12 Classic French Movies (and Movie Series) All Students Need to See
Nothing beats relaxing with a great film while you practice your French! French tutor Carol Beth shares her favorite French movies for students...
Watching movies is a great way to maintain and expand your knowledge of French, and there are quite a few enjoyable French movies out there. The following list covers many of the most well-known films that students should check out.
The list begins with the most tame movies and progresses to those that include romantic themes (or scenes)
The Ultimate Guide to Major Japanese Dialects
If you live in the United States, youve probably noticed that someone from New Jersey doesnt speak the same way as someone from California. This is because of dialects, or forms of language developed and used in specific regions.
These dialects differ not only in accent but in vocabulary, grammatical structure, and slang (from yall in the South to hella in Northern California).
The same is true in Japan. A majority of Japanese students are familiar with the type of Japanese spo
5 French Speaking Countries You Can Visit Besides France
Ready to travel and kick your study of French into high gear? French tutor Jackie A. shares her suggestions for where to plan your next vacation...
When you started learning French I'd bet your friends and family asked you Why?!? You can't use that anywhere else besides France! When are you ever going to use that?!? Well, I'm here to help you tell those not so blissfully ignorant loved ones just where you CAN use your French!
As many Americans know, Quebec is the French spe
List of 100+ Common Irregular French Verbs
Did you know that not all French verbs follow the regular rules? Keep reading to brush up on some of the most common, irregular verbs in French. We'll list over a hundred unique verbs that all French students should know.
Common Irregular French Verbs
aller - to go
Past Participle allé
avoir - to have
Past Participle eu
dire - to say, to tell
Tips for Learning English in the U.S. | A Glimpse Through the Eyes of a Recent Immigrant
For immigrants new to the U.S., the challenge of learning a second language can be tough. With so many options available, what's the best way to learn English? Read on as San Jose, CA tutor Gina C. shares her tips...
I recently interviewed Francy M., who arrived from Columbia seven months ago. Francy started studying English in her home country in high school, but only a little; now, she knows she needs to learn to speak and understand English if she hopes to work in the U.S., so she made tha