Learn how to use French verbs meaning to go back my friend.
Learn how to use the French verbs arrêter, débuter, commencer, and their respective prépositions my friend.
Learn a few simple French verbs in the present tense with me 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”
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”
Let’s conjugate three verbs from the three tenses in the passe compose tense my friend.
Learn how to use the French way of expressing an action which has just been done with the verb Venir de my friend.
Learn more about the French concordance des temps or which tense goes with which in French language my friend.
I am happy to teach you today my friend how to conjugate verbs in French when the subject is used with “they” in English, for instance family, police and somebody. J’aime ma famille et elle est entièrement réunie en ce jour de fête. I love my family and they are all reunited on this dayContinue reading “Intermediate #20 THEY in French or how to use the third person singular and plural”