The letter N
at the beginning of any word or syllable is pronounced like the English N, except that it is dental rather than alveolar.
French presentatives are words or short expressions that introduce something and draw attention to it at the same time.
See how well you can understand random numbers in the thousands and millions.
If you have trouble with French pronunciation and/or listening comprehension, The 38 Elemental Sounds of French
is just what you need: a webinar series by Idahosa Ness.
Wish someone luck with the French expression bonne chance
Learn how to talk about your entire family in French, including step-family, family-in-law, adoptive family, and more.
The third person indefinite stressed pronoun soi
doesn't have a straightforward English equivalent, so French students often confuse it with lui
Practice French greetings and simple grammar with this catchy tune.
No tricks here, just a lesson on the French idiom tirer une carotte
Paying with a credit card in France can be tricky, especially in less-touristed areas.