Learn Language Online: French Links of the Week 8/21/2015
Bon weekend! To kick off your French-learning fun, here are the best and most interesting Francophile links from around the web.
3 Fun and Common French Idioms With Animals - Camille Chevalier-Karfis
Idioms in other languages are endlessly intriguing, and these three French expressions are no exception. What do you think "les poules aurant des dents" (the hens have teeth) could mean?
6 Tips on How to Read in French Like a Boss - Frédéric Bibard
Learning to read in a second langua
The Korean Future Tense Part 2: Definite Future
As you learn Korean, you will come across different ways to describe future events. To make things easier, we've divided the future tense in Korean into a few different parts. Here, Minneapolis, MN Korean teacher Bryce J. explains how to describe future events in Korean...
Now that you've learned how to describe the probable future, or events that may occur, let's move on to another aspect of Korean grammar, the definite future.
The definite future tense, or polite present tense, is us
French Vocabulary List: Food, Cooking, and Meals
Feeling hungry for more French vocabulary? French tutor Carol Beth L. shares the words and phrases you'll need to enjoy a fine meal in French...
Are you un chef (a cook) on par with Disney's "Ratatouille"? You'd better be if you want to compete with the best of French cuisine! If not, go sample a little cuisine as un gourmand (one who enjoys eating a lot) or un gourmet (one who enjoys fine delicacies) or perhaps as both! Here are some French vocabulary terms you should know on your path
Moving to France: Honest Advice From Expats Living in France
Congratulations, youve finally made the decision to move to France. Now comes the hard part, getting you and your stuff there.
If you thought making the decision the leave your friends and family was hard, youve got another thing coming. Moving to Franceor any foreign country for that matterisnt easy.
After all, youre moving to a country where you dont speak the language and youre mostly unfamiliar with the customs and culture.
Lucky for you, weve interviewed seve
Guest Podcast from French Blabla: How to Use (or Avoid Using) the French Subjunctive
For many language students, the French subjunctive, or le subjonctif, is one of the trickiest French verbs to master. It can leave you with such a headache that you'll wonder, is it possible to avoid using the French subjunctive all together?
In this guest podcast, Caroline from French Blabla reveals several simple conversation hacks that will help you use the French subjunctive correctly, or avoid the need to use le subjonctif in the first place. Quelle bonne idée!
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