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The Ultimate Guide For Intermediate Level French Learners

Have you just made the jump to intermediate level French? Or are you stuck on the intermediate level for quite some time with no immediate signs of moving on to the next level?Regardless of which one you are, read up because this guide is especially created for you. Quick Navigation I. What is expected of […]

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French Made Easy: The Ultimate Guide to Tu vs Vous

In a perfect world, using tu and vous when speaking French is a simple walk in the park. But no, we’re not as lucky as that.The sad reality is, the rules can be complicated and French learners who find themselves interacting socially with French people often struggle on which “you” to use.But wait—tu is for […]

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Common mistakes at writing in French by English Speakers – 3 new essays corrected

Are you making some silly mistakes at writing in French? Then you should definitely check out this article! After the awesome reaction from the first blog post (you can check it out here) and you still want to improve your writing in French, take a look of these 3 NEW examples below. I asked some French learners via […]

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Common errors at writing in French by English Speakers – 3 essays corrected

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Are you making some mistakes at writing in French and want to improve your writing skills? Then this article is for you! Take a close look at  the 3 examples below. I asked some French learners via my newsletter and Facebook to write an essay  and I just corrected it. You will find the original version followed by […]

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List of 218 Phrasal Verbs translated in French

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This is the second part about Phrasal Verbs. The first one can be found here.  Again we do not use these little things (over/in) to change the meaning of a verb. But we have a similar concept with “les verbes pronominaux” (Pronominal Verbs), you can check it out in this article here. This list is non […]

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How to translate English Phrasal Verbs Up/ Down (e.g tidy up/ lay down) in French?

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Some people asked me to make  a list of Phrasal Verbs (move up, tear down) in French. We do not use these little things (up/down) to change the meaning of a verb. But we have a similar concept with “les verbes pronominaux” (Pronominal Verbs), you can check it out  in this article  here. This list […]

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French Conjunctions – Les Conjonctions: Everything you need to know

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French Conjunctions: A comprehensive overview. So, what exactly is a conjunction? Of course you know Facebook, but do you know what the main role of it is. It is used to facilitate the interaction between people, or, in other words, to CONNECT people. In language, you would also need something to CONNECT things. You have […]

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French Modal Verb: A language without modal verbs – how is it possible?

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Is it really a problem that French doesn’t have modal verbs? In English, modal verbs are non-conjugated verbs, as listed below: can could may might must ought to shall should will would All of them are widely used in daily conversation in English. It seems to be a real headache for English-native learners if this […]

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French Present Participle: The Complete Guide

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Before we go any further with this, let’s try to address this question that I’m pretty sure is in your mind right now. Why we should learn the present participle? The French’s participe présent does not form any tense itself, that’s why it is far less common than its English counterpart, and even less common […]

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French Adverbs – The Simple Guide

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What is special about the French adverb and why should you learn it? Like other languages, the main types of words in French are nouns, verbs, and adjectives. However, you will definitely need more than that to express your full idea. Sometimes little things can make the difference. The article today will help you discover more […]

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Common Mistakes Made by English Speakers in French

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French and English have some vocabulary in common and share grammatical similarities, but they are undoubtedly different languages. So it is quite normal for French speakers to make mistakes in English and vice versa. Do you chuckle whenever you hear a French native pronounce English words without an “h”, or when they add an “s” […]

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4 Rules In Transforming French Verbs Into Its Simple Past (Passé simple)

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Where could you encounter Passé simple (the historical and formal tense)? You will probably not see it in a friendly chit-chat, maybe not even in this kind of blog article if it is translated into French. You will probably say “so what is the point of knowing it? I am not a native speaker, and […]

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