Help with French 'Grammar Cards'

Hi all, I came across Gabriel's website and book a month or two ago and decided very quickly that I'd found an incredibly effective system for learning languages, one that makes a lot of sense to me. Anyway, to cut to the chase, I dived straight in and installed Anki on all my devices, and bought the French Pronunciation Trainer and Word List. Since then I've spent at least 30 minutes a day studying with the Pronunciation & Minimal Pairs Trainer, and with my own deck, that I'm creating slowly but surely from the Word List. My question..... From here I know the next step in the not too distant future will be to commence with Grammar, and making the associated cards. I bought the two beginners books suggested by Gabe but I'm not sure how or where to start. Can it literally be anywhere? I found this great write up on German Grammar cards ( ) and wondered if there was one on French? Any help would be gratefully received. Cheers, Glen

* Originally posted by glen.ross1.

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  • Hi Glen,

    Thanks for reaching out! While we don't have an identical post for French, I think this link might help:

    If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask!

    Best wishes,
    Fluent Forever Team

    * Originally posted by Hillary Jackson.
  • Hi Glen,

    Thank you for your message.
    We have the following page compiled for French:

    Best wishes,

    * Originally posted by Aleks Lemezovic.
  • Thanks for your replies Hillary & Aleks. I'll let you know how I get on with these, and if I have any more questions.


    * Originally posted by glen.ross1.

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