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l'accentuation

In French, stress (l'accentuation) is placed on the final syllable of a word. This is very different from the placement of stress in English which varies according to the word itself. Notice that French stress falls on the last syllable whereas English stress may fall on any syllable (word initial, word medial, or word final). This means that word stress is easily predicted (and learned!) in French.

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prepositions with places

The following quotes are from people who live in a particular place, but who are not from there. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate prepositions. Modèle: J'habite en Californie, mais je ne suis pas de Californie.
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Pass rate:75 %
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futur proche

Answer the following questions, using the correct form of the verb aller plus the infinitive in your responses.
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faire expressions

Fill in the blank to complete the sentence logically, using vocabulary for les activités and le temps.
Questions:6
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Pass rate:75 %
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aller 'to go'

Fill in the blank with the appropriate form of the verb aller in the present tense.
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Pass rate:75 %
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