Saturday night fever anyone? If you’re ready to own the dancefloor and in the process improve your French language skills, then this article is for you. Enjoy these 15 French Music Playlists.
Now you know how to introduce yourself and other people in French and how to talk about yourself. In this article, we will focus on work related vocabulary in French. Would you like to learn how to discuss professions and jobs? This article will introduce you to many French words about jobs. Here is a practical list of […]
With all the technology at our fingertips, it is now easier than ever to learn French. There are so many ways to improve your French language skills that the hardest part might be to decide which one to choose. You have easy access to French TV shows, to movies, apps, music, books, newspapers and more.
In previous blog posts, we’ve learned how to introduce yourself, how to talk about yourself, family and friends. The next logical step is physical descriptions. Even as a beginner, you will find it useful to be able to describe yourself and other people. Here is how you can describe someone in French including physical & personality […]
J’habite au Canada. Et non, je ne vis pas dans igloo! I live in Canada. And no, I do not live in an igloo (I am just half joking here ;-). Today, we will take a closer look at French verbs. You know those annoying words, that you must know and use in order to […]
Learn French words is easy they say. Well not for everyone and most certainly not all French words are created equal. Yet one cannot deny its importance from the moment you decide to learn the language. When you are just starting, you can’t go far without 100+ French words up your sleeves. Luckily you can […]
You’ve been working hard for weeks. But French grammar lessons aren’t always fun. You know what is fun? These 15 simple ways to practice French this month. 15 Simple Ways to Practice French This Month (March Edition) Tools & Resources To Try Try out one of the best tools and resources to learn French this […]
You can now start a conversation in French. Wonderful! I am giving you a virtual high five l’ami(e). Now, do you have what it takes to keep the conversation flowing? If you don’t this article will help you take the next step forward. Who are the most important people in your life? Family and friends […]
This question is from one of our Facebook fans and it is a good one. What’s the difference between “emmener” and “apporter”? Let’s find out!
“Je suis excité” is a commonly debated phrase among French language learners and even native speakers. For some it means being aroused, while others don’t think so. In this article, you will find out what it means and how to say “I am excited” in French.