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
Bonne Fête des Mères! French Vocabulary for Mother's Day
Here in the states, we celebrate Mother's Day on the second Sunday in May (psst that's May 10 this year!), but did you know that in France Mother's Day, known as la fête des mères, is celebrated either the last Sunday of May or the first Sunday in June? Despite the difference in timing, the French celebrate Mother's Day in many of the same ways we do, but with a few uniquely French touches.
First things first, if you want to celebrate this holiday as the French do, you'll need to know a bit o
6 Wonderful Blogs to Help You Learn French Online
Congratulations on deciding to learn to speak French! Your journey with this beautiful language is bound to be exciting, occasionally difficult, and ultimately rewarding.
As you practice the language and study with a French tutor, you should also consider following a few French blogs. Reading fresh updates from other language students and teachers will help you stay engaged in your studies and keep your enthusiasm for French alive. Plus you'll learn lots of fun stuff that might not be in your
Build Your French Vocabulary: How to Tell Time in French
For our last French vocabulary lesson, tutor Carol Beth L. taught us numbers, counting, and basic math. Now, it's time to put that knowledge to work with this lesson on telling time in French...
So, are you confident with your numbers in French yet? Telling time is a wonderful way to practice and is very helpful in everyday life! Let's start with a few basic words and phrases:
L'heure the time
Quelle heure est-il? What time is it?
(Say: Kel Ur
Il est ______ heures. It is _
Guest Podcast: One Thing In A French Day
You know the best way to learn French is to practice every day, but where should you start?
One of our favorite ways to study any language is listening to podcasts! Not only do you get the benefit of hearing spoken French, podcasts also contain interesting tidbits of vocabulary and culture you might not get in a textbook. And besides that, podcasts are simply fun.
One of our favorite French podcasts is One Thing In A French Day, a podcast that chronicles one woman's life in France and