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45 Days of French – Day 41

Hour 21 of Alpha Teach Yourself French in 24 Hours (ATYF) brings us real French. Or so it says. I don’t mean crude French, but practical French. Don’t like using the subjunctive all the time? Neither do the French, and … Continue reading

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45 Days of French – Day 37

← Just for a little levity as we begin today’s study of French… Lesson 19 of Essential French (EF) is the final lesson of new material in EF. We will probably finish off with Lesson 20 tomorrow, just because it … Continue reading

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45 Days of French – Day 33

Today’s study comes from Hour 16 of Alpha Teach Yourself French in 24 Hours (ATYF). And, well, I can only say, “Wow.” There is very little new grammar. There is some time spent on impersonal expressions for the weather, and … Continue reading

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45 Days of French – Day 26, continued…

I told you yesterday that I would finish up my treatment of Hour 12 of Alpha Teach Yourself French in 24 Hours (ATYF) today. This was a really hard lesson to finish, and not actually because of the lesson material. … Continue reading

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WOTD, νομίζω

The word of the day is… νομίζω, νομιῶ, ἐνόμισα, νενόμικα, νενόμισμαι, ἐνομίσθην Classical Greek, nomizō, nomiō, enomisa, nenomika, nenomismai, enomisthēn, 1. to consider or think, to believe. The second-person plural, aorist active subjunctive (in the negative) of this verb starts the … Continue reading

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