Quiz Yourself: Are You An Expert In Irregular French Verbs?
The French language is notorious for its many irregularities and exceptions to rules, especially when it comes to these irregular verbs.
You've been studying them, but how well do you really know these tricky French verbs in the present tense? Test your knowledge and find out which verbs could use some more practice.
How did you do? Check out our French Verb Guide for more help studying French grammar and show off your score in the comments below!
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Guest Podcast from French Blabla: How to Use (or Avoid Using) the French Subjunctive
For many language students, the French subjunctive, or le subjonctif, is one of the trickiest French verbs to master. It can leave you with such a headache that you'll wonder, is it possible to avoid using the French subjunctive all together?
In this guest podcast, Caroline from French Blabla reveals several simple conversation hacks that will help you use the French subjunctive correctly, or avoid the need to use le subjonctif in the first place. Quelle bonne idée!
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Common German Phrases and Etiquette Tips for Dining Out
Do you want to explore what Germany's restaurant scene has to offer? Below, German teacher Tyler S. shares some common German phrases and etiquette tips to ensure you have a delicious and enjoyable meal...
Imagine youre in Germany dining out for the first time. You excitedly enter through the restaurants front door, take a quick look around, and wait at what appears to be the host stand.
If you wait to be seated in this manner, youll be waiting a long time. In almost every German re
The Korean Future Tense Part 1 : Describing the Probable Future
As you progress in your Korean lessons, you will learn different ways to describe different events in the past, present, and future. Here's a look at the Korean future tense with Minneapolis, MN teacher Bryce J...
Some linguists argue that there actually isn't a Korean future tense, but that doesn't mean there is no way to talk about future events. In fact, there are actually five ways to describe the future in Korean: probable future, definite future, promissory future, intentional futu
5 Most Difficult Italian Grammar Rules Made Simple
Are you ready for a lesson in Italian grammar? Below, Italian teacher Liz T. breaks down the five most difficult Italian grammar rules...
Learning Italian can be difficult, not to mention overwhelming for new students. Many students are afraid of tackling Italian grammar, as it can be complex and confusing at first.
If you take the time to learn Italian grammar, however, you're much more likely to understand what you're actually saying, hearing, reading, and writing.
Below, we break