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44 Useful French Words to Express Different Chores

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  Aargh, doing the chores, a tedious activity in general; though I do enjoy doing the dishes as it lets my mind wander freely. Surprisingly, this is one of the most requested topics by French learners, even though it’s not something I particularly love to talk about with my friends! But of course, we still need to […]

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How can I Learn French Properly? – The answer

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  “I want to learn French, but where should I start?” “I’m doing quite poorly at listening and speaking.” “My pronunciation is awful. How can I sound like I’m actually speaking French?” “I’m having difficulty understanding conversations between native French speakers.” “I’ve been learning for a while now but I still cannot form coherent sentences spontaneously.” “I’m very busy, but I […]

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15 Great French Comics to Learn French

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 For French language learners, reading a long text or a French novel can be incredibly scary; it’s a wall of words, making you feel overwhelmed. The key to learning is creating interest, and French comics are the perfect tool. Comics help you learn French because they are so visual. Seeing the expressions of the characters’ faces help […]

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31 French Movies for All Ages: Christmas Edition


  It’s Christmastime! There’s a festive spirit in the air, Christmas songs can be heard everywhere, and the weather just makes you feel like staying at home with some chocolat chaud. Well, if you’re planning some evenings at home with the entire family, this is a perfect article for you. I’ve listed down 31 French movies to watch while […]

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A 20-Day Guide on How to Make Learning French a Habit


In my article How to Create a Habit: A Guide for Language Learners, we have already established that the best way to learn French is to create a French learning habit. But creating new habits is very difficult, and we could only make it easier by doing our 10 habit rules:Knowing your goalsSetting a reasonable […]

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French Music Playlist: Listen to 600+ French Songs with Lyrics (for FREE!)

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Looking for a French music playlist? You’re in luck because I created a playlist of some of the best French songs I handpicked personally. Currently there are already 600 French songs in this playlist but I will add more as I go along. Feel free to go through the playlist. There are different genres there. Who […]

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Tips on How to Memorize French Vocabulary


Frederic’s note: This article was written by Jack Nunn, who was kind enough to share his experiences about learning French vocabulary efficiently. He explains how he does it by taking into account the specificity of the French language (the gender issue).If you have some tips about learning French and want to write about it, feel free to email […]

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French Present Participle: The Complete Guide


 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 French present participle?The French participe présent does not form any tense itself, that’s why it is far less common than its English counterpart, and even less common than […]

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French Adverbs – The Simple Guide

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Looking for a simple guide on French adverbs? Here in this article, we’ll break down French adverbs into the simplest terms and make learning all about it a breeze for you. Like other languages, the main words you’ll learn in French are nouns, verbs, and adjectives. However, you will definitely need more than that to express […]

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How to Transform French Verbs Into 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 I […]

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A Q&A About the French Pluperfect: Some of the things you’ve been dying to ask


   We call it the French Past Perfect. But it’s also called pluperfect or plus que parfait. Yeah, tomato, to-ma-to. Many names but they all mean the same thing: a tense that describes something that had happened or had been true at some point in the past, and an action that had occurred before another […]

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The Savvy Learner’s Guide to French Future Perfect Tense


 Oh hello there. There’s something I want to tell you: by the time you finish reading this article, you will have familiarized yourself with the futur antérieur. See what I did there? In case you noticed (you quick-eyed, clever little you), I just gave you a little dose of the future perfect tense. …and you will have noticed it […]

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