Café au lait, café crème, café noir. Do any of these sound familiar? These are all types of coffee that can be found in France. What may not be so familiar to some is the way that French people drink their coffee. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the different ways that French people enjoy their coffee, whether it’s at a café or at home. So pour yourself a cup and join us as we explore the world of French coffee!
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In French, as in English, there are prepositions that indicate time. But, in French, the prepositions are different than in English. So, if you’re a French student and you want to know how to express time in French correctly, you’ve come to the right place! In this blog post, I’ll teach you all about the different prepositions of time in the French language. Stay tuned!
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 !
Some people think that French is just a « silly language » because the position of pronouns and negation words can seem a bit strange at first. However, once you understand the rules, French can be just as logical as any other language! In this post, I’ll explain how to place pronouns and negation words in French sentences. So if you’re ready to learn some fun facts about this « silly » language, keep reading!
Here is an essential question to which one must absolutely know the answer when studying French: does the French manicure come from France?
There’s a lot of debate over where the French manicure actually came from. Some say France, while others claim it originated in the United States. So, who’s right? The answer may surprise you…
Are you gearing up to take the DELF French exam? Fear not, my young learner! I am here to provide you with some FAQ on this popular test. In this blog post, I will answer some of the most commonly asked questions about the DELF French exam. So, read on and get all the info you need to ace this test! Bonne chance !