French Grammar

FLE exercises

Bonjour de France provides worksheets covering grammatical functions, exercises adapted to your level, all of which are online and easily accessible. You can review the grammatical structures seen in class, measure your knowledge and test your progress at any time. Are you ready? To your keyboards!

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French grammar excercises

Double pronouns
B1

Double pronouns

If double pronouns pose a problem for you, this activity is for you! With Bonjour de France, French grammar becomes as simple as... saying hello!

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Expressions of time
A2

Expressions of time

Expressions of time: since, during, when, in, ago, until, as.

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The anterior past, another exercise
B2

The anterior past, another exercise

Graciela has concocted a lesson for you and a grammar exercise on the anterior past.

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Du, de la, beaucoup de / some, a lot of... and other quantity expressions
A1

Du, de la, beaucoup de / some, a lot of... and other quantity expressions

"Du, de la, beacoup de"... there are so many words to describe amounts in French! But, it is less complicated than it seems. Come on, let's find out t...

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Color adjectives
A1

Color adjectives

Vojka, French teacher in Serbia, tells us a little story about colour adjectives.

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A grammatical lesson on the pronoun
B2

A grammatical lesson on the pronoun

Today, we offer you grammar exercises to discover the secrets of the pronoun.

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An expression of cause: even more than, even less than...
B2

An expression of cause: even more than, even less than...

Objective: to be able to express cause using the phrases "even more than"... "even less than"... "even better than"...

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The future simple in the indicative form
A2

The future simple in the indicative form

Put your grammatical knowledge into practice and revise your French online with Bonjour de France.

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Comparatives: Better or Best
A2

Comparatives: Better or Best

Today we offer you a grammar exercise on comparatives: better, best, good, well... Good luck!

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Countries - beginner French
A1

Countries - beginner French

Do you know the flags of the world? Do you know which article should be placed before the names of countries? Test yourself with us!

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Past tenses... a love story
B1

Past tenses... a love story

Do you like love stories? Then this exercise is for you. A great opportunity to revise the French past tenses.

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Direct complement pronouns
A2

Direct complement pronouns

Me, te, nous, vous, le, la, les, - lui et leur... Do you know them? They won't be a mystery after this exercise... Me, te, nous, vous...

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