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Regular French verbs are among the most common verbs you will come across as you study French. You'll notice that regular verbs come in three types: verbs ending in -er, verbs ending in -ir, and verbs ending in -re. To help you get a leg up in your studies, here is a list of over one hundred regular -er, -ir, and -re verbs. Common Regular -Er Verbs Here are the endings for regular -er verbs: Je - e Tu - es Il/Elle - e Nous - ons Vous - ez Ils/Elles - ent Past Participle - … Read More
List of 100+ Common Regular French Verbs
Regular French verbs are among the most common verbs you will come across as you study French. You'll notice that regular verbs come in three types: verbs ending in -er, verbs ending in -ir, and verbs ending in -re. To help you get a leg up in your studies, here is a list of over one hundred regular -er, -ir, and -re verbs. Common Regular -Er Verbs Here are the endings for regular -er verbs: Je - e Tu - es Il/Elle - e Nous - ons Vous - ez Ils/Elles - ent Past Participle -
Everything You Need to Know About Japanese Honorifics
When you're learning to speak Japanese, you will come across some suffixes used to address people called honorifics. While these may seem confusing at first, they aren't that difficult to learn. Here, Ann Arbor, MI teacher Elaina R. breaks down Japanese honorifics for beginners...  Japanese honorifics aren’t as scary as they seem. Think of them like the English title prefixes (Miss, Sir, Dr., etc.). Japanese honorifics are simply a collection of suffixes that get tacked on to the end of n
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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
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If you're taking Japanese lessons, you probably want to know how to study smarter, not harder. Maximize your learning with these study tips from language teacher Elaina R... Japan has a lot to offer: great food, interesting culture, and wonderful sightseeing. As a result, lots of English speakers want to learn Japanese. Unfortunately, Japanese isn't always easy to learn. Not only are there new phonetics and grammar; the written language consists of thousands of intricate characters. So

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