French grammar

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French grammar is the is the rules about how to speak and write the French language. It is similar to the grammar of other Romance languages. French is moderately inflected. This means that some words change their form in different situations.

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  • Collins Easy Learning French Grammar and Practice (First ed.). Collins. 2011. ISBN 9780007391394