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° 1 - 106 French Grammar / Beginner level

» The prepositions "à, au, chez" and the irregular verb "aller" (to go)

An undisciplined verb, annoying prepositions, but when you master them, it's a true pleasure!!! Come on, it’s up to you.

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N° 13 - 105 French Grammar / Beginner level

» It's / This is, Is / This isn't... typical French expressions!!!

It’s an exercise, it isn't a goat cheese. These are students, these aren't sheeps. Typical French expressions!

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N° 12 - 104 French Grammar / Beginner level

» Orientating yourself and the prepositions in French

Learn to use place prepositions of place with Gautier, tempting? Simple ones like “dans,” “sur,” and “à”… and composed ones like “loin de,” and “en fa...

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N° 5 - 103 French Grammar / Beginner level

» The verbs to buy and to sell in the present indicative form

French conjugation, what a puzzle! All those exceptions that don’t conform to the rules! Just stay focused, you’ll get there…

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N° 13 - 102 French Grammar / Beginner level

» Expressing amounts in French

There are many ways to express amounts in French: a kilo of potatoes, a bottle of water... Discover them quickly!!!

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N° 14 - 101 French Grammar / Beginner level

» Simple French expressions of time

Simple expressions to identify the time: this morning, this afternoon, yesterday, tomorrow, next week, tonight…

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N° 14 - 99 French Grammar / Beginner level

» Presentatives: they are, this is, there is...

What do the “présentatifs” present? Good question. Quickly, go to your keyboards to discover how to use "il y a", "c'est", "ce sont" (there is, this i...

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N° 5 - 98 French Grammar / Beginner level

» Articles: "la, le, de, au, en"... where do we come from and where are we going?

France, I live in France, she goes to the United States, we come from Belgium... Observe how this works and do the exercise.

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