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Meilleur, mieux, pire / plus mauvais, plus mal = better, best, worse and worst (irregular comparatives and superlatives) Lesson

Knowing when to use mieux and meilleur (better) can be tricky

AdjectifAdverbeSuperlatifComparatifIrregular
I can very well do without you. Language example

The verb passer in French has a variety of meanings, as diverse as to happen, to do without or sim

My brothers get along very well ! Language example

Look how to express reciprocity in French:

Nous nous aimons tellement.We love each other so much.

Vous vous envoyez des cartes de Noël tous les ans.You send Christmas cards to each other every year.

Elles se font complètement confiance.They trust each other completely.

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Are you having fun? Language example

Learn how to conjugate REFLEXIVE VERBS in Le Présent Indicatif in French

Do you sing well? Language example

Most verbs ending in -er conjugate as follows in Le Présent Indicatif.

Learn how to

Aller à = to suit someone (expressions with aller) Lesson

We know that the verb aller means to go in French. Therefore aller &agrav

Idiotismes avec aller
I run well, but he runs better than me. Language example

Knowing when to use mieux and meilleur (better) can be tricky

I really enjoyed myself. Language example

Learn how to conjugate reflexive verbs in Le Passé Composé&n

I don't feel great these days. Language example

In most cases, using the demonstrative adjectives ce/cet/cette/ces (see Ce/cet/cette and ces = this/that and these/those (demonstrative adjectives)) on their own is good eno

You sew amazingly well! Language example

Learn how to conjugate COUDRE (to sew) in Le Présent Indicatif in Frenc

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