French Verbs and Grammar: Le Passé Antérieur
How do you talk about the past of the past? French tutor Carol Beth L. shares this lesson on conjugating French verbs in le passé antérieur...
If you've studied French verbs for long enough, you've probably studied the passé composé and the imparfait to discuss events that took place in the past. But what do you do when you want to discuss events that happened before other past events?
Use the passé antérieur.
In English, this tense corresponds pretty closely to the past perfect, wh
8 Powerful Tips to Improve Spanish Reading Comprehension
Struggling with Spanish reading comprehension? Here are some helpful tips from Honolulu tutor Jinan B...
Are you intimidated by texts, magazines, or books in Spanish? Do you feel overwhelmed at the thought of reading and understanding written Spanish? The following tips will allow you to increase your Spanish reading comprehension and help you feel assured as you navigate new linguistic territory.
1. Notice the title and any photos or graphics in the text.
These things will give y
17 Useful French Expressions for Talking About Your Feelings
Quick -- how do you feel right now? Wouldn't it be fun to say that in French? In this article by French tutor Roman N., you'll learn how to express your feelings in French, no matter what the situation...
The French are very expressive people and they use a great number of interesting phrases to make their feelings known. I truly believe that learning them along with your regular French verbs and vocabulary will benefit you in many ways.
Thus, I created a couple of very cute
Italian Grammar Rules: How to Form Singular and Plural Nouns
Mastering Italian grammar can be difficult. Nonetheless, it's important if you want to become proficient in the Italian language. Below, Italian teacher Nadia B. shares some tips and tricks on how to form singular and plural nouns...
In Italian, its important to understand how to form singular and plural nouns. After all, nouns are a cornerstone of the Italian languageor any language for that matter.
Luckily, this Italian grammar rule is easy to master as it follows a certain pattern
Japanese Grammar for Beginners: Learn to Conjugate Japanese Verbs
If you're learning Japanese, here's some good news: Conjugating Japanese verbs is much easier than you think! Here, Ann Arbor, MI teacher Elaina R. shares some simple tips to help you conjugate Japanese verbs...
I love conjugating Japanese verbs. Why? In most romance languages, conjugations are based on tons of factors, including subject, number, and even gender.
For example, in Italian, "I am tired" is Io sono stanca; but if you are male, it's Io sono stanco. If there are several spea