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Travailler - French Verb Conjugations - French Language - About.com
Learn how to conjugate travailler, a regular -er French verb.
Pour - French Preposition - About.com
to thank for (the book...) signer pour (quelqu'un), to sign on behalf of (someone). téléphoner pour (le problème), to phone about (the problem). travailler pour, to ...
Living and Working in France - French Visas and Work Permits
One common trait among people who study French is a desire to live and possibly work in France. Many dream of this, but not many succeed in actually doing it.
French Word Order - Dual Verb Constructions - French Language
X, Il aide à nous travailler. X, He's helping work us. Il nous aide à travailler. He's helping us work. X, Elle invite à me venir. X, She's inviting to come me.
Devoir vs Falloir - Verbs expressing obligation and necessity
Je devrai travailler. I will have to work. Je devrais lire. I would have to, I should read. J'ai dû manger. I had to eat, I must have eaten. J'aurais dû manger. I should  ...
French Word Order with Inversion - Ordre des mots - French Language
Ne continuerons-nous pas à y travailler ? Won't we continue to work there? Sometimes the object pronoun precedes the first verb - in French, the object pronoun ...
French Causative Grammar: Objects and Agreement
Il a fait travailler les enfants. > Il les a fait travailler. (not "faits") He made the children work. > He made them work. J'ai fait étudier Christine. > Je l'ai fait étudier.
Out of Sheer Rage by Geoff Dyer - Review of Geoff Dyer's Out of ...
But we must have these works, must dedicate ourselves to such work - in Rilke's words, "Il faut travailler, rien que travailler." (It is necessary to work, to only work.)  ...
French Infinitive - Infinitif - French Language - About.com
Il faut travailler. It's necessary to work (for you to work). Il est bon que tu y ailles. > Il est bon d'y aller. It's good to go (for you to go). Word order with the infinitive
French Nouns with Irregular Plurals - About.com
Most French nouns become plural according to regular patterns, but there are a number of irregular nouns, based on the final letter(s) of the singular noun.
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