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French Verb Conjugation: How to Use Connaitre and Savoir

French Verb Conjugation: How to Use Connaitre and Savoir

  Connaître and savoir are two French verbs that every student should get to know well. Like its distinction between second-person pronouns “tu” and “vous,” French also makes a distinction between two different ways in which the speaker might know something, through the two verbs “savoir” and “connaître.” “Savoir” is used for facts and information. For example: I know that Paris is in France. Je sais que Paris se trouve en France. I know that two and two is four. Je sais que deux et … Read More

French Verb Conjugation: How to Use Connaitre and Savoir
  Connaître and savoir are two French verbs that every student should get to know well. Like its distinction between second-person pronouns “tu” and “vous,” French also makes a distinction between two different ways in which the speaker might know something, through the two verbs “savoir” and “connaître.” “Savoir” is used for facts and information. For example: I know that Paris is in France. Je sais que Paris se trouve en France. I know that two and two is four. Je sais que deux et
5 Helpful French Pronunciation Hacks for Beginners
Are you having trouble nailing your French accent? Below, French teacher Jinky B. explains how to sound like a  français or française in just five easy steps... The French have an undeniably distinct accent that can be difficult for non-native speakers to perfect. Nevertheless, it's not entirely impossible for non-natives to learn how to speak French. All it takes is some direction from your French teacher and a whole lot of practice. Below are five helpful French pronunciation h
Learn French Online: 5 YouTube Videos to Get You Started
These days it seems like guides to almost anything are available for free online, and learning French is no exception. While these videos are no substitute for taking French classes, practicing with these videos is a great way to study! How to Sound Like a Native French Speaker from TakeLessons This video by French teacher Mikayla helps you work on your pronunciation. As a beginner, ensuring that you're speaking with the correct French accent is crucial. You want to develop good habits rig
L'automne en France - French Vocabulary for Fall
Are you surrounded by dead leaves and pumpkin spice lattes yet? If so, that means it's fall! Here, French teacher Mikayla S. is ready to spice up your fall with some wonderful French vocabulary... The End of Summer La rentrée (the start of the school year, which takes place September 1st each year) in France is a big deal. It signifies the end of summer and the return to work and school. The French are very lucky in that they usually have five weeks of paid vacation. Most French take th
15 Funny French Phrases That'll Make You Giggle
  The French language has some pretty hilarious words and phrases. While the French did indeed produce some of the greatest writers, natives don't necessarily speak like the characters in novels. If you’re traveling to France or learning how to speak French, don’t look surprised when you hear some of the funny French phrases below. Here are 15 phrases that natives commonly use in conversation. 15 Funny French Phrases That'll Make You Giggle 1. “Ah, la vache!” Translation: Oh, my co

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