Christmas is coming soon!
Many Christmas traditions have been secularized: Santa Claus, Christmas trees, presents… Yet for more than a thousand years, the 25th of December has been first and foremost about Christian tradition.
Let’s dive into the French religious customs for that day.
Une chaise, un tabouret, une cravate, un sac à main… French nouns and adjectives are gendered – but it doesn’t follow any sense or logic.
Is there a way to guess if a noun is masculine or feminine at first glance ?
How would you build the feminine form of a masculine adjective ? Let’s try to find some rules for this part of French language.
Many famous women helped shape French history.
Great scientists, influent thinkers, talented artists or fierce war leaders, they left us their timeless legacy.
Let me tell you the story of a few of these amazing figures.
French plural seems to follow a simple rule—except when it doesn’t.
Like almost all parts of the language, it has its twists and turns, and tricky exceptions.
Even native speakers still make mistakes! Let’s find out the secret rules—the key to plurality.