French does have more suffixes than English, but don’t let this fact scare you off learning French. To be able to communicate in French efficiently, you need to learn the basics first. Then, you can focus on more complex issues (such as verb endings in less frequent tenses) and gradually proceed to fluency.
After reading today’s article, you’ll see that conjugating French verbs in the present and past tense has some simple rules to follow. By sticking to them, you can make yourself understood in most everyday situations. And if you don’t forget to learn the most important irregular verbs, you will be out of the woods soon!
In today's lesson, we'll teach you all the essential ways to express your feelings in French. There's more to it than just the classic "je t'aime." And remember – a kiss will do the job just as well as words!
Well, translating word for word is something you should usually avoid, or you are asking for trouble. “Bon matin” is a good example of that. Most French-speakers would never use it to greet someone in the morning unless you are from Québec. They will use a simple "bonjour" instead.
In today's article, you will learn all that and many other tips on how to greet someone in French in the morning.
But don’t throw in the towel yet! Anyone can become fluent in French under the right guidance. In today's article, we will share with you some time-tested tips on how to make the most out of your learning time. A lot of useful links included!
Wishing others "Merry Christmas" is part of the fun. You can also use the time waiting for Christmas effectively and brush up on your French vocabulary. In today's article, you will learn all the essential phrases connected to the holiday cheer, so you will be prepared when Christmas comes this year!