Vouloir, pouvoir, devoir, faire, vendre (to want, to be able to, to have to, to make or do, to sell)!!! There is nothing like practice to allow you to...
Beginner - A1
You understand and use familiar everyday expressions as well as very simple statements aimed at satisfying needs concrete. You can introduce yourself or someone and ask someone questions about them - for example, about their place of residence, relationships, what belongs to him, etc. - and you are able to answer the same type of questions. You communicate easily if the other party speaks slowly and clearly and is cooperative.
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The relative pronouns, it's useful and it's not that difficult!!! Jump into the exercises and find out!
An undisciplined verb, annoying prepositions, but when you master them, it's a true pleasure!!! Come on, it’s up to you.
It’s an exercise, it isn't a goat cheese. These are students, these aren't sheeps. Typical French expressions!
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...
French conjugation, what a puzzle! All those exceptions that don’t conform to the rules! Just stay focused, you’ll get there…