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° 15 - 116 French Grammar / Intermediate level

» The imperfect past tense.

How do we express in the past tense a description, a duration, a habit? The "imparfait" (imperfect), like the name indicates, is the right choice.

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N° 7 - 115 French Grammar / Beginner level

» Simple relative pronouns : "qui, que, qu'" (who, that)

The relative pronouns, it's useful and it's not that difficult!!! Jump into the exercises and find out!

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N° 11 - 114 French Grammar / Autonomous level

» Hypothesis in French

If you do the exercises, you will pass the DELF. Here, the hypothesis expresses a probability or near certainty. Does that reassure you?

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N° 5 - 113 French Grammar / Intermediate level

» Conjugation: the past tense in French

What goes with the past participle of the verb in the past ("passé composé") tense? The auxiliary verbs "être" (to be) or "avoir" (to have) in the pre...

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N° 5 - 112 French Grammar / Intermediate level

» Comparatives: more, less, as much...

Visit a perfumery on the Côte d'Azur to compare fragrances. It's an easy skill to acquire!

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N° 12 - 111 French Grammar / Beginner level

» Articles: expressions for quantity

Expressing quantities. Did you know that after the verbs of sentiment, such as to love, to hate, to adore we use the definite article the (le, la, les...

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N° 12 - 108 French Grammar / Beginner level

» Demonstrative and possessive adjectives

Demonstration, possession, what egocentrics these French! My chocolate, my water bottle, this book, this machine... Oh dear, I have a headache!

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N° 12 - 107 French Grammar / Beginner level

» Personal subject pronouns

Personal subject pronouns, it's about you. I conjugate, you conjugate, he/she conjugates, we conjugate, you (pl.) conjugate… Continue!!!

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