Practice French grammar
French Grammar exercises
French Grammar practice, French vocabulary exercises,
French verb practie
Practice verb conjugation
Choose your verb tenses, choose irregular or regular verbs and get going! Practice as many verbs or times as you wish. Good verb conjugations are essential for French grammar exercises.
Proven to be the most effective study method! Verb conjugations are best to practice for 10minutes every day.
French grammar practice
Grammar is often the most difficult part of studying a language – we have to study rules that are very different from the ones we know.
With these grammar exercises, we hope to make French grammar practice a little less intimidating! We have an overview of all categories in French grammar here. The exercises give you the chance to immediately practice what you’ve learned so you can remember it better. Just keep on practising and never give up! Try different levels and categories and soon you’ll master French grammar practice.
French adverb practice. In this category you will learn the difference between French adverbs and French adjectifs. also you’ll see tens of exercises which can help you study better!
French adjectifs practice. In this category you will learn the difference between French adjectifs and adverbs. also you’ll see tens of exercises which can help you study better! French grammar exercises are essential for studying efficiently.
French reflexive verbs practice. In this category you will learn the difference between reflexive verbs and non-reflexive verbs. Use the exercises to better understand reflexive verbs.
French imperfect practice. We’ll explain the different types of imperfect tenses in French grammar. Solve a few exercises for better understanding
Il y a
Il y a can be a confusing term in French grammar. Therefore, you should read the basic theory but especially practice. Practice the correct use of ‘il y a’ vs ‘en’. You’ll never make a mistake again.
French prepositions make or break your grammar. To be able to use French grammar correctly you need a good understanding of prepositions. Go and exercise!