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180+ Common French Words (Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, & More)!

180+ Common French Words (Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, & More)!

When studying any language, one effective method for learning is to study and memorize the most common words first. This can help you to understand situations more quickly than if you're learning vocabulary from random sources. Here, we'll share a list of common French words broken down into seven parts of speech: personal pronouns, articles, conjunctions, nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. Let's get started! The List of 182 Basic French Words For Every Beginner Common French Personal P … Read More

180+ Common French Words (Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, & More)!
When studying any language, one effective method for learning is to study and memorize the most common words first. This can help you to understand situations more quickly than if you're learning vocabulary from random sources. Here, we'll share a list of common French words broken down into seven parts of speech: personal pronouns, articles, conjunctions, nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. Let's get started! The List of 182 Basic French Words For Every Beginner Common French Personal P
French Grammar Rules: Conjugating Verbs in "Le Futur" Tense
French verbs come in many tenses. Lucky for you, French tutor Carol Beth L. is back with a lesson on conjugating verbs in the future tense... So you know how to conjugate regular verbs and some irregular verbs in le présent. You are also familiar with the passé composé, and maybe even the imparfait. But when you're speaking French, you don't just need to talk about what you did yesterday and today. You also need to talk about what you will do tomorrow! Among French verb tenses, le futur b
22 MORE Useful French Phrases for Striking Up a Conversation
Casual conversations with French speakers are a great way to practice your language skills! Here, tutor Beth L. shares 22 useful French phrases that will come in handy…   When learning a new language, it's important to keep on talking -- and listening -- to practice your new skills. If you've already learned basic conversational phrases, now it's time to move on to some more interesting conversation topics! To help you practice and prompt your new French-speaking friends, below
How to Greet Someone in France | 15 French Phrases to Know
How much do you know about French greetings and salutations? Learn the do's, don'ts, and phrases to know in this post by French tutor Jinky B...   Traveling to a foreign country can be quite exciting. For French learners, maybe you have your eye on Paris, Versailles, or Nice. This is your opportunity to explore the culture and really use all the French that you've been learning and practicing! But all the preparation may come to a startling halt if you’re not sure how to app
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

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