In a moment, you'll be able to say you learned the French expression tout à l'heure
a moment ago.
More than half of French consonants are very similar to their English countparts, but a few are completely different. Here's a quick overview to help you get started learning French.
Impersonal pronouns do not have different forms for each grammatical person, though some have different forms that agree with the nouns they replace.
Generally speaking, articles are much more common in French than in English, but there are exceptions, such as when certain prepositions are followed by nouns.
Short video of the results of the first round of French election results.
One Third Stories is a monthly box subscription with a language-learning twist. Each month features a story that starts out in English, then gradually adds French words until by the end, the entire story is in French.
This lesson will help you put your finger on several French expressions featuring the phrase mettre le doigt
In French election years, newspapers are filled with an array of specialized words and phrases you might not be familiar with. Here's some essential vocabulary to help you make sense of everything.
Learn how each simple conjugation of être
serves as the auxiliary for a corresponding pronominal verb tense or mood.
Of course you know that la France means "France," but are you aware that this country's name is also used in some idiomatic expressions? Learn how to say ordinary people, the rich, and more with this list of expressions with France.