The French verb prendre
, "to take," is found in many idiomatic expressions, including to take seriously, to catch fire, and to go about doing something. Learn these and dozens of other French expressions featuring prendre
Every hello eventually leads to a good-bye. Here's how to say good-bye at any time of day as well as mention when you'll meet again.
Celebrate in French with this introduction to the African-American festival of Kwanzaa.
Have yourself a merry Christmas as you learn about the French expression joyeux Noël
There are many different ways to express gratitude in French, from a simple thank you to ultra-polite expressions of appreciation. Learn how to thank everyone for everything with these French expressions related to gratitude.
Test yourself on French partitive articles
with this fill-in-the-blanks test: Cher Papa NoëlNote:
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Learn about a typical Provençal crèche
in this reading comprehension exercise.
The letter combination gn
is usually pronounced like the "ni" in "onion."
A tiny French challenge every day until Christmas - translate each seasonal term to reveal an image.
This lesson on the French proverb Tout ce qui brille n'est pas or
may not glitter, but it is gold.