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French grammar sheets :

  1. How to Learn French Grammar (for beginners)
  2. Why learn French?
  3. How to build sentences in French
  4. Il y a (there is / there are)
  5. How to ask questions in French
  6. C’est or Il est
  7. The french pronoun y
  8. The french pronoun en
  9. Could, should and would in French
  10. Forming French imperative
  11. Active voice in French
  12. Passive voice in French
  13. French reported speech (indirect speech)
  14. Common French Grammar mistakes
  15. Masculine and feminine words in french
  16. The feminine of nouns and adjectives
  17. What are french determiners?
  18. French possessive determiners
  19. French question words
  20. Possessive adjectives
  21. List of adjectives in french
  22. Adjective agreement in french
  23. Qualifying adjectives
  24. Interrogative adjectives
  25. Demonstrative Adjectives: Ce, Cet, Cette, Ces
  26. Color adjectives agreements in French
  27. Possessive pronouns in French
  28. Demonstrative pronouns in french
  29. Relative pronouns in french
  30. Subject pronouns in french
  31. Direct object pronouns in french
  32. Direct and indirect object pronouns in French
  33. Disjunctive pronouns in french
  34. Object pronouns in french
  35. Personal pronouns in french
  36. Gender neutral pronouns in french
  37. They / Them pronouns in french
  38. Non-binary pronouns in french
  39. French pronouns list
  40. French stressed pronouns: Moi, toi, lui, eux
  41. The pronoun “en” in French
  42. French Adverbs – Lesson and Examples
  43. Adverbs of time
  44. French interrogative adverbs
  45. Adverbs of frequency
  46. French adverbs of quantity
  47. Adverbs of place
  48. French adverbs ending in -ment
  49. French reflexive verbs
  50. French prepositions list
  51. Conjunctions in french
  52. French interjections
  53. French homonyms (list)
  54. French Past Participle: How to do it?
  55. How to do Present Participles in French
  56. French gerund
  57. The plural of compound nouns
  58. The plural of nouns in -s and -x
  59. “you” plural in french
  60. French pronouns y and en
  61. The order of French pronouns
  62. French Prefixes And Suffixes
  63. Indefinite articles in french
  64. Partitive articles in french
  65. Definite articles in french
  66. Contracted articles in french
  67. Definite and indefinite articles in french
  68. How to form the French subjunctive?
  69. À vs De before a French infinitive
  70. De or Du?
  71. Et or est?
  72. C’est or S’est?
  73. Ça or Sa ?
  74. Ce or Se?
  75. Should I write -é or -er?
  76. Leurs or leur?
  77. Plutôt or plus tôt?
  78. Qui or Que?
  79. Quoique or Quoi que?
  80. Près, prêt or prêts?
  81. Tout, tous, toute, toutes : Rules and examples
  82. French Negative Sentences: How to make them?
  83. The French ç (= c cédille)
  84. How to introduce yourself in French
  85. Simple relative pronouns: who, what, where, whose
  86. Compound relative pronouns: what is it?
  87. The demonstrative pronouns he, she, it, those, those
  88. The pronoun “on”
  89. French compound words
  90. The longest words in French
  91. Adjectives of color *
  92. Pronominal verbs
  93. The invariable words *
  94. The invariable words – complete list
  95. The adjective
  96. Word classes and their functions *
  97. The noun *
  98. The pronoun – Lesson *
  99. Pronoun chart
  100. Examples of pronouns
  101. Proper nouns and common nouns
  102. The pronoun IN: with which verbs should it be used?
  103. The agreement of past participles
  104. When to use the subjunctive ?
  105. How and when to use the present subjunctive: rule and formation
  106. The values of the subjunctive
  107. When to use the simple past ?
  108. When to use the compound past tense?
  109. When to put a comma ?
  110. The present conditional in French (formation and endings)
  111. The compound past tense – formation and endings
  112. Imparfait vs passe composé
  113. French discourse connectors (because, thanks to, therefore…)
  114. Prepositions of place
  115. The prepositions to and from after verbs
  116. The preposition to
  117. How to know if a word is masculine or feminine?
  118. Remmener or ramener ?
  119. Reported speech – indirect speech in the past tense
  120. Direct and indirect speech
  121. Grammatical homophones
  122. The relative subordinate clause
  123. The literal and figurative meanings
  124. Polysemy
  125. Apposition
  126. Figures of speech (oxymoron, euphemism, hyperbole, litote…)
  127. The antonyms
  128. The emphatic form
  129. The simple sentence
  130. The complex sentence
  131. The simple sentence and the complex sentence
  132. The declarative sentence
  133. The exclamatory sentence
  134. The imperative sentence
  135. The injunctive sentence
  136. The interrogative sentence
  137. The relative subordinate
  138. The conjunctive subordinate
  139. The circumstantial subordinate
  140. The lexical fields
  141. The passive voice
  142. The active voice
  143. The infinitive mode
  144. The g and gu sounds
  145. The j sound
  146. The k sound
  147. The [s] sound
  148. Impersonal verbs
  149. The pronominal form
  150. Present tense endings
  151. Future tense endings
  152. The endings of the simple past
  153. The endings of the compound past tense
  154. French revision sheet
  155. 20 common mistakes in French to avoid