How can I improve my French accent?

Bonjour French students! Je suis votre professeur de français. Today, I want to talk to you about how to improve your French pronunciation. There are lots of great tips here, so pay attention! By the end of this post, you'll be pronouncing French like a native speaker. Let's get started!

If you’re looking to improve your French pronunciation, you’ve come to the right place! In this post, I’ll give you some tips on how to make your speech more fluid and natural-sounding. Keep in mind that there’s no one perfect way to speak French – everyone has their own accent and intonation. But with a bit of practice, you’ll be able to speak like a true francophone! Bonne chance!

How do you practice French writing?

If you're a student of French, you know that writing is one of the hardest skills to practice. But don't worry - I've got some tips for you that will make the process a little easier. Keep reading to learn more!

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!

What English words are from French?

As a French teacher, I'm always amused when I hear English words that originated from French. It's funny to think that some of our most common words were actually born in France! So today, I want to share with you some of the most popular English words that came from French. Enjoy!

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…

French all-purpose words

In today's lesson, we will be discussing French all-purpose words. As you know, French has many words that can be used in a variety of situations. In this post, we will take a look at some of the most commonly used ones. So without further ado, let's get started!

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!

French Gastronomy

If there's one thing I've learned in my years of teaching French, it's that the French know how to eat. They take their time with meals, savoring each bite and enjoying good conversation with friends and family. If you're looking to emulate their dining habits, here are a few tips to get you started.

When it comes to food, the French know how to do things right. From baguettes and cheese to wine and dessert, the French have mastered the art of cuisine. So what is their secret? How do they eat so well? In this blog post, we’ll show you how to eat like a French person – and enjoy some of the best food in the world!
Bon appétit !

French Indirect Pronouns (lui, leur…)

Do you know how to use French indirect pronouns? If not, don't worry! Your teacher is here to help. In this post, I'll teach you about the different forms of French indirect pronoun (lui, leur) and how to use them in a sentence. Let's get started!

As a French teacher, I am always looking for new and engaging ways to help my students learn the language. Recently, I stumbled upon a trick for helping students remember French indirect pronouns (lui, leur). It’s so simple, but it works like a charm! Want to know what it is? Keep reading!

French figure of speech: Periphrase

As a French teacher, I am always on the lookout for new and interesting ways to help my students learn the language. Let's talk about the periphrase – a figure of speech that is used in French Conversation. Though it can be tricky to use, the periphrase is a great way to add flavor and nuance to your conversation. In this blog post, I will explain what the periphrase is, and give you some examples of how to use it. Stay tuned for more tips on learning French!

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!

Learn French for TEF

When I was asked to write a blog post on how to prepare for the TEF, I was a little surprised. I mean, how hard could it be to learn French? But then I realized that, as a teacher, I have come across many students who are trying to take the test and don't quite know where to start. So here it is – my guide on how to ace the TEF and prove your French skills! Bonne chance!

If you want to score well on the TEF, then it’s important to learn French! This blog post is here to help you out with that. In it, you’ll find some of the most important tips and tricks for learning French and optimize your learning for the TEF. So, what are you waiting for? Start studying today!

French Bastille Day: July 14th

Hey students! Do you know what day it is today? No, not Monday. It's Bastille Day! Also known as French National Day, this holiday celebrates the storming of the Bastille prison in Paris on July 14th, 1789. So put on your berets and striped shirts and join me in celebrating all things French! Vive la France! Et bonne fête à tous les Francais! (Happy Bastille Day to all my French-speaking friends!) 😃

Hey, students of French! (And everyone else, too!) Did you know that Bastille Day is coming up on July 14th? In case you’re not familiar with it, Bastille Day is a major French holiday that commemorates the storming of the Bastille prison in Paris back in 1789. There will be lots of celebrations going on all over France, so if you get a chance, be sure to check it out! Vive la France!