If you’re a student of French, you know that the language is full of idiomatic expressions. Idiomatic expressions are phrases that don’t have a literal translation, and they can be difficult to understand if you don’t know what they mean. In this blog post, we’ll explore 10 French idiomatic expressions with animals. These expressions will help you sound like a native speaker and make your French conversations more interesting. So let’s get started!
As a French teacher, I often get asked about French vocabulary related to drinks. So, today, I thought I would share some of the most common words and expressions related to drinks in French! Keep reading for a list of terms that will help you order your favorite beverage like a pro in France! Bonne dégustation !
Je parle français. Vous aussi? (I speak French. Do you too?) Learning French can be so much fun when you realize just how many English words are actually from the French language! In fact, nearly one-third of all English words come from French! Here are just a few examples of everyday English words that originally came from the beautiful language of France…
It’s no secret that French all-purpose words can come in handy when you don’t know the exact word you need. But did you know there are actually quite a few of them? In this blog post, we’ll go over some of the most common French all-purpose words and show you how to use them in context. So read on to learn more!
Many students planning to travel to France are interested in learning some useful French vocabulary words related to travel. After all, it can be helpful to be able to ask for directions or order food in the local language. Here are a few of the most important phrases for travel in French. Bon voyage!
To learn a foreign language, especially one as complex as French, you need all the help you can get. And what could be more helpful than personalized flashcards with vocabulary that pertains specifically to you? In this post, I’ll show you how to make your own French flashcards – and it’s easier than you might think! So why wait? Start learning today!
In case you didn’t know, idioms are expressions in a language that mean something different from the words that make them up. For example, « to have a green thumb » doesn’t mean to have a thumb of the color green- it means to be good at gardening. Today, we’re going to learn about five French idioms that use everyday objects. Most of these idioms are pretty funny, so stay tuned!
If you’ve ever been to France, then you know that the French know how to eat. But if you haven’t been to France, don’t worry – I’m here to show you how to eat like a Frenchie. It’s not as hard as it seems; all you need is a little bit of practice and a lot of determination. So get ready to start eating like the best of them!
Bon appétit !