French for Beginners – Lesson 13 – Useful French vocabulary for October

Ghosts, witches, pumpkins, haunted, vampires, scary, grave yards...here is some useful vocabulary for this time of the year.

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French for Beginners – Lesson 9 – Using au and du in French

Using au and your du in French. More on the Definite Article.

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French for Beginners – Lesson 8 – The Definite Article in French

Articles are either definite (the) or indefinite (a, an, some, any). The definite article in French is either le or la.

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French for Beginners – Lesson 7 – Useful French vocabulary for July

The river Vézère in the Dordogne has literally millions of bright blue Dragonflies.

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French for Beginners – Lesson 5 – Wine and cheese are masculine!

More on nouns...just remember that wine and cheese are masculine and French bread is feminine (une baguette).

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French for Beginners – Lesson 4 – Masculine French Nouns

I don’t know about you but I still struggle in knowing whether something is masculine or feminine. So, a re-look at some of the rules for the gender of French nouns has acted as a reminder for me this week and hopefully will help you too. Nouns that are always masculine...

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French for Beginners – Lesson 2 – More on French nouns

French for Beginners - Lesson 2 - More on French nouns. It's not easy to work out the gender of a noun. But there are certain rules to help. Let's look at nouns referring to animals and things.

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