Most of us spend lots of time commuting. And we tend to waste this time doing nothing or watching people around us. What if you used your daily commute to learn French instead? Here are 10 ways to learn French during your daily commute. [Read more…] about 10 fun ways to learn French on the go
Wouldn’t it be awkward to yell “I am horny” to your French friend instead of “I eat in a dirty way?”. As unrealistic as it sounds, it actually happened to a friend of mine.
To avoid (hilarious) mistakes, here are 13 sentences and words you should never say in French. Unless you really want to feel awkward of course.
Grammar is one of the most terrifying aspects of the French language. In fact, it’s the reason many learners give up. But it doesn’t have to be that way. French grammar isn’t that complicated. All you need is to start the right way and follow a few important rules.
In today’s article, Kerstin Hammes from Fluent Language reveals three essential rules to start learning French grammar without getting crazy.
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Lots of French expressions and idioms contain names of fruits and vegetables. Here is a selection of the most common ones. As usual on French Together, these are real daily-life expressions that you can use to sound more natural.
One of your French friend is going to celebrate his birthday soon and you would like to congratulate him. Here is how to wish a happy birthday in french.
Tomber (to fall) is one of the most common French verb. As such, it’s used in many French expressions to talk about a sudden and often unexpected event. Here are 10 useful French idioms with the verb “tomber”. Audio is available for each expression. [Read more…] about 10 useful expressions with the verb “tomber” (to fall)
Many people believe that it’s impossible to truly master a language without living in the country where it’s spoken. While it is certainly easier to learn French in France than in China, the latter is far from impossible. In fact, with new technologies, immersing yourself in a learning environment is becoming easier everyday. [Read more…] about Why you don’t need to live in France to learn French
Babbel is an online language course. It combines writing, listening and practicing in a single interface available both online (via the website) and offline (via the app).
This all looks very promising, but is it worth it? Let’s see! [Read more…] about Babbel review : is Babbel the right course for you?