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6 Wonderful Blogs to Help You Learn French Online

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 … Read More

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
Quiz: Can You Spot These French False Cognates?
False cognates, or faux amis, are French words that look like English words but mean completely different things. Take the false cognate quiz to see how many of these French false cognates you can pick out! Thanks for taking the quiz, and be sure to keep studying with our French verb guide or get help from a private tutor. How did you score? Tell us how you did in the comments below!   Interested in Private Lessons? Search thousands of teachers for local and live, online l
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
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 Je vais Tu vas Il/Elle va Nous allons Vous allez Ils/Elles vont Past Participle – allé avoir - to have J'ai Tu as Il/Elle a Nous avons Vous avez Ils/Elles ont Past Participle – eu dire - to say, to tell Je
French Grammar Rules: Reading Le Passé Simple
There is one French verb tense that you will likely only come across in literature, the passé simple. French tutor Carol Beth L. shows you how to recognize and understand this tense... The passé simple is a unique tense in the French language. Perhaps one or two centuries ago, it was commonly used like the simple past in English. For example: J'allai au magasin. I went to the store. Je couru deux kilometres. I ran two kilometers. The passé simple is similar to the simple past i

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