- a basic introduction to French adjectives, which shows the basic rules for forming regular French adjectives, and includes an on-line exercise; it also includes an exercise on a basic class of "semi-regular" adjectives ending in -n, which double the -n in the feminine (italien -> italienne)
- in the basic French vocabulary section, a list of musical instruments in French, with some accompanying notes about how to say things such as I play the piano.
February 19, 2009
The following new pages have been added to the site:
February 18, 2009
The latest update to the French dictionary includes:
- various geographical names that have recently occurred in news articles
- various frequently-occurring declined forms (e.g. feminine forms, conjugated forms of verbs) with token translations to help readers (note that in general, conjugated verb forms can all be looked up in the dictionary, and you will be told which verb the form is from, and which tense and person the form is)
- improvements to the entries of various common words.