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#French expressions don't get more essential than "c'est". Learn its different meanings and how to use it. #learnfrench #lawlessfrench

French Expressions: C'est

C'est is the required contraction of ce + est. It's one of the most important French expressions and can mean that is, it is, or he is.

#French word "plus" not only has 3 different pronunciations, it's also featured in several popular expressions. #lawlessfrench #learnfrench

French Expressions with "plus"

#French word "plus" not only has 3 different pronunciations, it's also featured in several popular expressions. #lawlessfrench #learnfrench

Do you know what "C'est du pipi de chat" means in French? Find it here with other amusing French idioms using "chat," the French word for cat. French Expressions, French Words, French Quotes, French Sayings, How To Speak French, Learn French, French Practice, Idiomatic Expressions, Conversation Cards

French Expressions: Donner sa langue au chat

If you don't want to guess what the French expression donner sa langue au chat means, you can just click to read this lesson.

Get a head start on your #French studies with this timely French expression. #lawlessfrench #learnfrench

French Expressions: À l'avance

Get a head start on your #French studies with this timely French expression. #lawlessfrench #learnfrench

Être, Aller, Avoir, Faire - Mini French Lesson

Être, Aller, Avoir, Faire - Mini French Lesson

Jennifer from http://www.lovelearninglanguages.com gives a mini French lesson on the French verbs être, aller, avoir, and faire. ► MINI-LESSON BLOG POST: htt...

"Mal", the #French word for "bad", "pain", and other assorted unpleasantries, can be used to express a lot of things. #lawlessfrench #learnfrench

French Expressions with Mal

The French adverb mal literally means "unwell" or "badly" and is found in a variety of idiomatic expressions. Learn how to say homesick, world-weariness, to work hard, and more with this list of expressions with mal. - Lawless French

French Pronunciation: AIL and AILL - Deb Lawless - French Pronunciation: AIL and AILL Pronouncing AIL and AILL in is a little tricky. When in doubt, remember these English approximations the next time you spot a word with these letter combinations. How To Speak French, Learn French, French Alphabet, French Practice, Alphabet Sounds, French Verbs, Teacher Boards, How To Pronounce, French Teacher

French Pronunciation: EU

The letter combination eu has three possible pronunciations, two of which are very similar. - Lawless French

Relative Pronouns - Mini French Lesson

Relative Pronouns - Mini French Lesson

Jennifer from http://www.lovelearninglanguages.com gives a mini French lesson on French relative pronouns. Link to full lesson below: ► MINI-LESSON BLOG POST...

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Relative Composed Pronouns - Mini French Lesson

Relative Composed Pronouns - Mini French Lesson

Jennifer from http://www.lovelearninglanguages.com gives a mini French lesson on French possessive pronouns. Link to full lesson below: ► MINI-LESSON BLOG PO...

Do you know the difference between #French words "mauvais" and "mal"? It wouldn't be a bad idea to read this lesson and find out. #lawlessfrench #learnfrench

French Grammar: Mauvais vs. Mal

The French words mauvais and mal can be tricky for French students because they both belong to three different parts of speech and have similar meanings. If you have a poor understanding of the difference, it wouldn't be a bad idea to read this lesson. - Lawless French

You can't expect to master #French verb conjugation overnight. So keep it simple. Work on these 10 essential French verbs first. #lawlessfrench #learnfrench French Learning Books, Teaching French, Learning Spanish, French Verbs, French Grammar, French Articles, Teacher Boards, French Classroom, French Teacher

Top 10 French Verbs

Here are the 10 most common and useful French verbs, with example sentences and the full set of simple and compound conjugations.

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French Possessive Pronouns - Mini French Lesson

French Possessive Pronouns - Mini French Lesson

Jennifer from http://www.lovelearninglanguages.com gives a mini French lesson on French possessive pronouns. Link to full lesson below: ► MINI-LESSON BLOG PO...

Do you think you can hold the blow? #French expression "tenir le coup" has both a literal and figurative meaning. #lawlessfrench #learnfrench

French Expressions: Tenir le coup

Learn how to cope with this lesson on the idiomatic French expression tenir le coup. - Lawless French

Rule #1 when addressing someone in #France? You must absolutely say this. #lawlessfrench #frenchculture #french

French Listening Practice: L'importance de dire bonjour

En France il est vital de toujours dire bonjour, en premier, avant de dire quoi que ce soit d’autre. - Lawless French