One of the best things about being a French teacher is seeing my students get excited about learning the language. And one of the most challenging aspects of learning French is mastering the subjunctive mood. But don’t worry, it’s not as difficult as it seems! There are only 10 irregular verbs in the French subjunctive mood, and I’m going to share them with you today. So read on, and learn how to use these tricky verbs like a pro! 🙂
I know that the French pronouns “en” and “y” are not always easy to use in French! Especially since you also need to know the French tonic pronouns and French indirect pronouns if you want to make sure you don’t make any mistakes.
In this post, I explain everything about the pronouns EN and Y. And as always, you’ll find the Little Bonus PDF with the lesson summary and exercises with the correction to practice.
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 !
So, you’re trying to learn French and you come across the words “dont” and “duquel”. They both look like they mean the same thing, but they don’t – so what’s the difference? Nestled within the complicated world of French grammar is this little gem – a duo of tiny words that can throw even the most seasoned student for a loop. Let’s take a closer look at these tricky little guys, and see if we can’t clear up any confusion.
Bonjour à tous ! I am sure many of you are currently in the process of studying for your DELF B1 exam. I know how daunting this task can be, but don’t worry, I am here to help. In this post, I will go over everything you need to know about the exam, from the format to the topics that will be covered. So whether you’re a first-time taker or a seasoned pro, read on for all the essential info!
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The French speak and write their own language in a way that is unique to them. The informal moment, when you speak with your colleagues or friends at the coffee machine for example, is often more important than official meetings. We will explore some of the secrets of speaking and writing informal French: what makes it different from English and how it can be applied in business settings.
The DELF or Diplôme d’Études en Langue Française is the official qualification certifying that a person has acquired advanced knowledge of French language. DELF’s are offered around the world by education centers, universities, and also DELF examination centers on all five continents. DELF examinations focus on four main areas: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. DELF examinations are composed of four tests corresponding to these areas. DELF is pronounced DEL-FÉ in French.
Are you studying French and trying to get a handle on all the different verb conjugations? Well, you’re not alone. It can be tough to keep track of all the different forms, especially when some of them seem to be traps just waiting to trip you up.
Here are 10 common French verbs conjugated in the present tense, along with some potential traps to watch out for. With a little practice, you’ll be speaking like a native in no time!