One of the most important things to think about when traveling is where you're going to sleep. From 5-star hotels to tents pitched on a beach, this lesson has all the French vocabulary you need to enjoy your stay.
Certains diront que Paris ferme pendant le mois d'août : ne les écoutez pas.
Quick, read this lesson on the French expression le chassé-croisé des juillettistes et des aoûtiens
before the traffic jams begin.
Read about the difference between French "credit" cards and American credit cards.
A number of French verbs require the preposition pour
in front of a noun or infinitive.
Listening comprehension exercise about Victor Hugo and his most famous novel, Les Misérables
Your heart will pound as you read this lesson on the idiomatic French expression battre la chamade
French imperative conjugations are relatively easy, as for most verbs they're identical to their present tense conjugations (without the subject pronoun). In addition, the imperative exists only for three grammatical persons instead of the normal six!
Ready to put your sea legs to work? Here's a bunch of French vocab related to boating, including types of boats, onboard directions, and useful verbs.
The letter K is pronounced similarly in French and English.