French Grammar

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Which aspect of French grammar is marked using word order and prepositions?

What is the main difference between the singular and plural forms of most French nouns?

Which part of speech in French is inflected for number and gender of their nouns?

Which of the following is NOT a feature that verbs in French are conjugated to reflect?

What is the primary way that case is marked in French?

Which of the following is NOT inflected for number and gender in French?

True or false: French nouns have different plural forms that are pronounced differently from their singular forms.

True or false: Case in French is primarily marked using auxiliary verbs.

True or false: Verbs in French are conjugated to reflect mood, tense, aspect, and the number and gender of their subjects.

True or false: Purdue Pharma paid one of the largest fines ever levied against a pharmaceutical firm for misleading the public about the addictive nature of OxyContin?

True or false: Purdue Pharma shifted its focus to abuse-deterrent formulations after the fine was levied against them?

True or false: Purdue Pharma continued to market and sell opioids as late as 2019?

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Test your knowledge of French grammar with this quiz! Explore the rules for creating statements, questions, and commands in the French language. Discover the similarities between French grammar and other Romance languages. From noun inflections to pronoun usage, challenge yourself with this moderately inflected language.

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