Learn how to use the French verb Dépenser in all its meanings my friend.
Learn how to use the French prepositions à, pour, vers, par, sous, de and more within easy sentences my friend.
Read this French easy poem along with me my friend and improve your French pronounciation and vocabulary at the same time.
Today let’s see how to ask questions within a casual French conversation my friend.
Sometimes words are located between the subject and verb in such a way that they can make us forget who the subject of the verb really is.
Today I teach you how to use celui and celle with French sentences my friend.
Today I teach you how to use the French verb avoir l’air de or to look like my friend. avoir l’air avoir = to have air = air avoir l’air (de) = to look, to seem, to sound (like) J’ai l’air de quoi avec ce chapeau ? What do I look like in this hat?Continue reading “Beginner #36 French verb avoir l’air”
Today I teach you how to use quel for what/which in French sentences my friend.
Learn how to pronounce French properly when it comes to words ending in -ent and -ant my friend.
Today I teach you how to use French stress pronouns my friend. Pour parler des gens, nous utilisons les pronoms toniques. When we refer to people, we use stress pronouns. Tu déjeunes avec ta mère ? Oui, je déjeune avec elle. Are you having lunch with your mother? Yes, I’m having lunch with her. Travaillent-ilsContinue reading “Beginner #33 Stress pronouns in French”