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Posted by | July 2, 2019
The French Definite Article

The definite article, or l'article défini, is used before a noun. In English, the definite article is the, but in French they have four: le, la, l', les. Le is used for...

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Posted by | June 30, 2019
9 Little Known Facts About Canada

This weekend Canadians are getting ready to celebrate Canada Day on July 1, which commemorates Canada's confederation and marks the start of our fight towards independence (in 1867). Canada is...

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Posted by | June 29, 2019
Days of the Week, Months, Seasons, and the Date in French

Learning the date in another language is a very useful key detail to familiarize yourself with. It can help you tell people your birthday, plan a trip, or confirm a...

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Posted by | June 29, 2019
All About Être

This post will go over all of the important details about how to use être correctly.

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Posted by | June 25, 2019
How to us Tonic Pronouns in French: moi, toi, soi, lui, elle, nous, vous, eux, elles

The tonic pronouns can cause a lot of confusion among English speakers. French has so many different pronouns, whereas English has only three. This article should clear up any confusion.

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Posted by | June 24, 2019
How to Use French Indirect Object Pronouns

In this post, we review all of the uses of the indirect objects pronouns.

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Posted by | June 23, 2019
French Demonstrative Pronouns: ça, ceci, cela, ce

What are the differences between ça, ceci, cela, and ce ? This post explores the differences between them and how to use them.

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Posted by | June 23, 2019
French Demonstrative Pronouns: celui, celle, ceux, celles

To say this one, that one, these ones, those ones in French, we can use the following words, which change in gender (masculine, feminine), plurality (singular, plural), and proximity (near, far)...

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Posted by | June 23, 2019
How to say “it” in French?

It is such a simple word in English, but it has so many meanings. This post will explain to you how to navigate the different words for "it" in French.

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Posted by | June 23, 2019
How to use French Direct Object Pronouns

Les compléments d'objets directs, or Direct Object Pronouns, are used to replace direct objects in a sentence to avoid repetition. For example: Charlie goes to visit Mark. Charlie is excited...

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