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As we saw in part 1 last week, some French nouns change their meaning depending on their gender. In today’s intermediate French lesson, we’ll look at 12 more examples of this tricky part of French grammar: French nouns with dual meaning. You’ll learn the subtlety of French vocabulary, and even more words you can use in everyday French conversations.
Colloquial French, everyday conversation in France, formal French language… These words are used in a variety of situations. In this advanced French lesson, I explain how you can avoid making embarrassing mistakes with these words. This lesson will help you communicate with confidence, no matter your level of French. Improve your French and learn new vocabulary, expressions and French grammar in this free French video lesson!
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