How do you practice your French writing skills? If you’re like most students, you probably don’t get to do a lot of writing in class. So how can you improve your skills outside of class? One way is to find online resources that can help you practice. In this blog post, we’ll share some of our favorite resources for practicing French writing. We’ll also give you some tips for using these resources effectively. Keep reading to learn more!
As a French teacher, I’m always looking for fun and interesting ways to teach my students about the French language. And one of my favorite figure of speech is the periphrase. This is a type of phrasing where you use a roundabout way of saying something in order to add flavor or nuance to your words. For example, instead of saying “la France”, you might say “l’Hexagone” which sounds much more poetic. So if you’re ever looking to impress your friends or loved ones with your linguistic prowess, be sure to give the periphrase a try!
Pleonasm is a figure of speech in French which occurs when an author uses more words than necessary to express an idea. This can make your writing sound a little clunky, but don’t worry, it’s not hard to avoid pleonasm once you know what it is! In this blog post, I’ll explain what pleonasm is and give you some examples so that you can start avoiding it in your own writing.
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When you’re learning a new language, it’s important to make sure that you don’t make any common mistakes.
Unfortunately, French students often make the same mistake when they start writing in their new language – they forget to conjugate the verb correctly to its subject.
So today, we’re going to take a look at the most common mistakes made with verb and its subject, and teach you how to avoid them. Let’s get started!
As a French teacher, I often come across students who struggle with their writing. Sometimes, it’s because their grammar isn’t quite right; other times, it’s because they can’t find the right words. In today’s blog post, I’m going to share twelve top tips to help you write better French. So whether you’re struggling with your spelling or your syntax, keep reading for some great advice!
Textbooks are a necessary evil in any language learning program. But, even though they can be a little dry at times, they do offer some great benefits that you can’t get from other resources. In this post, I’ll discuss three of the main advantages to using textbooks when you’re learning French. So, if you’re on the fence about using one, keep reading! You might just change your mind…