FLE exercises

French Grammar


level Autonomous

« Grammar is a sweet, gentle song » Eric Orsenna. Intermediate A2: « I can use simple sentence structures correctly but I systematically make basic mistakes, for example, confusing tenses and forgetting to make agreements. The general meaning or sense is clear.» CECRL. Navigating through the intricacies of French grammar is not easy! Bonjour de France will help you correct your most common mistakes by providing a bank of exercise you can access repeatedly at your leisure.



N° 30 - 818 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 21:01:17

» Cause and effect

Do you know the conjunctions that express cause and effect? Quickly to your keyboards!

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N° 26 - 713 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:54:00

» The pronoun 'DONT', french grammar

All you need to know about the pronoun "DONT"; lesson and exercises available online.

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N° 23 - 610 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:45:50

» Reviewing tenses and moods

Finish the unfinished phrases! Use the right tense and right mode at the right time! Perfect your French while immersing yourself into France's busine...

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N° 23 - 580 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:43:36

» Double pronouns

If double pronouns pose a problem for you, this activity is for you! With Bonjour de France, French grammar becomes as simple as... saying hello!

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N° 19 - 424 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:34:51

» The present participle

Bonjour de France offers an exercise on the present participle. Read the lesson carefully!

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N° 18 - 401 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:33:55

» Negation, going further

Don't be content with the classic NE...PAS; learn to use the more complex structures of negation.

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N° 18 - 365 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:32:30

» The gerund, impersonal mood, B1

The gerund is an impersonal mood, it's the form of the present participle... Learn the gerund and amuse yourself!

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N° 15 - 196 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:25:56

» The opposition between compound past (passé composé) & imperfect (imparfait) tenses

I decided (passé composé) to work on this nuance of French conjugation because I absolutely wanted (imparfait) to understand it! It's your turn...

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N° 16 - 153 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:23:51

» The conditional, revision level B1

Would you be so kind as to do the following exercises? Would you be ready to start? And here is the conditional...

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N° 15 - 149 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:23:39

» The past perfect in a B1 story

The "plus que parfait" (more than perfect, or pluperfect): do you know this pretentious one? If you had known this tense you would not have to do the...

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N° 14 - 141 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:23:18

» Subjunctive B1

The subjunctive, we love it or leave it! It opens all possibilities provided you make "ami ami" (friends friends) with its subtleties. What a challeng...

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N° 14 - 140 French Grammar / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:23:13

» Prepositions B2

"À, de, sur, dans, par, sous, vers..." There are no rules for prepositions. You must tame them... Quickly, the exercises!

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