Sunday, March 13, 2011

French Cheat Sheet

I've complied a large amount of French Vocabulary and Grammar all on one sheet of paper, and made what I believe to be the best, most useful French cheat sheet, for students, or just people who really want to learn French, in existence. The text is small, but completely legible when it's printed.



The Vocabulary side has:
  • About a thousand words including whether each word is masculine or feminine.
  • A list of words you MUST know
  • Colors
  • Fruit
  • Months
  • Seasons
  • Family members
  • Prepositions
  • Feeling words
  • Days of the week


The Grammar side has:
  • 34 of the most important verbs conjugated in the Present, Passé Compose, Imparfait, Futur Simple, and the Subjunctif.
  • à and de
  • Articles
  • Card suits
  • Conditionnel
  • Conditionnel Passé
  • Demonstrative Pronouns
  • Directions
  • Discours Direct & Rapporté
  • Futur Anterieur
  • Futur Proche
  • Futur Simple
  • Gerondif
  • How to ask questions
  • How to say the alphabet
  • Imparfait
  • List of useful phrases
  • Naughty words
  • Numbers
  • Parts of the body
  • Parts of the face
  • Passe Composé
  • Plus-que-parfait
  • Possessive things
  • Pronoun Relatif: qui/que/lequel/dont/où
  • Reflexive verbs
  • Regular Masculine/Feminine endings
  • Subjonctif Passé
  • Subjonctif Present
  • The many uses of SI
  • Ways of saying good/bad
  • Y & En

There's so much on this list, I hid Waldo in it.


V1.8
Link for Vocabulary
Link for Grammar

7 comments:

  1. holy fuck, i think i love you!

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  2. Tomorrow is my final in french. Really wish I knew of this when I first started. Thanks alot!

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  3. It's PERFECT!!! All I needed, thanks a lot man!!!

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  4. You blog is amazing and I have found some wonderful recipes which gave flavor to my life.


    french menu

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  5. Amazing list! I love the funny bits like the swears and 'fuck yea' part lol :D

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  6. Hi! I downloaded the Grammar cheat sheet, awesome! but the vocabulary.pdf doesn't seem to be there any more... could you please upload it again and update the link?

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  7. And this one is free, http://www.frenchspanishonline.com/beginnersfrench/freefrench.html with audio vocabulary, videos, games, French expressions for beginners (Ratounet the muppet sings for kids) and advanced level students
    and www.frenglishnews.com is for news in English and in French with audio.

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