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French Verb Tense Conjugations

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Present –

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French Useful Tips

Grand vs. Gros

Both “grand” and “gros” can be translated to “big” or “large” in English. When translating from English to French, a rule of thumb is that “grand” is used when discussing things which become large by growing taller, and “gros” is used when discussing things which become large by growing wider. When discussing things which may become large in either direction, one word or the other can be chosen to nuance the meaning.

Prepositions with Food

– “À” is used for ingredients that are not absolutely essential/can be taken away

e.g. un sandwich au jambon

– “De” is used for absolutely necessary ingredients

e.g. le jus d’orange

Variations of “Tout” (“All”)

tout – masculine singular

toute – feminine singular

tous – masculine plural

toutes – feminine plural