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Introduction to French Grammar: How to Ask a Question

Introduction to French Grammar: How to Ask a Question

In French, like in English, you can often make a statement into a question just by raising your voice at the end. However, that's not the only way the French might pose a question, and as you learn French you're likely to come across many other variations. It's a good idea to get all the other forms of interrogative sentence under your belt as well. 1. Question words. Just like English, French question words can be used to start off a sentence you want to turn into a question. These words take … Read More

Introduction to French Grammar: How to Ask a Question
In French, like in English, you can often make a statement into a question just by raising your voice at the end. However, that's not the only way the French might pose a question, and as you learn French you're likely to come across many other variations. It's a good idea to get all the other forms of interrogative sentence under your belt as well. 1. Question words. Just like English, French question words can be used to start off a sentence you want to turn into a question. These words take
10 French Grammar Mistakes You're Probably Making
Mastering all of the French grammar rules can be tricky for beginner students. Below, French teacher Carol Beth L. shares 10 French grammar mistakes you're probably making... Making mistakes is inevitable when you're learning a new language. After all, you're learning complex grammar rules, difficult pronunciation, and long lists of vocabulary words. Students often make the same French grammar mistakes over and over again. Being aware of these common grammar mistakes will help you avoi
How to Prepare for Your First Italian Online Lesson
Are you considering learning Italian? While it's possible to learn Italian independently, you'll have much better and faster results working with an experienced teacher. While working with a tutor has many advantages, one of the biggest benefits they provide is being able to correct your pronunciation and grammar before you develop bad habits. Some students are worried about the time or costs associated with in-person lessons. Thanks to the Internet, however, you can take lessons online. No
Jet Set to Japan: The Top 10 Japan Travel Blogs
If you're studying Japanese, you may be preparing for an upcoming trip to Japan. Traveling to Japan is an unforgettable experience, but if you want to make the most of your trip, you have to prepare in advance. Here are 10 Japan travel blogs to help you plan ahead for your upcoming trip. 1. Only in Japan Only in Japan covers nearly every popular and traditional aspect of the country and culture. From manga to beaches to backpacking, you will be well prepared for your trip if you read th
10 Things I Wish I Knew Before Moving to Germany
Are you moving to Germany for a job, a significant other, or simply a change of scenery? Whatever the reason, moving to Germany—or any foreign country for that matter—is downright terrifying. Not only are you away from your closest friends and family, but you’re living in a country you know little about. Sure you’ve read all the travel books and even learned some German, but nothing can prepare you for the adventure in which you’re about to embark. Lucky for you, we’ve interviewed s

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