Grammar & Writing

In this section, kids will learn everything about French grammar such as nouns, articles, descriptive adjectives, etc. Also, they’ll learn how to write and pronounce French sounds!

Grammar & writing / The French Alphabet / beginner

Start learning French with the alphabet and find out how to pronounce it !

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Grammar & writing / é and è / beginner

Learn the difference between é and è in this lesson…

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Grammar & writing / Gender of Nouns / beginner

A noun is a person, place or thing. In French all nouns are masculine or feminine, this is called “gender” (le genre). When a noun is masculine you have to use un (a/an) or le (the), when a noun is feminine you have to use une (a/an) or la (the) …

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Grammar & writing / Number of nouns : singular & plural / beginner

If a noun refers to just one person, one animal or thing it is singular, if a noun refers to several persons, animals or things it is plural. Gender and number are very important in French because the entire sentence depends on these …

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Grammar & writing / Verbs / beginner

A verb is a word that is used to describe or indicate an action. In other words verbs are actions that we do, like read, write, look, speak …

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Grammar & writing / The Definite Article : le, la, l’, les / beginner

As you know, a noun is a person, place or thing. When you want to refer to a specific person, place or thing, in English you use the defnite article the, in French, because we have gender (masculine/feminine) and number (singular/plural) there are four different definite articles : le, la, l’, les .

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Grammar & writing / The Indefinite Article : un, une, des / beginner

In English, when you want to refer to any person, place or thing you use an indefinite article : a or an ! In French the singular indefinite article is un for masculine nouns and une for feminine nouns. For both masculine and feminine nouns there is also a plural indefinite article : des !

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Grammar & writing / The difference between “est” and “et” / beginner

Est and et sound the same, so it might be difficult to distinguish them ! This is why it is important to understant the difference of meaning between those two words !

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