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Your TV is fine but mine is better. Language example

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

Jules and Pierre had fun last weekend. Language example

You've seen that in compound tenses, such as Le Passé Composé, the majority of verbs use avoir as au

My new friend gets along with my new friends. Language example

Look at these adjectives:

Tom est beau, mais Henri et Bob sont très beaux.Tom is handsome, but Henri and Bob are very handsome.

Yvette est belle, mais Leila et Belinda sont très belles.Yvette is beautiful, but Leila and Belinda are very beautiful.

Regarde ces vieux hommes et ces vieilles femmes.Look at these old men and these old women.

J'ai acheté de nouveaux bols et de nouvelles assiettes.I bought some new bowls and some new plates.

My sister sings as well as they do. Language example

In this lesson, you'll see three cases in which stress pronouns (moi, toi, lui, elle, soi, nous, vous, eux, elles) are

The evening went well, everyone was happy. Language example

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

He cannot remember it, though he rereads it every night! Language example
Most verbs follow the same pattern to conjugate in the Le Subjonctif Présent in French
It's fine to walk there, but it's better to take the bus. Language example

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

The children, whose mum I know, are well behaved. Language example

Look at these sentences using the pronoun dont: 

Une fille dont le frère travaillait avec moi...A girl whose brother used to work with me ...
Even though he is not tired, he should go to bed. Language example

To introduce a concession with although/though in French, you can use these two conjunctions followed by a verb in [kwiziq_link type="lexic

Although we don't get along, he's still my brother! Language example

To introduce a concession with although/though in French, you can use these two conjunctions followed by a verb in [kwiziq_link type="lexic

I'll be right with you...