Whether you’re gobbling down your food or enjoying it slowly, there are many French verbs for eating. Learn how to use them properly in this free French lesson for intermediate learners.
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Learn these common French expressions that use the French word “ménage”, and understand how to use them in real, everyday situations.
Learn more about the famous French comic book Le Chat by Philippe Geluck, including absurd and hilarious French puns.
Discover unusual French expressions using the names of vegetables in French, including how to use them and alternative French expressions with the same meaning. They’ll make you sound more like a real French person.
The best tips to learn a new language or improve your French knowledge in just 10 minutes a day. In this lesson, we’ll show you how to make time to learn – no matter how busy your life gets.
You probably know the expression “tu me manques” – but did you know there are many French expressions using the verb manquer? Here are some popular, elegant ones.
The French verb “manquer” is used to say that you miss something. Learn how to say “tu me manque” to say “I miss you” in French.
If you want to give orders, empart advice or even express a wish in French, you need to understand l’impératif. Here’s what you need to know about the imperative tense in French.
The pronunciation of French words can be tricky, especially when multiple words sound the same but have completely different meanings! Discover the difference between vert, verre, vers and more…
The passé composé can be difficult to master, especially the trickier verbs. Learn 6 verbs that conjugate in French using BOTH “Avoir” and “Être”.