Liaisons in French
- By Naturellement Français
- On 24/01/2016
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French pronunciation sometimes seems to be hard because of liaisons.
When a French word ends in consonant, it is normally silent. In some cases, the final consonant can liaise and be pronounced with the next word begins with a vowel : that’s a liaison.
Here are, in the French post, rules about the required liaisons and the forbidden liaisons which should never happen.
We hope it will be helpful.