French language, French regional languages, French dialects, French patois… But what exactly are you talking about?

Did you know that there are over 70 different French dialects spoken in France? That's a lot of variations on one language! Many of these dialects are dying out, but some are still thriving. In this blog post, we'll take a look at some of the most common French dialects and their distinguishing features. So whether you're a beginner or an experienced speaker, be sure to check out this post for a little more insight into the fascinating world of French linguistics!

Hey students! Looking to learn more about the French language? You’re in luck, because I’m here to talk to you about all the different types of French.
There’s Standard French, which is spoken in France and other francophone countries. Then there are the regional languages, which are dialects that are specific to certain parts of France. And finally, there are the patois, which are even more localized dialects that can be quite difficult to understand.
So whether you’re planning on traveling to France or just want to sound like a native speaker, make sure you learn all about these different varieties of French!

How are French DELF B2 students graded?

DELF B2 students, how are you graded? Some people might think that it is just a straight A, B, C system. However, there are many more aspects to grading than meets the eye! Let me share with you some of the techniques that I use in order to grade your work. One thing to keep in mind is that I am always looking for progress. So even if you get a lower grade on a piece of work, as long as you can show me that you have made improvement since your last submission then I will be happy. :)

If you’re studying for the DELF B2 exam, you’re probably wondering how you’ll be graded. Will your spelling and grammar mistakes count against you? What about your pronunciation?
In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the grading system used for DELF B2 exams. We’ll also give some helpful tips on how to do well on the test. Keep reading to find out more!

5 French idioms with everyday objects

Everyone knows that idioms are a big part of the French language. idioms add color and flavor to our conversations, and make us sound more like native speakers. But idioms can be difficult to learn, especially if you don’t know what they mean. In this article, we will explore 5 common idioms in French, and explain what they mean. We will also provide examples of how to use these idioms in your everyday conversation.

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!

How to ask a question in French? The different types of questions that can be asked in French

In order to ask a question in French, you will need to know how to form a question. In addition, you will also need to be familiar with the various types of questions that can be asked in French. There are three main types of questions in French: yes/no questions, subject-verb questions, and object-verb questions. Each type of question has its own unique structure. In this article, we will discuss each type of question in detail and provide examples for each one.

In French, as in any language, it’s important to know how to ask questions. This can be tricky for students who are new to the language, but with a little practice you’ll be able to ask all sorts of questions. In this blog post we’ll look at some common question words and phrases, and show you how to use them in different types of questions. Let’s get started!

French are inventors

Imagine a world where the airplane, the jeans, the movie theater, the aspirin, the bra, the Sim card, the sketchbook, the aquarium, the camera function of your cell phone or the tin can would not exist (sounds like a surrealist poem!)
Not really conceivable, is it? Well, without French inventors, all these revolutionary developments might never have seen the light of day!
And you thought that the Hexagon was only the country of gastronomy, culture, art of living and the Tour de France… Let’s take a closer look at it all!

Why do the French love to demonstrate?

The French are often thought to be a people who love to take to the streets in protest. This may or may not be true, but what is certain is that the French have a long and proud history of civil unrest and uprisings. Let's take a closer look at some of the most famous demonstrations in French history.

I don’t know about you, but I always love when my French students demonstrate in class. It’s just so entertaining to see them passionately waving their flags and chanting about whatever it is they’re protesting. What makes the French so drawn to these demonstrations? Why do they love to protest? And what are the consequences of all this protesting? Stay tuned for my thoughts on the matter…