expressions, French Teacher, French Class, Dating Coach

French Grammar: Informal Pronouns

Sometimes, there's a disconnect between what's taught in the classroom and what's heard on the streets of a French city. Pronouns represent one of those moments. #french #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

French Nouns and Adjectives: Irregular Feminine Forms - Lawless French Grammar French Nouns, French Grammar, Nouns And Adjectives, Spelling Patterns, Teacher Boards, Simple Addition, French Teacher, Letter E, Learn French

French Nouns and Adjectives: Irregular Feminine Forms

Most #French nouns and adjectives become feminine with the simple addition of -e to the end of them. Then there are the exceptions. The following lesson identifies irregular feminine forms, words with specific endings that feature different spelling patterns when feminine. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

Verb tenses used in #French to describe historical events are not the same as in English. So as you advance in your French language studies, be prepared to see text written like what we cover in the following lesson. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench The Tenses, Verb Tenses, Comprehension Exercises, Reading Comprehension, Language Study, French Language, French Tenses, French People, French Grammar

French Grammar: Historical Tenses

Verb tenses used in #French to describe historical events are not the same as in English. So as you advance in your French language studies, be prepared to see text written like what we cover in the following lesson. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

French preposition "dans" means "in". But it can also mean "from", "under", "on" and as handful of other English equivalents. This lesson features a series of different example phrases to help you perfect your usage of "dans". #french #learnfrench #lawlessfrench French Prepositions, French People, French Grammar, Teacher Boards, Learning French, French Teacher, You Are Perfect, French Language, Vocabulary

French Preposition "Dans"

French preposition "dans" means "in". But it can also mean "from", "under", "on" and as handful of other English equivalents. This lesson features a series of different example phrases to help you perfect your usage of "dans". #french #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

Where do adjectives go in a #French sentence? It depends on a handful of factors. We look at them in this lesson. #learnfrench #frenchquiz #lawlessfrench Phil Moore, French Adjectives, Adjective Worksheet, Sara Evans, Lang Leav, French Grammar, Teacher Boards, Forgiveness Quotes, Kahlil Gibran

French Grammar: Adjective Position

Where do adjectives go in a #French sentence? It depends on a handful of factors. We look at them in this lesson. #learnfrench #frenchquiz #lawlessfrench

Lequel is the equivalent of "which one". But in #French, "which one" is spelled differently depending on the noun w/ which it is associated. This lesson shows various examples of how to use this important interrogative pronoun. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench Teacher Boards, My Teacher, Interrogative Pronouns, Relative Pronouns, French Grammar, French Teacher, Learn French, French Language, Vocabulary

French Grammar: Lequel

Lequel is the equivalent of "which one". But in #French, "which one" is spelled differently depending on the noun w/ which it is associated. This lesson shows various examples of how to use this important interrogative pronoun. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

"Passer" means "to pass", at least most of the time. It can be a tricky verb in that sometimes it requires the auxiliary verb "avoir" and other times, it requires "être". This lesson details how to tell when to use one over the other and goes over all the different ways you can user "passer" in everyday conversation. #french #learnfrench #lawlessfrench French Verbs, French Grammar, Idiomatic Expressions, French People, French Expressions, Teacher Boards, Over The Bridge, French Teacher, Learn French

French Verbs: Passer

"Passer" means "to pass", at least most of the time. It can be a tricky verb in that sometimes it requires the auxiliary verb "avoir" and other times, it requires "être". This lesson details how to tell when to use one over the other and goes over all the different ways you can user "passer" in everyday conversation. #french #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

The most, the least... these #French superlative adverbs deal with extremes. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench Comprehension Exercises, Reading Comprehension, French Teacher, Teaching French, Relative Clauses, Idiomatic Expressions, French Grammar, French Expressions, Teacher Boards

French Superlative Adverbs

The most, the least... these #French superlative adverbs deal with extremes. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

Sometimes you need more than the correct verb tense to describe something that happened in the past. #french #learnfrench #lawlessfrench French Sentences, French Verbs, French Grammar, French Prepositions, Verb Forms, Verb Tenses, Action Verbs, Teacher Boards, Past Tense

French Grammar: Depuis vs Il y a

Sometimes you need more than the correct verb tense to describe something that happened in the past. #french #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

In English, double negatives are a grammatical no no. But in #French, they're alive and well, at least some of the time. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

French Grammar: Double Negatives

In English, double negatives are a grammatical no no. But in #French, they're alive and well, at least some of the time. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

The passive voice isn't the only passive construction you'll encounter in #French. This lesson details each kind with example sentences. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

French Grammar: Passive Constructions

The passive voice isn't the only passive construction you'll encounter in #French. This lesson details each kind with example sentences. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

Some online translations are cringeworthy. Others are just bad. Are all online translators destined to be terrible? Not necessarily. Here's how to work with these perfectly imperfect tools. #french #learnfrench #lawlessfrench #pwlf French Online, French People, French Grammar, Teacher Boards, French Teacher, Perfectly Imperfect, Learn French, French Language, Being Ugly

French Online Translators: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Some online translations are cringeworthy. Others are just bad. Are all online translators destined to be terrible? Not necessarily. Here's how to work with these perfectly imperfect tools. #french #learnfrench #lawlessfrench #pwlf

Lessons & quizzes are great for improving your #French, but it’s always helpful and fun to add some variety. If you’re ready to try something different, check out the Weekend Workout from Progress with #LawlessFrench. #frenchquiz #learnfrench Weekend Workout, French Grammar, Teacher Boards, Writing Challenge, French Teacher, Writing Practice, Learn French, French Language, Quizzes

Learning French: Friday French Fix

Lessons & quizzes are great for improving your #French, but it’s always helpful and fun to add some variety. If you’re ready to try something different, check out the Weekend Workout from Progress with #LawlessFrench. #frenchquiz #learnfrench

#French adverb "encore" can mean a lot of different things. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench Adverbs, Prefixes, Uncountable Nouns, French Grammar, Teacher Boards, French Teacher, French Language Learning, Learn French, Vocabulary

French Grammar: Encore

#French adverb "encore" can mean a lot of different things. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

Some conjunctions, like “à condition que” signal that subjunctive conjugation is required. Other conjunctions, like “ainsi que”, signal nothing of the sort. So is it one big guessing game? Not quite. There is a conceptual difference between the conjunctions that do require the subjunctive and those that do not. French Verbs, French Grammar, Dependent Clause, French People, Teacher Boards, French Teacher, Cause And Effect, Learn French, French Language

French Grammar: Subjunctive with Conjunctions

Some conjunctions, like “à condition que” signal that subjunctive conjugation is required. Other conjunctions, like “ainsi que”, signal nothing of the sort. So is it one big guessing game? Not quite. There is a conceptual difference between the conjunctions that do require the subjunctive and those that do not.