French Verb Conjugation: How to Use Connaitre and Savoir
Connaître and savoir are two French verbs that every student should get to know well.
Like its distinction between second-person pronouns tu and vous, French also makes a distinction between two different ways in which the speaker might know something, through the two verbs savoir and connaître.
Savoir is used for facts and information.
I know that Paris is in France. Je sais que Paris se trouve en France.
I know that two and two is four. Je sais que deux et
3 Life-Changing Reasons to Learn Korean
When it comes to learning a foreign language, Spanish, French, and Italian seem to be the most popular choices. While Korean may not be at the top of your list, there are several fantastic reasons to learn Korean.
In this guest post, Billy Go from Go! Billy Korean explains the benefits of learning Korean, and shares his tips to help you overcome three common challenges you may face on your Korean-language journey.
People often ask, "Why should I learn Korean?" I may be a bit biased
5 Sneaky (and Fun!) Ways to Study Spanish in Your Free Time
Looking for ways to study Spanish that don't involve conjugation exercises? Read on as Carmichael, CA Spanish tutor Joan B. shares her fun ideas for incorporating Spanish in your daily life...
Studying Spanish can be as simple as incorporating these sneaky (and fun!) methods, all of which are simple, quick, and designed to strengthen your knowledge and skills in Spanish. Make a goal to incorporate at least one of them into your daily life for 14 days straight, and youll see a diffe
The Korean Future Tense Part 4: The Future Presumptive
In part four of our four-part Korean grammar series on describing the future in Korean, language teacher Bryce J. explains how to use the future-presumptive tense in Korean.
Before you learn about the future-presumptive tense, make sure you review the other future tenses in Korean:
The Korean Future Tense Part 1: The Probable Future
The Korean Future Tense Part 2: Definite Future
The Korean Future Tense Part 3: Immediate Future
The Future Presumptive
Many people falsely assum
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