New expressions you should be using
Without Learning Any French
If you can say it you can understand it.
Tips, hacks and tricks.
Appliances, utensils and other useful stuff
Not So Much For Us
...and not La Salle De Bains
Try this to practice your French
And how they translate into French
A few questions to get you started.
A few rudimentary words to be used properly
A few expressions that make you sound French.
Don’t be afraid to speak up!
And what we can learn from them.
Knowing your numbers is more important than you think...
Il fait un froid de canard!
Expressions you need at the drop of a hat.
Expressions I find myself using a lot...
Some words just sound funny...
Take Advantage of Spring
Some opposites do attract
Come take a walk down French lane...
or Man Bag
Small Talk for the Elevator or Grocery Store
How to Avoid the Unexpected
Just add a French accent, and voilà!
Pick-up lines in French and how to respond .
Expressions of love & nicknames.
Personalities, stuff you like and... hair.
Interjections To Pull Out of Your Pocket
Tomorrow, yesterday, everyday. No more confusion, just a few reptitions and it will become second nature.
Add a pronoun to these verbs to broaden your horizons
and a few other things we always mix-up
Be careful of fake friends...
Listen for keywords to get it right
Sometimes short and sweet is better...
Using adverbs, which so aptly enrich our speech, are definitely a sign that you are becoming fluent.
After, again and all can be a little tricky to translate...
When you have a conversation in English you are engaged, but often listening intently can make you seem rude and aloof.
Translating word for word doesn’t always have the desired effect; it’s time to start thinking in French.
Silent s's make a lot of noise when they run into vowels. They take on a whole new persona...
Or, how to learn the imperative...
It is: the two most difficult words to translate into French.
Faire is the go-to of French verbs,,,
There are a few rules to determine gender, but go with the ones without a zillion exceptions.
Settle it once and for all! Never stumble again into or from again...
Using our unique lemon scale, learn a few choice words or expressions in French to keep you out of trouble .
Resist the urge to translate I’m excited and check out some of our alternatives
Stressed pronouns are the moi, and toi you’ve heard, but may not always know when to use...
The misuse of articles is one of the frequent mistakes people make.