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 past perfect in a B1 story
B1

The past perfect in a B1 story

The "plus que parfait" (more than perfect, or pluperfect): do you know this pretentious one? If you had known this tense you would not have to do the...

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Subjunctive B1
B1

Subjunctive B1

The subjunctive, we love it or leave it! It opens all possibilities provided you make "ami ami" (friends friends) with its subtleties. What a challeng...

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Prepositions B2
B1

Prepositions B2

"À, de, sur, dans, par, sous, vers..." There are no rules for prepositions. You must tame them... Quickly, the exercises!

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The gerund B1
B1

The gerund B1

The gerund is a jealous mood!!! He is married to the preposition "en", he sticks to her, and doesn't want to detach himself from her. By being curious...

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Relative pronouns B1
B1

Relative pronouns B1

A theater play? But what is is about, who are they, what do they tell us, what happens there, where does the action take place? Turn the page!

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The indicative form, Level B1
B1

The indicative form, Level B1

The indicative mood is the mood of affirmation: it presents facts that are certain. If you pass these exercises, you will shine in French!

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Expressing consequence
B1

Expressing consequence

BDF proposes expressing consequence: which is why you will do the exercises that follow, as a result you will pass the DELF.

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The near future tenses in French, simple and perfect
B1

The near future tenses in French, simple and perfect

Rendezvous with the future! It's not science fiction... The present has the value of the future tense, the near future, the future simple and the futu...

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Complement pronouns in French
B1

Complement pronouns in French

Direct and indirect object complement personal pronouns, they're convenient. Check the by turning over the page!!!

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Present conditional mood
B1

Present conditional mood

The conditional present, it's simple: verb in the infinitive + endings in the imperfect. But, don't forget to learn the irregular verbs!!!

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The 'compound past' vs. the imperfect tense, their differences
B1

The 'compound past' vs. the imperfect tense, their differences

I didn't know the difference between the "imparfait" (imperfect) and the "passé composé" ("compound past"), so I went to the Bonjour de France site. Y...

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Tonic pronouns: me, you, him/her...
B1

Tonic pronouns: me, you, him/her...

Me, I'm French, but you, what are you? Tonic pronouns, nice name, imply that we are as well. It's up to you!

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