After 3 weeks in Switzerland, in the beautiful city of Geneva, I took the time to rest and create new material for the Curriculum. It was a bit challenging to record the videos, so I focused on creating new lessons... and here we are, with 286 new lessons that I will soon start to record.

Here they are:

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The accent aigu
The accent circonflexe
The accent grave and the letter A
The accent grave and the letter E
The accent grave and the letter U

The past participles used with AVOIR and with a COD
The past participles used with AVOIR
The past participles used with ÊTRE
The past participles used without auxiliary

Prepositions of cause
Prepositions of condition
Prepositions of manner
Prepositions of place
Prepositions of purpose
Prepositions of time

When the verb DEVOIR is used as a semi-auxiliary
When the verb FAIRE is used as a semi-auxiliary
When the verb FALLOIR allows impersonal construction
When the verb METTRE is used as a semi-auxiliary
When the verb POUVOIR is used as a semi-auxiliary

Some verbs constructed with the preposition DE and the pronoun EN
Some verbs constructed with the preposition DE and without the pronoun EN
Some verbs constructed with the preposition DE with or without EN
Some verbs in the negative form with the preposition DE with or without the pronoun EN

The origins of French language #1
The origins of French language #2
The origins of French language #3
The origins of French language #4
The origins of French language #5

The complex negative forms - NE… AUCUN
The complex negative forms - NE… AUCUNE
The complex negative forms - NE… GUÈRE
The complex negative forms - NE… JAMAIS
The complex negative forms - NE… PERSONNE
The complex negative forms - NE… PLUS RIEN
The complex negative forms - NE… PLUS
The complex negative forms - NE… POINT
The complex negative forms - NE… RIEN

The disappearance of articles before an additional noun introduced by DE
The disappearance of articles before an additional noun introduced by À
The disappearance of articles in special cases
The disappearance of the articles after a noun
The disappearance of the articles after an adverb

When to use the tenses in French - L'IMPARFAIT DE L’INDICATIF
When to use the tenses in French - LE FUTUR ANTÉRIEUR DE L’INDICATIF
When to use the tenses in French - LE FUTUR SIMPLE DE L’INDICATIF
When to use the tenses in French - LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ DE L’INDICATIF
When to use the tenses in French - LE PASSÉ DU CONDITIONNEL
When to use the tenses in French - LE PASSÉ SIMPLE DE L’INDICATIF
When to use the tenses in French - LE PLUS-QUE-PARFAIT DE L’INDICATIF
When to use the tenses in French - LE PRÉSENT DE L’IMPÉRATIF
When to use the tenses in French - LE PRÉSENT DE L’INDICATIF
When to use the tenses in French - LE PRÉSENT DU CONDITIONNEL
When to use the tenses in French - LE PRÉSENT DU SUBJONCTIF

Don't mix them - Avant and Devant
Don't mix them - Dans and En
Don't mix them - Depuis and Puis
Don't mix them - En effet and En fait
Don't mix them - En fait and Au fait
Don't mix them - Entre and Parmi
Don't mix them - Neuf and Nouveau
Don't mix them - Par and Pour
Don't mix them - Pour and Pendant
Don't mix them - Sur and Au-dessus de
Don't mix them - Vers and Environ
Don't mix them - Visiter and Rendre visite

Grammatical homonyms - a, à
Grammatical homonyms - ai, est
Grammatical homonyms - ce, se
Grammatical homonyms - ces, ses, c’est, sais, s’est
Grammatical homonyms - et, est
Grammatical homonyms - ma, m’a
Grammatical homonyms - mes, mais, mets, met
Grammatical homonyms - mon, m’ont
Grammatical homonyms - on, ont
Grammatical homonyms - ou, où
Grammatical homonyms - son, sont
Grammatical homonyms - é, er, ez

How to express an effort without any results
How to express the cause
How to express the consequence
How to express the goal
How to express the obligation with the subjunctive
How to express the opposition

Indirect transitive verbs from the second group
Indirect transitive verbs from the third group
Intransitive verbs constructed with the preposition À and the pronoun Y or NOT
Intransitive verbs constructed with the preposition À and the pronoun Y

The construction of a modal periphrase
The construction of a temporal periphrase
The construction of a verbal periphrase
The construction of an aspectal periphrase

Adjectives used as nouns
Allow the passive form
Conjunctions of subordination
Coordination Conjunctions
Difficulties in French for English Speaking
Direct transitive verbs from the second group
Direct transitive verbs from the third group
Expressing possession with demonstrative pronouns
French and the notion of Subject - Verb - Object
How to avoid the Subjunctive
Il est or C'est
Imparfait - Les radicaux des verbes irréguliers
Introduire la notion de progression
La disparition du E
Le subjonctif après certains adjectifs
Les conjonctions suivies de l’indicatif
Les consonnes géminées
Les noms en ON qui donnent des verbes en ONNER
Les temps-modes simples et composés
Les verbes pronominaux
Les verbes qui commencent par un H aspiré
Les verbes qui commencent par un H muet
L’enchaînement vocalique
Numeral adjectives
Passive form or not passive form
Prononcer ou ne pas prononcer le E
Quelqu'un
Remplacer le passif
Specificity of oral French
The syllabic equality
The 2 different roles of DE LA
The 2 different roles of DU
The 5 different roles of QUE
The 7 moods
The 9 different functions of SI
The accented syllable in the word
The active form and the passive form
The adverbial element PAS
The auxiliary ÊTRE
The cédille
The difference between verbs and nouns
The exceptions of the passive form
The functions of the words
The impersonal passive construction
The negative particle NE
The neutral pronoun CE
The neutral pronoun CELA (ÇA)
The origins of the Conditional mood
The origins of the Subjunctive mood
The place of TOUT (pronoun) in the sentence
The Present Subjunctive After Conjunctions
The role of the verb
The tréma
The words and their nature
TOUS and TOUTES with the pronoun LES (COD)
TOUT used as a variable adverb
What are auxiliary verbs
What are semi-auxiliary verbs
When to use C'EST or COD pronouns
When we use ON to replace JE, TU, IL, ELLE, NOUS, VOUS, ILS, ELLES

Tips - 10 Things you must do to be successful in french
Tips - 10 Tips to be successful in french # 1
Tips - 14 Tips to respect to be able to become fluent in french
Tips - 3 Major tips to learn french
Tips - 4 Simple tips to travel to France on a budget
Tips for exams # associate the words and their definitions
Tips for exams # discovering new difficult words
Tips for exams # find the answers in the text
Tips for exams # true or false exercises
Tips for the day of the exam
Tips for the memory
Tips for the nigth before the exam
Tips to eat properly when you study french
Tips to have a better night
Tips to have a good studying envrionment
Tips to learn new words in french
Tips to organize your notes
Tips to plan your revision
Tips to sleep during your studies
Tips to study when you have family and friends
Tips to study with a friend

Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre A
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre B
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre C
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre D
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre E
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre F
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre G
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre H
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre I
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre J
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre L
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre M
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre N
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre O
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre P
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre Q
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre R
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre S
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre T
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre U
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre W
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre Y
Comment traduire ces verbes # Lettre Z

Identical Pronunciation - ancre, encre
Identical Pronunciation - arrivée, arriver
Identical Pronunciation - assemblée, assembler
Identical Pronunciation - au, eau, haut
Identical Pronunciation - autel, hôtel
Identical Pronunciation - auteur, hauteur
Identical Pronunciation - Air, aire, ère
Identical Pronunciation - Allée, aller, allez
Identical Pronunciation - Amande, amende
Identical Pronunciation - balai, ballet
Identical Pronunciation - bar, barre
Identical Pronunciation - bon, bond
Identical Pronunciation - boucher, bouchée
Identical Pronunciation - boue, bout
Identical Pronunciation - brin, brun
Identical Pronunciation - but, butte
Identical Pronunciation - camp, quand
Identical Pronunciation - cane, canne
Identical Pronunciation - cap, cape
Identical Pronunciation - car, quart
Identical Pronunciation - cent, sang, sans
Identical Pronunciation - chair, cher, chère
Identical Pronunciation - champ, chant
Identical Pronunciation - chaîne, chêne
Identical Pronunciation - cheminée, cheminer
Identical Pronunciation - chœur, cœur
Identical Pronunciation - compter, conter
Identical Pronunciation - compteur, conteur
Identical Pronunciation - cor, corps
Identical Pronunciation - cou, coup, coût
Identical Pronunciation - cour, cours, court
Identical Pronunciation - cygne, signe
Identical Pronunciation - dans, dent
Identical Pronunciation - danse, dense
Identical Pronunciation - faim, fin
Identical Pronunciation - faire, fer
Identical Pronunciation - fausse, fosse
Identical Pronunciation - foi, foie, fois
Identical Pronunciation - fumée, fumer
Identical Pronunciation - gelée, geler
Identical Pronunciation - golf, golfe
Identical Pronunciation - grasse, grâce
Identical Pronunciation - hockey, hoquet
Identical Pronunciation - lacer, lasser
Identical Pronunciation - lait, laid
Identical Pronunciation - lieu, lieue
Identical Pronunciation - maire, mer, mère
Identical Pronunciation - marché, marcher
Identical Pronunciation - maître, mètre, mettre
Identical Pronunciation - moi, mois
Identical Pronunciation - mot, maux
Identical Pronunciation - mur, mûr, mûres
Identical Pronunciation - pain, pin
Identical Pronunciation - pair, paire, père
Identical Pronunciation - par, part
Identical Pronunciation - parti, partie
Identical Pronunciation - peau, pot
Identical Pronunciation - pensée, penser
Identical Pronunciation - peu, peut
Identical Pronunciation - pie, pis
Identical Pronunciation - plaine, pleine
Identical Pronunciation - poids, pois
Identical Pronunciation - poing, point
Identical Pronunciation - porc, port
Identical Pronunciation - pou, pouls
Identical Pronunciation - près, prêt
Identical Pronunciation - puis, puits
Identical Pronunciation - pâte, patte
Identical Pronunciation - rangée, ranger
Identical Pronunciation - ras, rat, raz
Identical Pronunciation - reine, renne, rênes
Identical Pronunciation - rentrée, rentrer
Identical Pronunciation - roue, roux
Identical Pronunciation - sain, saint, sein
Identical Pronunciation - sale, salle
Identical Pronunciation - sou, sous, saoul
Identical Pronunciation - sur, sûr, sûre
Identical Pronunciation - tache, tâche
Identical Pronunciation - tant, temps
Identical Pronunciation - tante, tente
Identical Pronunciation - teint, thym
Identical Pronunciation - thon, ton
Identical Pronunciation - tournée, tourner
Identical Pronunciation - tous, tout, toux
Identical Pronunciation - tranchée, trancher
Identical Pronunciation - trop, trot
Identical Pronunciation - vain, vin, vingt
Identical Pronunciation - voie, voix
Identical Pronunciation - être, hêtre