Reading French books can be a fun way to practice the language while also learning French culture. Discover the novel “Le Chapeau de Mitterrand” in this free French lesson.
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Learn the most important French verbs to use in the kitchen, no matter the recipe! Whether you’re cooking in a pan or boiling an egg…
Did you know that some everyday objects get their French name from brands? Learn more about the origins behind this French vocabulary.
Learn about common, everyday French vocabulary words that come from specific French names. Improve your knowledge of French language and culture in this free lesson.
In this free French lesson, we’ll discover five funny French expressions – all using the word “chou”, which is the French word for cabbage. Learn how to say that something is ‘dead easy’, or to tell someone you’re ‘drawing a blank’.
Learn about French culture as it relates to ‘back to school’ season, including important French vocabulary children and adults can use to talk about this time of year.
Learn French vocabulary for the rooms of the house, like the French words for the living room, the garden, the attic, the cellar and more!
Master French grammar with my free French lessons. In this lesson, we look at “le futur proche”, or the French near future tense, including how and when to use it.
Learn some popular French sayings that involve French fruit names — from pommes (apples) to poires (pears) — with this free French lesson.
Visiting a French flea market (in Paris or beyond) and curious about the French vocabulary and cultural cues to expect? This lesson will show you the exciting world of ‘la brocante’ and its place in French culture.