Advanced #66 Past participle agreements with Avoir auxiliary

When the direct object of a verb in a composed tense is placed immediately before the verb instead of afterwards, the past participle will take into account the number and gender of that direct complement, even though the auxiliary is not ETRE but AVOIR.

Intermediate #66 French verbs followed by the preposition à and an infinitive

Some French verbs can be followed by an infinitive, but do not forget the preposition “à” my friend.

Beginner #66 French Je suis

Learn how to conjugate the French verbs être and suivre my friend. être je suis tu es il est nous sommes vous êtes ils sont  j’ai été tu as été il a été nous avons été vous avez été ils ont été je serai tu seras il sera nous serons vous serez ils seront suivre Continue reading “Beginner #66 French Je suis”

Intermediate #64 4 French tenses on 1 timeline

Learn how to differentiate betwwen two tenses in the past and two tenses in the future in French my friend.

Beginner #60 French tenses past present future

Learn how to conjugate French verbs in the past, present and future my friend.

Beginner #55 2 French verbs for to go back

Learn how to use French verbs meaning to go back my friend.

Advanced #44 French verbs Arrêter Débuter + prepositions

Learn how to use the French verbs arrêter, débuter, commencer, and their respective prépositions my friend.

Beginner #43 Conjugate verbs in French

Learn a few simple French verbs in the present tense with me my friend.

Intermediate #41 French verbs partir sortir quitter

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”

Beginner #36 French verb avoir l’air

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”