Learn how to talk big numbers in French my friend.
Learn how to use motion verbs in French and which auxiliary to choose depending on the meaning of the verb my friend.
Learn how to use the French verbs partir, sortir and quitter my friend. partir quitter partir (de) to leave, go away quitter to leave (behind) Tu pars demain ? Are you leaving tomorrow? Demain nous sortons. C’est prévu. Tomorrow we go out. This is scheduled. Vous ne partirez pas de Nice sans lui dire auContinue reading “Intermediate #41 French verbs partir sortir quitter”
Let’s add a little bit of French poetry into our French learning my friend.
One of my students asked me why the idea of something being forbidden in French was sometimes used with the verb to be while at other times the verb to have was required. Let’s dive deeper into the French ways of expressing “c’est interdit” my friend.
Learn how to use “de” and “du” in front of French nouns my friend
Today let’s dive deep into the French verb to ask and its variations my friend. to ask in French demander demander une chose à une personne demander de l’argent, du temps à une personne se demander to ask a person something to ask someone for money, time to wonder Tu as toujours demandé à tesContinue reading “Intermediate #37 To ask in French with prepositions”
Today I teach you how to express How much and How many in French my friend.
Today I teach you two ways to convey the idea that something belongs to someone my friend.
Today I want to teach you the two meanings of “même” in French my friend.