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french ordinal numbers from 1st to a 90th

order and sequence related french opposite adjectives

Opposite Adjectives

fun french expressions using numbers

reading prices with decimals in french

reading french decimals

reading french fractions

french ordinal numbers from 100th to billionth

french cardinal numbers from 100 to a billion

beauty related french opposite adjectives

french cardinal numbers from 91-99

Duplicate Course of french cardinal numbers from 81-90

french cardinal numbers from 71-80

french ligature with ae

french ligature with oe

Sounds of French consonants in words

distance and position related french opposite adjectives

size related french opposite adjectives

Reading French consonants

daily activities in the kitchen in the morning

daily activities in the bedroom in the evening

daily activities in the bathroom in the evening

daily activities in the living room in the evening

daily activities in the kitchen in the evening

work routine at the office

daily commute to and from work

daily activities in the bathroom in the morning

Daily Routine Activities

psychological traits related french opposite adjectives

location related french opposite adjectives

school related french opposite adjectives

physical properties related french opposite adjectives

money related french opposite adjectives

relationship and union related french opposite adjectives

taste related french opposite adjectives

color related french opposite adjectives

physical conditions and sensations french opposite adjectives

Accented French consonant C

Accented form of the French vowel Y

cooling and heating objects

miscellaneous bedroom objects

other bedroom furniture

other living room objects

arts and decorative objects

rooms and parts in a house

weather-related french expressions

common weather expressions – le temps est + adjective

common weather expressions – il + verb

cooking and serving objects

Accented form of the French vowel U

Accented form of the French vowel O

Accented form of the French vowel I

Accented form of the French vowel E

Accented form of the French vowel A

Reading the French vowels

French Alphabet

objects in the utility room

toilet bathroom objects

drying objects in the bathroom

shaving and make up items

items for bathing and showering

daily activities in the house before bedtime

Asking the time in French

common weather expressions – il fait

french survival asking for directions

french survival common shopping phrases

french survival common weather phrases

french survival day-related phrases

french survival time phrases

french survival at the hotel

french survival at the restaurant

french survival daily routine

french survival expressing your feelings

conjugation s’appeler present simple

french survival socializing

french survival giving well wishes

french survival being polite and nice

french survival sharing basic information

french survival taking leave

french survival self introduction

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Sharing Personal Info

gender titles before names

describing people character type – humble

dialog simulator: disclosing your sex

conjugation of verb parler simple present

dialog simulator: what do you do

glossary: work words and phrases

dialog simulator: being of a religious faith

dialog simulator: how old are you?

glossary common age phrases

glossary: sex and gender types

dialog simulator – asking and giving name

Greetings

french variants for the word “partner”

union and separation verbs

glossary marital status phrases

Dialog simulator: phone call phrases

number and phone calling

dialog simulator: practice asking/saying where -x- lives

glossary: variants for the words [address]

describing people character type – arrogant

describing people character type – deceitful

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Describing People’s Height

official fall/autumn months

telling the day and date in french

asking about the day and date

seven days of the week in French

describing people’s skin color

Common time expressions in French

pronunciation variation for some hours

giving the time in between hours

telling “O’clock” times (–:00) in official/military time

expressing 12:00 in 4 different ways in french

telling civilian “o’clock” times in french

describing people’s weight and size

describing people’s hair length

describing people character type – honest

describing people character type – friendly

describing people character type – shy

describing people character type – confident

describing people character type – moody

describing people character type – cheerful

describing people character type – lazy

describing people character type – hardworking

describing people character type – unfriendly

describing people character type – stupid

describing people’s hairstyle

describing people character type – intelligent

describing people character type – dull

describing people funny character type

describing people other features

describing people’s facial features

describing the color of people’s eyes

describing the shape and size of people’s eyes

describing people’s hair color

common weather expressions – il y a

wind related french words

glossary: origin words and phrases

other family french words

members of in-laws-group

members of aunt-uncle group

members of grandchildren group

members of grandparents group

members of children group

drunk and sober french expressions

Hot drinks for french breakfast

when raising a glass in french

common alcoholic drinks

non alcoholic beverages

Drinks & Beverages

buildings and locations sites

popular french bakery and viennoiserie

Popular French breakfast menus

grade levels at senior high school

Common shop names

activities in the classroom

objects in the classroom

teaching and administrative staff

school buildings and facilities

grade levels at university

grade levels at junior high school

Going to School

other popular french food

popular french main dishes

popular french starters

sports and recreational sites

Insects – bugs – animals vocab

birds – animals

small mammals – animals vocab

Farm Animals – Animals – Vocab

Big Mammals – Animals – Vocab

Reptiles et Amphibiens Animals Vocab

Gastropods – animals vocab

Course of Invariable colors compound adjectives dark color

Fish – animals vocab

Fruits and Vegetables

veggie-fruit french vocab

vegetables – leafy veggies vocab

Fruits and Veggies – Leafy Veggies

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Veggie-Fruit Ripe or Unripe

Miscellaneous Compound Color Adjectives

travel and transportation sites

Places & Buildings

Metal and gem-based color adjectives

tight clothing for feet

Clothes & Accessories

Food-related nouns used as colors

Fruit and flower-based color adjectives

cloud related french words

Jobs & Occupations

science, technology and it jobs

teaching and academic jobs

types of unpaid workers

french words for salaried worker

french words for employee

culinary and restaurant jobs

cold related french words

rain related french words

temperature related french words

french prepositions for seasons

describing the weather with adjectives in french

three french weather sentence structures with il

french words for unemployed

finance and real estate jobs

writing and literature jobs

arts and performance jobs

Human Body

stationery and book stores

space and celestial items

places and means of transportation

financial details of trips

Travel workers

weather and storms audiocards

travel miscellaneous french words

precipitation types audiocards

earth elements audiocards

elevations and depths audiocards

The 4 natural elements

repair shops and miscellaneous

nature and outdoor sports

sport participants and spectators

sport equipment and facilities

dialog simulator: what do you speak

dialog simulator marital status

conjugation verb venir de simple present

Falling In Love

Making an Appointment (2)

Making Small Talk (1)

Making Small Talk (2)

Agree and Disagree

Directions

School and Study

Giving a Compliment

Common French Surnames

Culture of France

Beverages

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Survival French Phrases

Making an Appointment (1)

Learning French

Aspirated h – h aspiré

Asking the Time

Asking a Question (1)

Asking a Question (2)

Calendar (1)

Calendar (2)

Days of the Week

Holidays

Telling the Time

Talking About Yourself

Schedule

Hobbies and Interests

Comings and Goings (1)

Comings and Goings (2)

Taking a Rest

Asking Personal Questions

Warnings

Answering what time it is

Attributive adjective – adjectif épithète

Making Complaints

Acronym – sigle

Animate – animé

Antecedent – antécédent

Apposition – apposition

Article – article

Adverbial clause – proposition circonstancielle

Adverbial phrase – locution adverbiale

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Compound sentence – phrase composée

Agent – agent

Compound tense – temps composé

Concessive clause – proposition concessive

Conditional – conditionnel

Conjugation – conjugaison

Conjunction – Conjonction

Consonant – consonne

Coordinate clause – proposition de coordination

Agreement – accord

Affirmative (sentence) – phrase affirmative

Auxiliary – auxiliaire

Common noun – nom commun

Cardinal number – nombre cardinal

Cedilla- cédille

Circonflex accent – accent circonflexe

Clause – proposition

Clause element – constituant propositionnel

Collective noun – nom collectif

Comparative – comparatif

Adverbial – complément circonstanciel

Adjective – adjectif

Complement – complément

Completive clause – proposition complétive

Complex sentence – phrase complexe

Active (voice) – voix active

Acute (accent) – accent aigu

Adjective – adjectif

Adverb – adverbe

Being Polite

Taking the Train

Definite article – article défini

Food (3)

Email & Fax (1)

Email & Fax (2)

Health Problems (1)

Health Problems (2)

Food (1)

Food (2)

Fruits and Vegetables

Hotels (6)

Utensils

Sauces and Seasonings

At Cafes & Fast-Food Restaurants

French Drinks

Drinking

At the Restaurant (1)

Hotels (7)

Hotels (5)

At the Restaurant (3)

Asking for Directions (1)

Introducing Yourself

Courtesy

Where Are You From?

Saying Goodbye

Air Travel

Basic Phrases

Transportation

Asking for Directions (2)

Hotels (4)

Taking a Taxi

Going to the Restroom

Currency (1)

Currency (2)

Currency (3)

Hotels & Accommodations

Hotels (2)

Hotels (3)

At the Restaurant (2)

Ordering Food (1)

Train Station

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Feelings (1)

Troubles (2)

Countries

Cities and Regions (1)

Cities and Regions (2)

Making a Request (1)

Making a Request (2)

Feelings (2)

Museums and Shows

Asking for Permission

Do You Understand?

Weather (1)

Weather (2)

Making a Phone Call (1)

Making a Phone Call (2)

Making a Phone Call (3)

Business

Troubles (1)

Taking a Seat

Ordering Food (2)

Numbers (2)

Eating (1)

Eating (2)

Buying Tickets

Taking Pictures

Numbers (1)

Numbers (3)

Numbers (4)

Shopping (1)

Shopping (3)

Shopping (2)

Shopping (4)

Shopping (5)

Post Office

Basic Questions

Countable – dénombrable

Aspect – aspect

Demonstrative adjective – adjectif démonstratif

Semantic – sémantique

Reflexive verb – verbe réfléchi

Relative clause – proposition relative

Relative pronoun – pronom relatif

Reported speech – discours indirect

Second group – deuxième groupe

Second person plural – deuxième personne du pluriel

Second person singular – deuxième personne du singulier

Semi-auxiliary – semi-auxiliaire

Reflexive pronoun – pronom réfléchi

Semi-regular – semi-régulier

Sentence – phrase

Sequence of tenses – concordance des temps

Future simple – futur simple

Simple tense – temps simple

Singular – singulier

Stem – radical

Aspect – aspect

tense – temps

Subjunctive – subjonctif

Predicative adjective – adjectif attribut

Personal pronoun – pronom personnel

Phrase – syntagme

Plural – pluriel

Possessive adjectives – adjectifs possessifs

Preposition – préposition

Possessive pronoms – pronoms possessifs

Preceding direct object – Objet direct précédent

Prefix – préfixe

Quantifier – quantificateur

Demonstrative pronoun – pronom démonstratif

Present infinitive – infinitif présent

Present participle – participe présent

Present tense – présent

Pronominal verb – verbe pronominal

Pronoun – pronom

Proper noun – nom propre

Qualificative adjective – adjective qualificatif

Subject – sujet

Subordinate clause – proposition subordonnée

Perfect – passé composé – parfait

Opposite Verbs

french opposite union verbs

french opposite start and finish and mutation verbs

french opposite beauty verbs

french opposite communication verbs

french opposite cognitive verbs: at school

french opposite psychological and emotional verbs

french opposite physical state verbs

miscellaneous driving words

french miscellaneous opposite verbs

other french driving words

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french opposite exchange and possession verbs

Concrete (noun) – nom concret

Substantive – substantif

Third person singular – troisième personne du singulier

Suffix – suffixe

Superlative – superlatif

Superlative adverb – adverbe superlatif

Syllable – syllabe

Synonym – synonyme

Syntax – syntaxe

Third group – troisième groupe

Third person plural – troisième personne du pluriel

Abstract (noun) – nom abstrait

Transitive verb – verbe transitif

Uncountable – indénombrable

Upper case – majuscules

Variable – variable

Verbal phrase – syntagme verbal

Vowel – voyelle

Person – personne

Present indicative – présent de l’indicatif

Past historic – passé simple

Inanimate – inanimé

Grave accent – accent grave

Head noun – nom principal

Head verb – verbe principal

Idiom – idiome

Imperative mood – mode impératif

imperfect – imparfait

Past anterior – passé antérieur

Impersonal verb – verbe impersonnel

Gender – genre

Indefinite adjective – adjectif indéfini

Indefinite article – article indéfini

indefinite pronoun – pronom indéfini

Indefinites – les indéfinis

independent clause – proposition indépendante

Indicative mood – mode indicatif

Indirect – indirect

Gerund – gérondif

First person singular – première personne du singulier

Indirect object – complement d’objet indirect (COI)

Emphatic / disjunctive / stressed / pronoun – pronom emphatique / disjoint / tonique

determiner – déterminant

Diaeresis – tréma

Direct object – complement d’objet direct

Acute (accent) – accent aigu

Direct speech – discours direct

Disjunctive / stressed / emphatic pronoun – pronom disjonctive / emphatique

Dislocation – dislocation

Ditransitive verb – verbe ditransitif

First person plural – première personne du pluriel

elision – élision

etymology – étymologie

expletive Ne – ne explétif

Feminine – feminin

Finite verb – verbe fini

Acute (accent) – accent aigu

Finite clause – proposition finie

First group – premier groupe

Indirect interrogative clause – proposition interrogative indirecte

Impersonal pronoun – pronom impersonnel

Indirect speech – discours indirect

Noun phrase – syntagme nominal

Negative adverb – adverbe négatif

Neuter – neutre

Neutral pronoun – pronom neutre

Nonfinite – à mode impersonnel

Nonfinite clause – proposition non finie

Noun complement – complément du nom

Number – nombre

Infinitive – infinitif

Object pronoun – pronom objet

P.d.o – Objet direct précédent

Ordinal number – nombre ordinal

Part of speech – catégorie grammaticale

Participle – participe

Partitive article – article partitif

Passive voice – voix passive

Negative – négatif

Object – objet

Morphology – morphologie

Infinitive clause – proposition infinitive

Infinitive transformation – transformation infinitive

Inflection – flexion

Intensifier – intensif

Intensive verb – copule

Interrogative – l’interrogatif

Intonation – intonation

Intransitive verb – verbe intransitif

Invariable – invariable

Inversion – inversion

Irregular – Irrégulier

Liaison – liaison

Lower case – minuscules

Main clause – proposition principale

Feminine – feminin

Modal verb – verbe modal

Modifier – modificateur

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