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French Basketball Vocabulary: 42 French Words Every Sports Fan Should Know

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Basketball is one of the sports that are well-loved all over the world. If you are learning French and are a fan of this sport, French basketball vocabulary would help you discuss basketball with other French-speaking fans. Here are other advantages of learning about French basketball vocabulary:It’s great to learn French words by theme. Learning by […]

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Different Ways to Say Yes in French

When you’re speaking in your native language, I would imagine that you have various ways of saying yes. In English, you’d say “sure”, “why not?”, “of course!”, “yep!”, “absolutely!” and so many other variants of yes. All of which mean yes, but with different nuances for each. It’s the same thing in French. You can get […]

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How to Say Goodbye in French: 11 Ways to Say It Like a Native

Goodbyes are inevitable. Whether you’ll be away for a short time or for the long haul, there are different precise ways to express your goodbye. But how do you say goodbye in French? In this article, we’ll go through the different ways to do that. Quick Navigation How to Say Goodbye in French1. Goodbye in French: Au […]

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77 French Words and Phrases to Learn This Summer

The sun is shining brightly, the sky is blue, and everyone is in high spirits! Ahhh, summer is here! What better time to learn French words and phrases related to summer? Here in this article, let’s learn and review French vocabulary about the summer. The vocabulary list is divided into different parts which you can quickly […]

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French Cheat Sheet: Basic French Questions and Answers

Need a quick cheat sheet to ask or answer questions in French? This handy list of basic survival French questions and answers is here to help!  From greetings to asking for help, and their possible answers, you’ll never get lost in simple French conversations again!  Feel free to jump to the different sections I. The […]

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French Words and Phrases Related to Time and Duration

French Vocabulary and Expressions Related to Time and Duration

Let’s talk about TIME. There is a huge list of words and topics about time but today, we’ll be narrowing it down and only talk about French words and phrases related to time. If you are looking for a lesson on how to tell time in French, it’s another topic for another day. But you […]

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120 Common French Adverbs to Make Your French Sound More Interesting

Common French Adverbs

Adverbs play a vital role in sentences. It modifies verbs and adjectives and adds the necessary detail to help you fully understand a certain conversation point.If you need a bit more of background on French adverbs, head over to this Simple Guide to French Adverbs to review what adverbs are, the different types, how they are formed, […]

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40 Essential French Phrases to Master Before You Head Off to France

French Travel Phrases for Tourists

 Travelling to France soon? Sounds great! France continues to be high up on a lot of people’s list of places to visit, and I’m thrilled that you’re planning a trip.  Whether you’ll be staying in France for just a few days or for several weeks, you’ll need to brush up on some essential travel phrases. […]

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100 French Phone Vocabulary and Phrases to Handle Calls Like a Pro

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 Dring, dring !   Your phone is ringing!  How do you answer it while speaking French? Or better yet, how do you make phone calls in straight French?  Sounds scary?  Nah, piece of cake for you, I’m sure. Especially if you have a cheat sheet like this one I’m sharing with you.  Here in this article, […]

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25 Funny French Onomatopoeia that will make you LOL

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Quick Navigation: What’s in this article?  Onomato-WHAT?French Onomatopoeia for Human sounds1. Sleeping sound in French2.Sound of baby’s cry in French3. Expression of pain in French4. Sound of drinking water in French5. Sneezing sound in French6. Sound of a beating heart in French7. Quiet sound in French8. Sound of disgust in French9. Eating sound in French10. […]

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How to Pronounce Difficult Words in French: Part 4

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 This is the fourth and final list of the most tricky French words to pronounce.  We asked our Facebook followers what they think is the French word that trips them up every time, and we were able to round up a list of 120 words which were broken down into a series of four articles. So […]

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