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Welcome to our website of French self-correcting exercises. You can use it to learn aspects of French grammar or to consolidate ones that you have already learned but for which you need practice (and correction!) For each chapter, you may wish to first acquaint yourself with the grammar points. Practice your French reading skills with our ever-growing collection of interactive reading content grouped by CEFR level and accompanied by detailed explanations and links further resources. These articles are presented to you using our Bilingual Reader: while reading the text you can click any phrase to see the English translation and related French grammar lessons.. . . . . . . . . . . . (For information and Copyright notice, [click here] ).
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This is a facility for interactive drilling in French Grammar.
The following is a list of available topics. To get to any of the topics (pages), clickon the corresponding 'link'.
- Ch.1: -Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns
- Ch.2: -The Pronouns 'y' and 'en'
- Ch.3: -Imparfait vs. Passé Composé I
- Ch.4: -Imparfait vs. Passé Composé II
- Ch.5: -Relative Pronouns
- Ch.6: -Interrogatives
- Ch.7: -Negation
- Ch.8: -The Subjunctive
- Ch.9: -The Imperative
- Ch.10: -The Conditional
Welcome to our website of French self-correcting exercises.
You can use it to learn aspects of French grammar or to consolidate ones that you have already learned but for which you need practice (and correction!) For each chapter, you may wish to first acquaint yourself with the grammar points. However, if you are already quite sure of the grammar, you may prefer to go directly to the exercises. At any moment during the exercises, you can look back to the grammar for reference.
French Translation To English
English French Translation With Pronunciation
The blanks are pull-down menus from which you will choose the entry that will create a grammatically correct sentence. In each case you will be told whether your choice is right or not and you will be referred back to the relevant grammar point. You can therefore always try the exercise again until you get the right answer.
For each chapter, after you have mastered section a., you can then move on and test yourself with section b. and hopefully you will see much improvement!
Every exercise has a vocab? link that you can refer to in order to either learn or verify the meaning of the words used in the exercises. Make good use of these as it wil help enrich your vocabulary at the same time as you master the grammar points.
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Have fun and good luck!