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 near future and the recent past
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The near future and the recent past

Today we are going to study French! French grammar for beginners.

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The interrogative... asking questions in French
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The interrogative... asking questions in French

How do you ask questions in French? Open questions, closed questions? In a familiar, standard or formal register?

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The simple form of the imperative
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The simple form of the imperative

Bonjour de France reminds you of the rules for employing the present form of the imperative tense in order to understand an instruction manual.

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Partitive articles
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Partitive articles

When do you use the partitive articles the, a, an, some...? Quickly, turn the page!!!

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Common nouns gender- A0
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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 plural form of nouns and adjectives
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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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The French negative form
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The French negative form

Knowing how to say no is an essential skill !!! I do not want to work, I do not like the winter, I do not eat canned food...

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The three interrogative forms...
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The three interrogative forms...

In French, we can ask questions in three different ways. Why make it simple when you can make it complicated? You will get there!

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Prepositions of place + contracted articles
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Prepositions of place + contracted articles

Where are you? On the right, underneath, next to, in the middle of, in the proximity of... the beach, the mountain, the forest, Brazil, Mexico?

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Some 3rd group verbs a little difficult
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Some 3rd group verbs a little difficult

Vouloir, pouvoir, devoir, faire, vendre (to want, to be able to, to have to, to make or do, to sell)!!! There is nothing like practice to allow you to...

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Simple relative pronouns :
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Simple relative pronouns : "qui, que, qu'" (who, that)

The relative pronouns, it's useful and it's not that difficult!!! Jump into the exercises and find out!

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Articles: expressions for quantity
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Articles: expressions for quantity

Expressing quantities. Did you know that after the verbs of sentiment, such as to love, to hate, to adore we use the definite article the (le, la, les...

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