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French Vocabulary List: Accommodations and Hotels

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Planning to take a trip to a French-speaking destination soon? If so, this list of vocabulary related to hotels and accommodations should come in handy. If not, then it’s still a cool list of words to get yourself familiarized with.From the different types of accommodations to the amenities and services, booking (and paying for) a […]

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The Basics of French Prepositions

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     We use prepositions so much in our daily speech but we often take these things for granted. Most of the time, it results in misuse of English prepositions or interchanging our ins and ons and ats. Therefore, a clear grasp (or a working knowledge at the very least) of English prepositions is in order before […]

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How to Ask Questions in French

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   Questions are an essential part of any conversation, and being able to properly formulate a question in French is an extremely important part of your learning. In this article, we will look into the different ways that you can ask your questions using the French language. There are five ways in which questions are phrased […]

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French Vocabulary: Weather and Seasons (La météo et les saisons)

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  Ah, the weather. The number one go-to (and no brainer) conversation starter for everybody everywhere. How many times has it saved a hapless, speechless conversationalist break a monotonous silence? Whether you’re worming your way into an awesome conversation or just genuinely interested to know how to say weather-related things, this guide has got you covered.Get this list […]

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French Home Vocabulary: 27 Words to Help You Find Your Way Around the House

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  Bonjour!  For this set of vocabulary words, we give you the different parts of the house (la maison). From the different rooms to the kitchen, the dining area, the garage, and everywhere else, know your way around the house with this nifty little list.Save the PDF format of this list on your computer or mobile phone. Continue […]

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How to Sound French: 12 Things You Need To Remember About Liaison

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  There is a huge line between sounding like an actual French speaker and sounding like you’re spewing gibberish. We call it liaisons. When done right, congratulations, you will actually sound French-y and coherent. But when used poorly, you will appear as an unintelligible, bumbling mess. 

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French Vocabulary: 45 Words to Express Your Daily Routine

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So… what exactly did you do today? Did you take a shower, get dressed, go to work, go to a party, meet friends, go home, and sleep? What’s your daily routine like? In this article, we listed down French daily routine vocabulary to help you say all of those in French. Covering the basic things we […]

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French Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns

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French Demonstratives Adjectives Pronouns: The complete lesson  “Demonstratif” may sound like such an overbearing and intimidating lesson, but trust me, this is among the easy ones. This lesson comes in two parts:  the first part will cover demonstrative adjectives while the second part will talk about demonstrative pronouns.PART 1. DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVESAs previously discussed in the lessons […]

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French Grammar Lesson: The Imperfect Tense

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  In case you’re racking your brain trying to recall your lessons in imperfect tense in English, chances are, you won’t remember it. Why? Because the imperfect tense is only common in the romance languages such as Latin, French, Italian, Romanian, Spanish, and Portuguese. In English, we use the past progressive to denote continuous action while the […]

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French Comparatives and Superlatives

   Comparing people, objects or actions is not only useful in conversations, it could be fun too! Like, how will you say this without the help of comparatives and superlatives? ”I am more good-looking than my co-workers. In fact, I’m the most good-looking person in our workplace!” That’s right. You can’t! In grammar, we use comparatives to compare […]

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French Vocabulary: Health and Hygiene

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  Hygiene plays a huge part in caring for oneself. This list contains French words and expressions which are used in relation to health and hygiene. You can use these to ask for services from salons and spas, but you can also simply add these terms to your expanding French vocabulary. Get this list in PDF format when you […]

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French Vocabulary: Occupations et professions (Occupations and professions)

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 Learn to say in French all sorts of professions and occupations from the different types of field. Here is a list of words that you can add to your French vocabulary.

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