FLE exercises

French Grammar

Bonjour de France provides worksheets covering grammatical functions, exercises adapted to your level, all of which are online and easily accessible. At any time you can review the grammatical structures seen in class, measure your knowledge and test your progress. Are you ready? To your keyboards!

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N° 77 - 402 French Grammar / Intermediate level

» The pronouns EN and Y

Come and test your knowledge of the pronouns "EN" and "Y". Do you feel like it? Ok, here we go!

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N° 18 - 401 French Grammar / Autonomous level

» 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° 20 - 400 French Grammar / Beginner level

» The simple form of the imperative

Bonjour de France reminds you of the rules for employing the present form of the imperative tense in order to understand an instruction manual.

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N° 16 - 386 French Grammar / Beginner level

» Partitive articles

When do you use the partitive articles the, a, an, some...? Quickly, turn the page!!!

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N° 18 - 384 French Grammar / Intermediate level

» The imperative form

Identify some grammatical tools and the ways the imperative mood functions.

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N° 18 - 371 French Grammar / Advanced level

» Expressing an aim, B2

This is to highlight the reason for doing something.

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N° 18 - 365 French Grammar / Autonomous level

» 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° 19 - 360 French Grammar / Beginner level

» Common nouns gender- A0

Table, chair, book: masculine or feminine? It's a mystery! Here are some tricks to help you with the gender of some common nouns.

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