Maybe you already know the French expression au cas où
, but here's a lesson, just in case.
Don't use guesswork - read this lesson to learn how to use the French idiom au pif
You have nothing better to do than learn about the French expression avoir d'autres chats à fouetter
You have a lot of work to do with the informal French expression avoir du pain sur la planche
Get lucky with the informal French expression avoir du pot
Get in shape with the French idiom avoir la frite
This lesson on the idiomatic French expression avoir le cafard
is not at all depressing.
Don't get a swelled head with the French idiom avoir les chevilles qui enflent
When you're a little hungry for knowledge, this lesson on the French expression avoir un petit creux
will hit the spot.
Learn to hold a grudge with the idiomatic French expression avoir une dent
You'll be famished after reading this lesson on the idiomatic French expression avoir une faim de loup
French has quite a bit of "baby talk" or "kiddie speak" - words and expressions which are typically used by children or when talking to children. Even if you don't talk to kids in French, this informal language is important to recognize, as baby talk can also be found in jokes and in conversations with friends.
Simple and compound conjugations for the regular -er French verb balader.
Blague à part
is a useful French expression and that's no joke.
Students often ask "how can I sound more French?" and my first recommendation is always to work on vocabulary. In French classes, you tend to learn the most common, basic terms, like bon
, which is a typical and very useful adjective that tends to be overused. Read this lesson for some informal ways to say "good," including how to pronounce them.