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French Prepositions and Conjunctions Overview
This is the French Prepositions and Conjunctions Overview.
The French prepositions and conjunctions are ordered according to the CEFR level scale.
What Are Prepositions and Conjunctions?
Prepositions are words that show a relation between other words in a sentence. Often, they show when or where something happened.
Here are some examples:
The toy is in the box.
The man is behind the woman.
I have been calling you since this afternoon.
Conjunctions are words that link other words, phrases, or clauses with each other.
Here’s an example of why conjunctions are so important:
I like him. I don’t like her.
I like him, but I don’t like her.
In A1 you will learn about the beginner’s principles of French XXX
In A2 you will learn about the elementary principles of French XXX
In B1 you will learn about the intermediate principles of French XXX
In B2 you will learn about the upper intermediate principles of French XXX
French a1: Prepositions and Conjunctions
How to say “in”
Prepositions and cities
Prepositions and regions/states/provinces
Prepositions and countries
Prepositions and transport
French a2: Prepositions and conjunctions
En versus Dans
[With versus In]
Pendant, Durant, Depuis, Pour
[How to express duration]
Descendre de/Monter dans
[To get off/on transportatation]
French B1: Prepositions and conjunctions
French B2: Prepositions and conjunctions
[so that/in order that]
French C1: Prepositions and conjunctions
Overview of French Linking Words