Essential French Grammar Study Notes

Essential French Grammar Notes – Beginner to Advanced Levels

There are a lot of rules to learn in French grammar. As you work your way through my French Course for Self Learners, you’re learning so much. Maybe it’s hard to remember details and charts as you move from one lesson to the next. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a concise resource to remind you of the essentials without having to go back to each and every lesson when you have a quick question?

This set of study cards is going to make studying French so much easier, and quick access to the rules you need to review will help you to remember them. These study cards cover all of the essential French grammar basics, from beginner to advanced levels.

You will no longer feel frustrated when you can’t remember how to form a verb tense, or you can’t remember if a verb is regular or irregular, you just can’t remember the different forms of possessive and demonstrative adjectives or pronouns, when to pronounce the S on TOUS, how to form and use the subjunctive, the different forms of si clauses, when to use which pronoun, how to use more than one in a sentence, and the list goes on!

This is a set of study cards that you can either print out in the form of bookmarks to have handy when you’re studying, or you may choose to download them as PDFs to use on your mobile device.

They are ready for you, saved with specific titles, so that you can easily pull them up when you need a quick rule. If you print them, I definitely recommend cutting them out and laminating them so that they’ll last forever!

Here’s a list of the study cards that are included so far (I occasionally add more):

  1. Present tense ER verbs
  2. Present tense IR verbs
  3. Present tense RE verbs
  4. Passé composé with avoir – ER verbs
  5. Passé composé with avoir – IR verbs
  6. Passé composé with avoir – RE verbs
  7. Imperfect tense
  8. Futur simple
  9. Present conditional
  10. Plus-que-parfait
  11. Futur antérieur
  12. Present subjunctive
  13. Irregular verbs in the present subjunctive
  14. Imperative
  15. Reflexive pronouns
  16. Indirect object pronouns
  17. Direct object pronouns
  18. The pronoun Y
  19. The pronoun EN
  20. Double pronouns
  21. Pronouns in the imperative
  22. Être – Aller – Avoir – Faire
  23. Demonstrative adjectives
  24. Possessive adjectives
  25. Tout as an adjective
  26. Disjunctive pronouns
  27. Interrogative words
  28. Placement of negation in all tenses
  29. C’est vs. Il est
  30. Forming adverbs
  31. Il faut + indirect object pronouns
  32. Depuis, pendant, il y a
  33. Si clauses – 1st conditional
  34. Si clauses – 2nd conditional
  35. Si clauses – 3rd conditional
  36. Possessive pronouns
  37. Demonstrative pronouns
  38. Après avoir – Avant de
  39. Qui – Que – Où – Dont
  40. Ce qui – Ce que – Ce dont
  41. Tout as a pronoun
  42. Gerunds
  43. Faire causative
  44. Lequel
  45. Auquel
  46. Duquel
  47. Basic colors
  48. Numbers 0 – 100
  49. Coordinating conjunctions
  50. Prepositions of place
  51. Expressions of quantity
  52. Avoir expressions
  53. Ways to use DE
  54. Vouloir – 3 tenses
  55. Pouvoir – 3 tenses
  56. Devoir – 3 tenses
  57. Avoir mal à + body parts
  58. Faire expressions
  59. Faire weather expressions
  60. Il y a – 6 tenses
  61. Verbs like offrir
  62. Manquer à
  63. Faire causative
  64. Ne . . . que
  65. Année vs An
  66. Depuis (for)
  67. Pendant (for)
  68. Il y a (ago)
  69. BAGS adjectives
  70. Verbs that use être & avoir in the passé composé

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