Regular -er Verbs

Regular -er French verb conjugationsThere are several thousand verbs that end in -er, the largest category of regular French verbs. To conjugate them, remove the infinitive ending and then add the appropriate -er verb ending.




French shopping vocabulary
Learn some useful phrases related to shopping in French, including what's your size, how much does it cost, and I'm just looking, thanks.


Si Clauses: Conditionals

French si clausesSi clauses, also known as conditionals or conditional sentences, are if-then constructions that express a condition to be met in order for a certain result. They are divided into three types, depending on whether the condition is likely, unlikely, or impossible.



French subjunctiveThe French subjunctive is a special verb form, called a "mood," that is used in dependent clauses to indicate some sort of subjectivity, uncertainty, or unreality in the mind of the speaker.


Telling Time

Telling time in FrenchKnowing how to tell time is essential for traveling, meeting up with friends, making appointments, and getting to work or school on time. Once you learn these formulas, you'll never have an excuse to be late again!



French Thanksgiving vocabulary
Thanksgiving is an American holiday, but there's no reason you can't talk about it in French - once you learn the relevant vocabulary with this lesson.




French weather vocabulary
Understanding French weather terms is useful for deciding what to wear, planning what to do, and, of course, making small talk.