Intermediate #51 Y and déjà in French

Learn how to use y and déjà within whole French sentences my friend.

Intermediate #50 French lesson au détriment de

Learn how to use the French “au détriment de” my friend. This is an intermediate French lesson from a French native speaker.

Which dictionary to use to learn French?

I recommend you buy or borrow a dictionary written by French people for French people to learn French my friend.

Intermediate #39 French for It is forbidden

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.

Beginner #38 French grammar tips subject with verb

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.

Advanced #36 French adjective new

Today I teach you two ways of saying new in French my friend.

Intermediate #28 – Time periods in French pour, pendant, depuis

What is the difference in French between Pour Depuis and Pendant?

Beginner #23 French vocabulary lesson around the rooms of the house or Les pièces de la maison

Learn how to name each room of your house in French language with complete phrases to practice pronunciation with me my friend! une pièce une chambre une salle a room and a bedroom a meeting room Je suis dans le salon. I am in the living room. Tu es dans la cuisine. You are inContinue reading “Beginner #23 French vocabulary lesson around the rooms of the house or Les pièces de la maison”

Intermediate #20 THEY in French or how to use the third person singular and plural

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”