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

The imperative form
A2

The imperative form

Identify some grammatical tools and the ways the imperative mood functions.

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Expressing an aim, B2
B2

Expressing an aim, B2

This is to highlight the reason for doing something.

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The gerund, impersonal mood, B1
B1

The gerund, impersonal mood, B1

The gerund is an impersonal mood, it's the form of the present participle... Learn the gerund and amuse yourself!

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Common nouns gender- A0
A1

Common nouns gender- A0

Table, chair, book: masculine or feminine? It's a mystery! Here are some tricks to help you with the gender of some common nouns.

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The imperfect and compound past tenses
A2

The imperfect and compound past tenses

It gets complicated when two pasts clash!!!

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The plural form of nouns and adjectives
A1

The plural form of nouns and adjectives

It seems complicated the "s", "x", "les eaux", "les eux"... but in fact it’s class when we understand the rules ... Just turn the page!

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Grammar A1: Comparatives
A2

Grammar A1: Comparatives

Exercises about comparatives are easier than those about the subjunctive, but there’s as many as in conjugation.

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The opposition between compound past (passé composé) & imperfect (imparfait) tenses
B1

The opposition between compound past (passé composé) & imperfect (imparfait) tenses

I decided (passé composé) to work on this nuance of French conjugation because I absolutely wanted (imparfait) to understand it! It's your turn...

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Expressing condition, Level B1
B2

Expressing condition, Level B1

Condition or hypothesis? That is the question! If you are not sure, read the lesson. If you are ready, start with the exercises!!!

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The anterior past, level C1
C1

The anterior past, level C1

Have you already heard about the perfect past tense? Do you want to discover an additional French past tense? If so... Click here!!

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Superlatives B2
B2

Superlatives B2

Bonjour de France? It's really, very, ultra, super, extra, extremely convenient and trendy... What do you think of it?

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The conditional, revision level B1
B1

The conditional, revision level B1

Would you be so kind as to do the following exercises? Would you be ready to start? And here is the conditional...

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