• French grammar
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  • 1 French alphabet
  • 2 French pronunciation and phonetics [0/7]
  • 3 Nature and function of French words [0/23]
  • Multiple choice exercise about the nature of French words (Score -/-)
  • Multiple choice questions about the function of French words (Score -/-)
  • 3.1 The subject in French [0/3]
  • 3.2 The apostrophe and apposition in French [0/2]
  • 3.3 The complement object in French [0/12]
  • 3.4 The circumstancial complement in French [0/2]
  • 3.5 The agent complement in French [0/2]
  • 4 French articles [0/9]
  • 5 French nouns [0/13]
  • 6 French pronouns [0/20]
  • Multiple choice questions about the pronouns in French (Score -/-)
  • 6.1 French personal pronouns - je, tu, il [0/3]
  • 6.2 French possessive pronouns - le mien, le tien [0/2]
  • 6.3 French reflexive pronouns - me, te, se [0/2]
  • 6.4 French demonstrative pronouns - celui, celle, ceux [0/2]
  • 6.5 French relative pronouns - qui, que, qu' [0/4]
  • 6.6 French indefinite pronouns - tout, chacun [0/2]
  • 6.7 French interrogative pronouns - qui, que, lequel [0/2]
  • 6.8 French adverbial pronouns - en, y [0/2]
  • 7 French adjectives [0/17]
  • Multiple choice questions about the epithet, attribute in French (Score -/-)
  • 7.1 Endings of regular and irregular French adjectives [0/3]
  • 7.2 Comparative and superlative of French adjectives [0/3]
  • 7.3 Placement of French adjectives [0/2]
  • 7.4 French possessive adjectives - mon, ton, son [0/4]
  • 7.5 French demonstrative adjectives - ce, cette [0/2]
  • 7.6 French indefinite adjectives - toutes, quelques [0/2]
  • 8 French adverbs [0/18]
  • 9 French prepositions [0/10]
  • 10 French verbs [0/135]
  • 10.1 Tenses and moods in French [0/63]
  • 10.1.1 Indicative in French [0/26]
  • 10.1.1.1 Present tense in French [0/2]
  • 10.1.1.2 Past tenses in French [0/13]
  • 10.1.1.3 Future tenses in French [0/11]
  • 10.1.2 Subjunctive in French (le Subjonctif) [0/11]
  • 10.1.3 Conditional in French (le conditionnel) [0/10]
  • 10.1.4 Imperative in French [0/3]
  • 10.1.5 Infinitive in French [0/4]
  • 10.1.6 Gerund in French [0/2]
  • 10.1.7 Present participle in French [0/3]
  • 10.1.8 Past participle in French [0/4]
  • 10.2 French auxiliary verbs (avoir, être) [0/11]
  • 10.3 Modal verbs in French [0/17]
  • Fill in the blank exercise for the modal verbs in French (Score -/-)
  • 10.3.1 Conjugation of pouvoir (can) in French [0/4]
  • 10.3.2 Conjugation of devoir (should) in French [0/4]
  • 10.3.3 conjugation of vouloir (want) in French [0/4]
  • 10.3.4 Conjugation of savoir (to know) in French [0/4]
  • 10.4 Passive voice in French [0/4]
  • 10.5 Reflexive verbs in French [0/4]
  • 10.6 Irregular verbs in French [0/24]
  • Fill in the blanks exercise of the irregular verbs in French (Score -/-)
  • Fill in the blanks exercise of the irregular verbs in French II (Score -/-)
  • 10.6.1 Conjugation of venir (to come) in French [0/4]
  • 10.6.2 conjugation of aller (to go) in French [0/4]
  • 10.6.3 conjugation of faire (to do) in French [0/4]
  • 10.6.4 conjugation of prendre (to take) in French [0/3]
  • 10.6.5 conjugation of voir (to see) in French [0/3]
  • 10.6.6 Conjugation of partir (to leave) in French [0/4]
  • 10.7 Regular verbs in French [0/8]
  • 10.8 Reported Speech in French [0/4]
  • 11 French sentence structure [0/25]
  • Multiple choice questions about the sentence structure in French (Score -/-)
  • 11.1 The phrases in French [0/5]
  • 11.2 The forms of phrases in French [0/7]
  • 11.3 The types of phrases in French [0/8]
  • 11.4 The propositions in French [0/4]
  • 12 French si clauses [0/3]
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  • French indefinite adjectives - toutes, quelques

    Indefinite adjectives (French: les adjectifs indéfinis) in French are used to talk about people or things in a general way without saying exactly who or what they are. In general they are placed in front of the noun they refer to. 

    Types of French indefinite adjectives

    1. The indefinite adjective autre/autres (another, other, different)

      masculine feminine
    Singular  (un) autre  (une) autre
    Plural  (d') autres  (d') autres

    Examples:

    • Je voudrais essayer une autre robe. (I would like to try on another dress.)
    • Avez-vous d'autres livres? (Do you have any other books?)

    2. The indefinite adjective aucun/aucune...ne (no, any, a single, one single)

      masculine feminine
    Singular  aucun (...ne)  aucune (...ne)
    Plural  -   - 

    enlightenedPlease note that there are no plural forms for aucun. 

    Examples:

    • Aucun travail n'est trop difficile. (No work is too difficult.)
    • Aucun homme ne peut faire cela. (Not a single man can do that.)

    3. The indefinite adjective certain(e) (certain, some)

      masculine feminine
    Singular  certain  certaine
    Plural  certains  certaines

    Examples:

    • Une certaine Madame Dupont vous attend. (A certain Mrs. Dupont is waiting for you.)
    • Certaines situations sont difficiles, d'autres ne le sont pas. (Certain situations are difficult, others are not.)

    4. The indefinite adjective chaque (each, every)

      masculine feminine
    Singular  chaque  chaque
    Plural  chaque  chaque

    enlightenedPlease note that chaque is identical in the singular and plural form. 

    Examples:

    • Chaque personne a son pays. (Each person has his/her country.)
    • Il dit cela à chaque fois. (He says that every time.)

    5. The indefinite adjective quelque (a little, some, few, any kind of)

      masculine feminine
    Singular  quelque  quelque
    Plural  quelques  quelques

    Examples:

    • Il me reste quelque temps. (I have a little time left.)
    • Elle a acheté quelques livres. (She bought a few/some books.)

    6. The indefinite adjective tout (all, every, the whole)

      masculine feminine
    Singular  tout  toute
    Plural  tous  toutes

    enlightenedPlease bear in mind that tout can't be placed right in front of a noun. 

    There are various options that can be placed between tout and the noun:

    • definite articles (le, la, les) - toute la maison (the whole house)
    • demonstrative adjectives (ce, cette, ces, cettes) - toute cette maison (this whole house)
    • possessive adjectives (mon, ton, son, ma, ta,..) - toute sa maison (his whole house)

    Examples:

    • Toutes les chemises sont chéres. (All the shirts are expensive.)
    • Toute femme mérite cela. (Every woman deserves that.)

    Exercises

    Fill in the blank exercise about the indefinite adjectives in French I

    Fill in the blank exercise about the indefinite adjectives in French II