French Language Sitemap - Page 1 2016-09-26
French grammar lessons, quizzes, tips, verb conjugations, and much more - whether you're just starting to learn French or are trying to master the finer points of French grammar, these lessons offer clear and detailed explanations of French grammar.
French Hyphens & Dashes - Le Tiret et le trait d'union
Hyphens and m-dashes are important in both English and French, but they are considerably more common in the latter. This lesson explains how to use them.
French and Francophone Culture and Travel Information
You can't really speak French unless you know about the culture too - they go hand-in-hand. Check these links for information about the arts, fashion, music, sports, and the history of France and many other francophone countries.
French Texting - Les Textos Francais
Learn French abbreviations, acronyms, and symbols used in chatrooms, forums, email, and text messaging / sms. This is how to text in French.
French Symbols and Punctuation Marks
A quick reference guide to the names of French symbols and punctuation marks. Learn how to use the common French punctuation marks and how.
French Punctuation - Writing in French
While French and English use a lot of the same punctuation, their usage is different. Learn the main differences between French and English punctuation.
French Resume Example - CV Fonctionnel
Get an idea of one possible style of a French résumé with this example. Here's an example of one called un CV fonctionnel. Learn more here.
French Resume Example - Curriculum Vitae
Get an idea of one possible style of a French résumé with this example. Learn how to emphasize your strengths and highlight your preferences.
French Resume Example - Le CV Francais
Get an idea of one possible style of a French résumé with this example. French CVs require different information than English résumés. Learn more.
French Resume - Le CV Francais
When applying for a job in a French-speaking country, your résumé needs to be in French, which is more than a matter of translation. Learn the requirements.
Capitalization of French Titles
French and English capitalization are quite a bit different when it comes to titles of books, movies, etc. Learn how to properly capitalize in some cases.
French Vocabulary Lessons
French vocabulary lists, lessons, and a French word a day. Everything you need to increase your French vocabulary.
Popular French Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronyms and abbreviations abound in French, especially in newspapers, on the news, and in political discussions. Here's a list of common ones.
Accord - Grammatical French Agreement
Agreement - the correspondence of gender, number, person - is arguably difficult. Learn about the many types of French agreement required.
French Agreement with Compound Verbs
Some French verbs have to agree with their subject, while others have to agree with their direct object. This lesson explains the difference.
Apprendre, Enseigner, Instruire - To Teach in French
There are four French verbs that mean 'to teach': apprendre, enseigner, instruire, Eduquer. Learn to tell them apart and when to use each of them.
French Inversion - French Word Order
Learn when inversion is required in French and when it is optional. Inversion is when the normal word order is inverted to verb + subject. Learn more.
Using French Accented Capitals
You may have heard that capital letters are not supposed to be accented, when whether or not to use accents on capital letters is entirely up to you.
How to Use French Capitalization
French and English capitalization are different, as it is much less common in French. Many words that must be capitalized in English cannot be in French.
Tant vs Autant - Confusing French Pairs
The French words tant and autant are both adverbs of quantity, but their meanings and uses are different. Autant means as much and is used in comparisons.
French Sequence of Tenses - Concordance des temps
When speaking French (or any other language), it is important to use the correct sequence of tenses. In complex sentences, this can be tricky. Here's how.
Audio Dictionary - French Words With Letters T-Z
Improve your French vocabulary by studying words in the language starting with letters T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z. Listen to how the words are pronounced.
Audio Dictionary - French Words With O, P, Q & R
Improve your French vocabulary by studying common words in the language that start with letters O, P, Q and R. Listen to how the words are pronounced.
Audio Dictionary - French Words With K, L, M & N
Improve your French vocabulary by studying common words in the language that start with letters K, L, M and N. Listen to how the words are pronounced.
Audio Dictionary - French Words With G, H, I & J
Improve your French vocabulary by studying common words in the language starting with letters G, H, I and J. Listen to how the words are pronounced.
Audio Dictionary - French Words Starting With D, E & F
Improve your French vocabulary by studying common words in the language that start with letters D, E and F. Listen to how the words are pronounced.
Audio Dictionary - French Words Starting With A, B & C
Improve your French vocabulary by studying common words in the language that start with letters A, B and C. Listen to how the words are pronounced.
Learn French In Context - Histoires En Français Facile
Learn French vocabulary in context with an easy to understand and fun French only + French and English side-by-side bilingual story.
French Comprehension Report on the Eiffel Tower
Improve your grasp of French with this transcript and translation of a report on the Eiffel Tower in French. The vocabulary is useful to tourists.
Learn French - Learn How to Speak French
Learn French online - free French lessons, quizzes, sound files, and other French learning tools.
French Listening Comprehension and Practice Exercises
If you're a French learner seeking to improve your grasp of the language, use these French listening comprehension and practice exercises to help you.
Bon vs Bien - Mauvais vs Mal
Learn the difference between the French words bon and bien, mauvais and mal. All four of these can be adjectives, adverbs, or nouns. Learn how to use them.
Typing French Accents + Pronunciation
How to type French accents on AZERTY, how to better your French accent, how to fake one etc...
Plus - French Adverb - How to Pronounce Plus
The French adverb plus has different pronunciations, depending on how it's used. Learn how to use it with both positive and negative meanings.
Plus - French Expressions with Plus
The French word plus is used in many essential expressions and has three possible pronunciations. Learn the different situations in which you can use it.
French for Beginners: Dialogue at a Restaurant
French learners can use this transcript and translation of a dialogue at a restaurant to find out what they should say while dining out.
To Return in French
Learn the difference between the different French verbs that mean to return: retourner, rentrer, rendre, revenir, renvoyer, rapporter, and rembourser.
Am I Fluent? - Language Proficiency
Information about the what, when, where, and how of fluency - so that you can determine your own fluency potential. Are you fluent in another language?
French Prepositions with Cities and Islands
Learn which French prepositions to use with cities and islands. The gender of an island or a city does not affect which preposition must be used.
French Prepositions with Countries and Continents
Learn which French prepositions to use with countries and continents. How do you determine the gender of a continent or a country? Here's how.
French Prepositions with Geographical Names
Learn which French prepositions to use with countries, cities, and other geographical names. This lesson will explain what prepositions to use and why.
French Adverbs of Manner - Adverbes de mani퀌re
Learn how to recognize, form, and use French adverbs of manner, which explain how something happens. The majority of French adverbs end in -ment.
French Adverbs - Les Adverbes
Learn how to recognize, form, and use French adverbs. This lesson will explain the types and placement of common French adverbs in depth.
French for Beginners: A Dialogue at the Hotel
If you're new to French, this transcript and recording of a dialogue between a receptionist and student at a hotel will introduce new vocabulary.
French Temporal Adverbs - Adverbes de temps
A list of the most common French temporal adverbs, which explain when something happens. Learn how to talk about something that happened and time.
French Adverbs of Quantity - Adverbes de quantit퀌
Learn about French adverbs of quantity, which explain how many or how much. Learn these to explain quantities and count numbers properly.
French Adverbs of Frequency - Adverbes de fr퀌quence
Adverbs of frequency explain how often something occurs. Here are three most common French adverbs of frequency. Learn how to use them.
French Number Expressions - Confusing Pairs
There are several confusing pairs and difficult expressions related to numbers in French, second/deuxime, en premier/au premier/de premier.
French Word Order with Inversion - Ordre des mots
Learn all about French word order with inversion. This includes compound verbs, reflexive pronouns, compound verb french sentences, and auxiliary verbs.
C'est vs Il est- Impersonal Expressions
The French expressions c'est and il est are extremely important impersonal expressions. They can mean things like this is, that is, and even he / she is.
French Word Order - Dual Verb Constructions
Learn all about French word order in a negative sentence with two verbs and one or more object pronouns. Understand French word order.
French Gestures ~ Understanding & Using French Gestures
It is as essential to understand this French sign language as it is any vocabulary. These pages include photos, explanations for 45 gestures.
Visit, To Visit, Visitor - Confusing French Pairs
There are a number of French equivalents for the English verb to visit and the nouns visit and visitor. Aller voir is the most general French term.
French Math Vocabulary - Les Math퀌matiques
Whether you're teaching math operations in French class, planning to study math in a French school, or interested in knowing vocabulary, here is math vocab.
French Verb Encyclopedia with Model Verbs
Here is the French Verb Encyclopedia. These are conjugations for and information about hundreds of French verbs using models verbs and examples.
French Verbs - To Take - Amener - Prendre
The English verb to take has several French equivalents, so take a few minutes to learn the difference between prendre, amener, and others.
Moroccan Culture Series: Meeting and Greeting
A look at the importance of meeting and greeting in Morocco. Learn necessary vocabulary for your trip to Morocco and display appropriate customs.
Top Ten Tools for Beginning French Students
These are the top ten tools any beginner French student needs to understand the basics of vocabulary and grammar. This includes videos, CD-ROMs, and books.
French Romantic Movies - Top French-Language Movies
French is always called the language of love for a reason. Here's a selection of the top French-language romantic movies available for purchase.
French Grammar Books to Buy
There are hundreds, maybe thousands of French grammar books available, each claiming to be the best, the most concise, the most complete. Here are some.
L'on or On - Euphony in French Pronunciation
On is the French impersonal subject pronoun, and normally shouldn't be preceded by l' - neither the direct object nor the definite article. Learn more.
Suggestions for French and English Bilingual Books
Dual language books are a great way to enjoy literature when your language skills aren't quite good enough to read the original. Here are a few good ones.
Liaisons - French Pronunciation
A detailed lesson on French liaisons. Here's a pronunciation table for French pronunciation, aural comprehension, and pronunciation key liaisons.
Optional Liaisons - French Pronunciation
A detailed lesson on optional liaisons in French. This includes a pronunciation table, exact pronunciation, plural nouns, french pronunciation encha.
Casser - to break - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate casser, a regular -er French verb.
Compter - to count; to intend - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate compter, a regular -er French verb.
Raconter - to tell, recount - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate raconter, a regular -er French verb.
Traduire - to translate - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate traduire, an irregular -re French verb.
Coucher - to put to bed - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate coucher, a regular -er French verb.
Déposer - to put down; to deposit - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate déposer, a regular -er French verb.
French Translation Links and Resources
Whether you're a translator or someone in need of a translation, you'll find everything you need right here: links to translation agencies, freelance translators, online translators, and other related links.
Translation and Interpretation Organizations
Professional organizations with various benefits for translators and interpreters.
Are Online French Translators Trustworthy?
Can you trust a computer to translate French into English? Not really and we have a few examples where online translators did not do a good job.
Envoyer - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate envoyer, a stem-changing French verb.
Entendre - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate entendre, a regular -re French verb.
Étudier - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate étudier, a regular -er French verb.
Mourir - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate mourir, an irregular -ir French verb.
Montrer - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate montrer, a regular -er French verb.
Apprendre - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate apprendre, an irregular -re French verb.
Devenir - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate devenir, an irregular French verb.
Test Your Reading Comprehension in French
Test your ability to read and understand French with a short story. 'Lucie en France' was written as a reading comprehension exercise and is great practice.
French Reading Links and Resources - Read in French
Activities and resources to work on your French reading skills, as well as criteria used by various agencies to determine French proficiency.
French Writing Links and Resources - Write in French
Activities and resources to work on your French writing skills, as well as criteria used by various agencies to determine French proficiency.
Dictées - French Dictation Exercises
Dictées, or dictation exercises, are excellent for working on French listening comprehension and writing ability at the same time.
Learn How to Write a Business Letter in French
Writing a business letter in French is not easy. Read through a sample job letter, learn the formula you should use, and find tips for the opening.
90+ Popular Expressions and Idioms in French
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90+ Popular Expressions and Idioms in French
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French Culture - Culture française and French Holidays
Links to French culture articles, including specific vocabulary and other information related to French holidays and celebrations.
La Marseillaise Lyrics in French and English
Do you know the lyrics to La Marseillaise? Study the French national anthem, its English translation, and learn a bit of history about this famous song.
Y - Adverbial Pronoun Replaces Prepositional Phrase
The French adverbial pronoun y refers to a previously mentioned or implied place or thing, and is always required in French, unlike its English equivalent
En - French Adverbial Pronoun - Pronom adverbial
The French adverbial pronoun en may replace
French Adverbs: When to Use Encore and Toujours
Brush up on your French grammar and learn when to use the adverbs encore and toujours. It can be confusing, but this quick lesson will clear things up.
French Grammar Lesson: Using Direct and Indirect Speech
Direct and indirect speech is used in French to talk about what someone has said. Learn the basics of how to do this in a quick and easy grammar lesson.
French Prepositions: Learn How to Use À and De
French students are often confused about the prepositions à and de. Learn how to use each and how they can make some verbs mean entirely different things.
French Vocabulary Lesson: Countries and Languages
Learn how to speak about world Geography in the French language. It's an easy lesson in the French names of countries, nationalities, and languages.
Beginning French Vocabulary - Essential French Vocabulary for Beginners
Essential French vocabulary lessons, lists, and sound files for beginning students, covering all the basics: greetings, colors, numbers, food, travel phrases, parts of the body, hobbies, transportation, weather, and more.
The Countries of the World in French
Do you want to talk about the countries of the world in French? Discover a comprehensive list of countries, their French translation, and how to use them.
How to Use IPA Symbols to Pronounce French Words
French pronunciation is represented by a small number of IPA characters. Learn and study the IPA characters so you can phonetically transcribe French.
Liaisons - French Pronunciation
A detailed lesson on French liaisons. This includes a pronunciation table, french pronunciation, aural comprehension pronunciation, and key liaisons.
French Silent Letters - Lettres Muettes
Improve your French pronunciation by learning about silent letters in French. The difficulty with French pronunciation is that it's not a phonetic language.
French Vocabulary Lesson: Hobbies, Sports, Games
Hobbies, sports, games, and pastimes! This may be the most fun you've had with French vocabulary. Learn the French words for various activities.
French Vocabulary Lesson: Sports and Playing Sports
Learning how to speak about sports in French is as much fun as playing them. Study this simple French vocabulary lesson and practice next time you play.
Intermediate French Vocabulary
Lessons and resources for intermediate-level French vocabulary, including idiomatic expressions, true cognates, false cognates, and more.
French Vocabulary: Quantities, Weights, and Measures
An intermediate French lesson, learn how to speak about quantities and measurements, including approximate numbers like 'a dozen' or 'about fifty'.
Learn How to Describe Someone's Personality in French
If you are learning to speak French, then you will find it useful to be able to describe people. Learn how to talk about someone's personality in French.
French Vocabulary: How to Describe People
Describing the physical features of a person in French is easy. Learn how to say that someone is tall, thin, or has blue eyes in this language lesson.
French Vocabulary Lesson: At the Dentist
Do you need to speak to your dentist in French? Take this short French vocabulary lesson and learn how to speak about your teeth and dentist procedures.
Learn to Speak French: Essential French for Travelers
Traveling to France? From the airport to the hotel and getting around, this French vocabulary lesson will make your trip easier and be more enjoyable.
French Vocabulary Lesson: Driving a Car
If you choose to drive in France, you need to know a few words and phrases in French. Learn how to talk about cars and driving in this vocabulary lesson.
Basic French Vocabulary: Medical Help and Illnesses
Traveling is great, but a medical emergency can quickly ruin the trip. Learn how to say common words and phrases in French regarding illness and ailments.
Learn How to Speak About Money in French
Banking is important while traveling or living in a French-speaking country. Expand your French vocabulary with common words and phrases related to money.
French Vocabulary Lesson: A Traveler's Hotel Stay
From booking a room to requesting a wake-up call, learn how to speak French with these useful words and phrases while traveling and staying at a hotel.
Easy French Vocabulary Lesson: On the Phone
Learn how to have a phone conversation with anyone in French. Discover useful words and phrases to begin a conversation and talk about phones.
Encha퀌nement - French Pronunciation
A detailed lesson on French enchainement.: pronunciation table exact pronunciation french pronunciation key silent letters. Learn more here.
French Contractions Tutorial
Contractions are required in French, so learn when and how to contract your words. Fortunately, the rules for French contractions are quite simple.
Intermediate French Grammar Lessons + Resources
French lessons and resources for intermediate French speakers.
French Verbs with Prepositions
Learn which French prepositions go with which verbs, and which verbs take no preposition. De and à are by far the most common French prepositions for verbs.
Learn Basic French: Jewelry and Accessories
A perfect French lesson for beginners, learn how the words for common pieces of jewelry and your favorite accessories in this easy to follow guide.
En vs Dans - French Prepositions
The prepositions en and dans both mean in French, and can both express time and location. But they are not interchangeable. Learn the difference.
French Expressions - Mood and Health
Learn some French expressions related to mood and health, both good and bad. Know what to say when you're uncomfortable or in a bad mood.
Negritude - Francophone Literary Movement
La Negritude was a literary & ideological movement led by francophone black intellectuals, writers, and politicians. The founders were from French colonies.
Indefinite French Tests - Tests on Indefinite French
You should definitely test yourself on French indefiniteness, from indefinite adjectives to the indefinite subject pronoun.
French Tests and Quizzes
Take your pick of French tests on French grammar, vocabulary, and comprehension, as well as culture, study habits, and more. Each test has a link to a lesson on that subject or skill, so you can review if necessary.
Depuis vs Il y a - Since, For, Ago
The French temporal expressions depuis and il y a have distinctly different meanings and uses, yet they commonly present difficulties for French students. Here is a detailed explanation and comparison of depuis and il y a to help you clearly understand the difference once and for all.
French Adjectives - Lessons on French Adjectives
Lessons on everything you need to know about French adjectives: meaning, usage, placement, and types.
French Articles and Determiners - Lessons on French Articles and Determiners
French articles can be confusing, because they have to agree with the nouns they modify and don't always correspond to articles in other languages. If you have a noun in French, there is virtually always an article or some other kinds of determiner in front of it.
Beginning French Grammar
Lessons and links for beginning French students: basic vocabulary and simple sentence construction.
Imperfect - French Past Tense
The French imperfect (imparfait) is a descriptive past tense which indicates an ongoing state of being or a repeated or incomplete action.
Imperfect - French Past Tense Conjugations
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French Dialogue Practice: Greetings and Introductions
A French beginner level dialogue for practicing greetings and introductions.
How to Pronounce the French Alphabet: An Introduction
Detailed information about the pronunciation of every French letter.
French Prepositions - Lessons on French Prepositions
Prepositions are words which link two related parts of a sentence. There are many French prepositions and it is important to recognize and know when and when not to use them. These lessons include specific information about meaning, usage, and more.
The Most Important French Prepositions
If you're learning French, you'll want to learn these useful and most popular prepositions.
Bastille Day - French National Holiday
Learn about Bastille Day, the French national holiday which celebrates the beginning of the French Revolution.
French Business Letters : Correspondance commerciale Closing Formula
The proper closing formula for French business letters
French Holidays and Celebrations
Learn about French holidays including Bastille Day, la Toussaint, and Chandeleur, as well as the French variations on celebrations like Christmas, Halloween, and New Year's.
Bastille Day - French Independence Day - 14 July - Le Quatorze juillet
Learn all about Bastille Day - in French or English - and listen to the Marseillaise.
La Marseillaise - French lyrics with English translation
La Marseillaise - French Anthem with French Lyrics and English translation + video. Page 2.
La Marseillaise French Anthem French Lyrics English Translation Video
French Lyrics and English translation of
Une Visite de Montréal - Histoire Facile Bilingue
Montréal is a great place to practice your French without leaving the American continent. Check out this bilingual story written in easy French. Page 2.
Touring Montréal - An Easy French English Bilingual Story
Practice your French as you discover the gorgeous city of MontrÃ©al, QuÃ©bec. Si on veut parler francÌ§ais sans partir dâAmeÌrique du Nord...
How to write a French business letter
Formulas and formats for writing French business correspondence
Writing Letters in French
Lessons to help you write letters in French, including business and personal correspondence as well as a letter to Santa.
Writing to Friends and Family in French
There are certain conventions that are appropriate when writing personal letters in French. This article will help you find the best words and phrases.
La Ville de Quebec - Histoire en Français Facile
Le centre-ville, aussi connu sous le nom de vieux QuÃ©bec, est le site de lâancienne ville fortifiÃ©e qui surplombe le fleuve Saint-Laurent. Page 2.
Vive la France - Bastille Day - French Patriotic Expressions
Practice your French with this easy French English bilingual story about the gorgeous city of Quebec in Canada.
Visiting A Champagne Cellar in Reims - French English Bilingual Story
My Skype Student is now taking us to a wine cellar in this easy bilingual story, part of my learn French in context series.
French Subjunctive with Negation
Certain French verbs and expressions do not take the subjunctive when they are used in the affirmative, because they express facts which are considered certain - at least in the speaker's mind. But when they are negative or interrogatory, they require the subjunctive.
French Subjunctive with Conjunctions
A number of French conjunctive phrases require the subjunctive.
French Subjunctive - Le Subjonctif
The subjunctive mood is used to express actions or ideas which are subjective or otherwise uncertain.
French Subjunctive with Emotions and Feelings
French verbs and expressions of emotion or feeling - fear, happiness, anger, regret, surprise, or any other sentiments - require the subjunctive.
French Subjunctive with Opinions, Possibilities, Doubts
French verbs and expressions of doubt, possibility, supposition, and opinion require the subjunctive.
French Subjunctive with Expressions of Will
French verbs and expressions which express someone's will, an order, a need, a piece of advice, or a desire require the subjunctive.
French Subjunctive with Negative and Indefinite Pronouns
French subordinate clauses with certain negative and indefinite pronouns require the subjunctive.
French Subjunctive - Superlatives
In French, after main clauses which contain certain adjectives, the subjunctive is optional - it depends on how concrete the speaker feels about what is being said.
French Expressions - French Phrases - French Proverbs
More than just the sum of their words, idiomatic expressions can express complex ideas and nuances. For non-native speakers, it's essential to learn as many French expressions as possible in order to communicate effectively.
French Expressions with Prepositions
Learn hundreds of idiomatic French expressions featuring one or more prepositions.
What is the Meaning Of The French Expression Faire le Pont ?
Faire le pont is an expression so typically French - both in its vocabulary and its concept. It means having a four day long weekend - let's see why.
Major French Public Holidays - Les Jours Fériés en France
There are only 11 official public holidays in France - but beware that they can create a four day weekend since the French
French Verb Charts: P
Verb charts for French verbs starting with P.
French Verb Tables: Q
Verb tables for French verbs that start with Q.
French Verb Conjugation Charts: R
French verb conjugation charts for verbs starting with R.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with T
Conjugations of French verbs starting with T.
French Verb Charts: Verbs starting with U
Simple conjugations for French verbs starting with U.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with V
Simple conjugations for French verbs starting with V.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with W
Simple conjugations for the only French verbs that starts with W.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with Z
Learn to conjugate French verbs that start with Z.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with A
Learn how to conjugation French verbs that start with A.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with B
Simple conjugations for French verbs that start with B.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with C
Conjugations for French verbs with C.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with D
Simple conjugations for French verbs starting with D.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with E
Simple French verb conjugations.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with F
Learn to conjugate French verbs starting with F.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with G
Simple French verb conjugations: verbs starting with G.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs starting with H
Conjugation tables for French verbs that start with H.
French Verb Conjugation Tables: Verbs starting with I
French verb conjugation tables for verbs that start with I.
French Verb Conjugation Charts: Verbs starting with J
Charts of the simple conjugations for French verbs that start with J.
French Verb Tables: Verbs with K
French verb tables for verbs that start with K.
Conjugating French Verbs: L
Conjugations for French verbs that start with L.
French Verb Tables: M
French verb tables for verbs that start with M.
French Verb Conjugations: Verbs that start with N
Conjugation tables for French verbs that start with N.
French Verb Tables: O
Verb tables for French verbs that start with O.
Conjugating French Verbs: S
Conjugations for French verbs starting with S.
French Synonyms - Synonymes français
If you want to make your French sound more, well, French, one place to start is with your vocabulary. In French classes, you tend to learn the most common, basic terms, but there are often various synonyms to choose from.
French Trains Vocabulary - Prendre le Train En France
Learn the French train system (la SNCF) vocabulary and feel prepare during your next trip to France.
Porter, S'habiller, Se Mettre En - "To Wear" In French
When it comes to saying
S'habiller and Se déshabiller
S'habiller and Se déshabiller - S'habiller en + clothes - How to say
French Footwear Vocabulary - les Chaussures
French has a lot of different words for shoes,
Conjugation of the Irregular Verb Faire - To Make, To Do
Je fais, tu fais, il fait... Learn the conjugation of the French Verb Faire- to make, to do. Faire is very irregular in French, and its spelling and pronunciation can be tricky.
Learning French - Classes, Tutors, & Immersion Programs
These options are expensive but usually give excellent results. Let's see the pros and cons.
French Mistake of the Week
Mistakes will always be made in French, and now you can learn from them. Click these links to read my analyses of some common French mistake.
French and Francophone Literature
Francophone literature links and information
Specific French Verbs
Detailed lessons on the most important and useful French verbs, including conjugations, meanings, uses, expressions, and whether a preposition must follow.
Je Te Manque or Tu Me Manques - I Miss You
I miss you is not
Famous French Quotes with English Translations
Here is my top 30 list of bilingual French Quotes - Citations en Français et Anglais. Short, famous and easy to memorize French quotes.
Saint Nick in France - A Bilingual French English Easy Story
Saint Nick in France - A Bilingual French English Easy Story. Page 2.
Saint Nick in France - a French Story with Translation
Check your understanding of my learn French in context story with this side by side French story with English translation.
Let's Talk About The French Weekend
The English word
French Kisses - Bilingual Story
Check your understanding of this easy French story about French kisses with this English and French side by side translation.
Check out my Easy French/English dialogue about kissing
Kissing is a common gesture in France - learn about it and what to do if someone kisses you in this fun bilingual story. Page 2.
Grocery Market - French English Bilingual Story
Train on your understanding of a typical French market conversation with my English French side by side bilingual easy story.
Chez Le Marchand Au Marché - French/English Side by Side
Chez Le Marchand Au Marché - French English Side by Side Bilingual Typical French Market Conversation. Page 2.
French Vocabulary to Introduce Yourself - Introductions in French
Learn how to introduce yourself in French and talk about yourself in French as well as ask typical questions when you meet someone in France. Page 3.
Introducing Oneself In French - Bilingual Story
Learn really useful vocabulary to introduce yourself in French and carry on a conversation with someone you just met in France. Page 2.
Les Présentations - Introductions French English Bilingual Story
Learn how to introduce yourself thanks to my learn French in context bilingual French English story. Really useful vocabulary for lifelike situations.
French Introductions - Les Présentations
When you meet French speakers, you need to know how to introduce yourself and what to say when you are introduced.
La Cathédrale de Reims - French English Bilingual Story
La Cathédrale de Reims est peut-être mieux connue comme étant le site de couronnement de beaucoup, beaucoup de rois de France. Page 2.
Visite de Reims - French English Bilingual Easy Story
Follow Steve's adventures in the gorgeous and historical city of Reims and practice your French with this easy story with English translation.
General French Expressions
Some French expressions easy to figure out, but others are figurative or idiomatic, which makes things a lot harder.
French Food Idioms
Do you know what
Conjugation of the French Irregular Verb Venir - to Come
Learn how to conjugate venir, on of the top French irregular verbs. I will also list the verbs ending in venir such as devenir etc...
French word a day - Mot du jour
Increase your French vocabulary one day at a time. Every weekday, an intermediate- to advanced-level word is provided with its English translation, sound file, pronunciation guide, a couple of sentences, and any related words.
Long list of French Clothes Vocabulary
Master men and women French clothes with this long list of French clothing related Vocabulary with explanations and pronunciation tips
French Clothing Vocabulary - Vocabulaire Les Vêtement en Français
It's shopping time! Study the Vocabulary for French Clothes And Be Ready to Shop in France! Page 2.
Love and Feelings - French Canadian Vocabulary
J'ai une nouvelle blonde, c'est un méchant pétard. Je suis en amour par-dessus la tête : j'adore lui donner des p'tits becs.
Differences between Après and Derrière
Après, avant and derrière, devant. What are the meanings and differences between these French prepositions and are they followed by the subjunctive?
French Baby Talk - Les Mots Des Bébés
Un bobo, un doudou (not what you think), le zizi... speaking baby in French may come in handy. So let's learn French baby talk words.
Christmas in France Decorations Traditions
Master the French vocabulary for Christmas and learn the 7 typical traditions you'll find across France for Noël + Practice your French. Page 2.
Noël's Vocabulary, Traditions and Decorations
Master the French vocabulary for Christmas and learn the 7 typical traditions you'll find across France for Noël + Practice your French.
Conjugation of the French Irregular Verb Etre
Je suis, tu es, il est... Learn the conjugation of the French Verb Être - to be. Être is very irregular in French, and its spelling and pronunciation can be tricky.
Qu'est-ce Que Tu Fais Pour Noël ? Christmas in France in Easy French
Dialogue de Noël en français facile - Christmas Dialogue in Easy French. Page 2.
Qu'est-ce Que Tu Fais Pour Noël ?
Learn about Christmas traditions in France and practice your French with this easy dialogue.
French Expression "Rester Bouche Bée" - To Gasp
Public Restrooms in France - Avoid a Nasty Surprise!
How to use the French public restroom in France - a must read if you don't want to get soaked...
French Expression "Avoir du Pain sur la Planche"
We all love French baguette - but why does the French expression
How Do You Say "How Are You" in French?
There are many ways of asking
French School - Bilingual Easy Story
Practice your French with this easy bilingual story taking place in a French middle school.
Vouloir - French Verb Conjugations
Let's learn how to conjugate Vouloir. Vouloir is an irregular French verb and has an irregular Verb Conjugation which needs to be memorized by heart.
Poisson d'avril - April Fools Day
The first of April is a day of mischief in France.
Advanced French Writing Resources
Resources and writing exercises for advanced French students.
Intermediate French Pronunciation
Lessons, links, and resources to help intermediate-level speakers improve their French pronunciation.
Intermediate French Writing Exercises
Writing help and exercises for intermediate French students.
French Music for Kids and Classes
Most people like music, but kids in particular usually love it. Here are some French music links to help your child, your students, and you enjoy listening to and learning from French music.
Teaching Kids French - lesson plans, ideas, inspiration
Resources for teaching French to kids - lesson plans, ideas, inspiration, and more.
French wine is considered by many (notably the French) to be the best wine there is. Whether you agree or not, French wine is certainly *among* the best, so check out these links for information about French wine.
French Pronominal Voice
The pronominal voice is much more common in French than in English. This verb form is used with both subject and reflexive pronouns to indicate that the subject is performing the action of the verb on itself.
French Conditional Mood
The conditional mood has two tenses, present and past, and is commonly used in if... then clauses.
French Future Tense
The future tense expresses something that will happen in the future.
French Imperative Mood
Use the imperative to give orders.
French Indicative Mood - Indicatif
The indicative mood is the
French Past Tenses and Perfect Tenses
There are a number of past tenses in French, and each one has its own particular meaning and uses.
French Participles - Verb Mood
Lessons on the French and past participles.
French Passive Voice
In the passive voice, the action described by the verb is being done to the subject by an agent, which is usually introduced by a preposition.
French Present Tense - Présent
The present tense explains what is happening now, or what happens in general. There are five different moods within the French present tense.
French Infinitives - Verb Mood
The infinitive is the basic French verb form, and is used as more than just the starting point for verb conjugation.
French & English: Similarities, Differences Between French and English
Learn about similarities and differences between French and English in this lessons that compare and contrast the two languages.
French Subjunctive - Subjonctif
The French subjunctive is the bane of many a French student. Take a look at these lessons to learn how, when, and why to use the French subjunctive - and also when you can avoid it.
French Christmas Links - Noël en France
Information about Christmas (Noël) in France and articles related to Christmas in French.
French Expressions with Verbs
French verbs may be used in dozens or even hundreds of idiomatic expressions. Learn some common French phrases, listed by verb.
French Classroom Games
Learning French doesn't have to be work, work, work! Take a look at this selection of French games for the classroom.
French Pronunciation Lessons With Audio
French pronunciation lessons, with thousands of sound files. Lessons on liaisons, contractions, rhythm, and every other aspect of French pronunciation.
Ice Breakers for French Class
Getting the conversation started isn't always easy. Check out these ideas for fun and easy ways to break the ice in French class.
Drinks - French Beverages
French is famous for its wine, of course, but there are a variety of other delicious drinks to try, like chartreuse and absinthe.
French Verb Tense, Mood, and Voice - Lessons on French Verb Tenses, Moods, Voices
Learn about all the different French verb tenses (present, past, future), moods (indicative, conditional, subjunctive, imperative, participle, infinitive), and voices (active, passive, pronominal).
French Crossword Puzzles - Mots croisés
Put your French to the test with French crossword puzzles.
French Audio Books
Listen to French audiobooks and audio magazines to work on your listening skills and practice pronunciation.
French Books - Books in and about French
Reviews and links to the best French books around.
French Dialects, Patois, and Regional Languages
The French you hear in Paris is quite different than the French you hear in Canada or Africa, because there are many different French dialects and regionalities. Learn all about the differences in French around the world right here.
Organizations devoted to promoting francophonie throughout the world.
French for Kids - French Resources for Children
French information specially aimed at kids, with all kinds of fun activities like French songs, games, communities, pen pals, and much more. There are sites both for kids that already speak French and for those who would like to learn.
French Product Reviews
Reviews of French language tapes, CDs, movies, dictionaries, audiomagazines, books, and more.
Today in Francophone History
today in francophone history today french history birthdays deaths francophone national holidays milestones
Improve Your French
All kinds of lessons, tools, and tips to help you improve your French skills.
Indefinite French - Lessons on Indefinite French
I find that one of the hardest things to translate into another language is indefiniteness: anyone did something everywhere all the time. This index includes links to lessons on every kind of French indefiniteness, from indefinite adjectives to the indefinite subject pronoun.
French Linguistics - Linguistique française
French linguistics can be fascinating - if you're got that kind of personality. More advanced French speakers will enjoy learning about the structure and nature of the French language.
French Schools in France - Learn French - French Language Schools
If you want to get serious about studying French, you should take a class. This list is by no means exhaustive, but it can certainly get you started on your search for great French schools in France.
French Verb Conjugations - Lessons on Conjugating French Verbs
Get your French verb conjugations in order with dozens of lessons on French verb conjugation, plus a conjugator with 1,200 French verbs.
French Verbs - Lessons on French Verbs
Everything there is to know about French verbs, including conjugations, tenses, moods, uses, quizzes, timeline, and more.
Confusing French Pairs
Lessons to help you distinguish between oft-confused groups of French verbs, expressions, and grammatical structures.
French Pronouns - Lessons on French Pronouns
There are many different kinds of French pronouns; master them with these detailed lessons.
French Questions and Interrogatives - Asking Questions in French
Do you know how to ask questions in French? Did you know that there are several different ways to do so? Do you know what interrogatives are? Are you ready to learn how to ask questions in French?
French and Francophone Food + Drink
Learn about the cuisine and spirits of francophone cultures.
French Fun - Games - Comics - Tongue Twisters - Jokes
When you're tired of studying French, take a break with these fun sites that I've found on the net. There are games, jokes, comics, tongue twisters, and more.
French and Francophone History
Learn about the history of the rich French civilization - colonization, la Grande Révolution, and more.
French Learners' Lore - Stories about learning French
Having a hard time learning French? You're not the only one - read my collection of essays by learners who have gone before you and lived to talk about it.
French Lessons - Learn French Online
Learn French with the About French Language site - hundreds of French lessons on grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. Find French lessons by level or category.
French teaching tools
French teaching tips and tools: projects, classroom games, teaching combined classes, and more for French teachers.
Why learn French? Reasons to learn French
Looking for ways to inspire your students or yourself? Look no further! These links will help you to explain the benefits and joys of learning and speaking French to your students - or yourself.
French Adverbs - Lessons on French Adverbs
Lessons on the meaning, usage, placement, formation, and different types of French adverbs.
Advanced French Grammar Lessons
Lessons and resources to challenge advanced French students: types of discourse, parts of speech, and more.
Specialized French Dictionaries and Information
Links to specialized French dictionaries covering specific fields like math, science, literature, art, and medicine, plus lessons on various aspects of specialized French.
French Schools, Classes, and Education
Links and information about issues in education (bilingual, homeschooling, adult) as well as where and how you can learn French, including schools, correspondence courses, and more.
French Employment, Careers, Jobs - French at Work
Put your French skills to work. These links will help you find language-related jobs and information on working in francophone countries. Isn't it about time you started making some money back from all those French classes?
Francophonie and Facts about French
Francophonie is the phenomenon of speaking French. Learn about le monde francophone: who speaks French, where in the world it is spoken, why this is so important. Links to francophone organizations, events, and other information.
Impersonal French - Lessons on Impersonal French
Grammatically speaking, impersonal refers to words or structures which are invariable.
French News, Radio, TV, Newspapers, Magazines
Reading, listening to, and watching the news in French is the perfect way to practice and improve your language skills. Check out these links to online newspapers, magazines, radio, and television from the francophone world.
Offline French Language Resources: Books, Audiobooks, Software
Check these links for French software, audiobooks, CDs, books... to help you learn and practice your French.
Proficiency in French - French Proficiency Standards - French Tests
Links to recognized standards of French proficiency as well as on- and off-line French tests.
Inspiration and Fun - French Language Inspiration
Wondering why you should learn French? Trying to inspire your students? Feeling burnt out? These links are here to help - find inspiration or just have some fun. :-)
Common French Mistakes and Difficulties
There are numerous French characteristics that cause confusion for many if not most students of French. This page includes links to areas of common mistakes and difficulty to help you overcome these issues once and for all.
French Dictionaries and Word Lists
Online French dictionaries and word lists are free and come in all shapes, sizes, and specializations. Check this page for links to all kinds of online French dictionaries as well as tips on choosing the right hard copy French dictionary for yourself.
French Tools For Teachers
A selection of French tools to help you learn, practice, and teach French, including a verb conjugator, dictionaries, and other essential French tools.
General info about the French language in the world
Where is French spoken and by how many people? How much influence has it had on English? What French do you need to know when traveling? Why should you learn French? What jobs use French?
French Subjunctive - Irregular Conjugations
While not as difficult as using the French subjunctive, conjugating the subjunctive of irregular and stem-changing verbs can be a little tricky.
How to Fake a French Accent
I love the beautiful accent that the French have when they speak English, and it can be fun or even useful to imitate it. If you're an actor, comedian, or grand séducteur, learn how to fake a French accent with this in-depth look at how the French speak English.
How to Fake a French Accent
I love the beautiful accent that the French have when they speak English, and it can be fun or even useful to imitate it. If you're an actor, comedian, or grand séducteur, learn how to fake a French accent with this in-depth look at how the French speak English. Page 2.
Directions in French
Do you know where you're going and how to get there? This French vocabulary will help you give and understand directions.
On y va - French Expression
Ready to learn about the French expression on y va? Let's go!
Tant pis - French Expression
Don't just say
Pour - French Preposition
The French preposition pour usually means for but has a few other possible meanings as well. It can be followed by a noun, pronoun, or infinitive.
Tout - French Adjective
Tout as an adjective has four forms (tout, toute, tous, toutes) and has various meanings. Page 2.
The French Word Tout and its Variations
Tout is one of the most common words in the French language, with four possible forms: tout, toute, tous, and toutes. It's also one of the most flexible French words, as it can be an adjective, adverb, noun, or pronoun.
En retard - French Expression
Learn about the meanings and uses of the French expression en retard.
Learn How to Speak French
Follow my tips to learn French more quickly and efficiently: what about French classes or learning French online ?
Tout à fait - French Expression
Learn about the meanings and uses of the idiomatic French expression tout à fait.
Materials, Tips, and Tools to Help you Learn French
Learning French is an ongoing and involved process. You can't learn how to speak French overnight, and you probably can't learn it entirely on your own. What you can do is use tools like this site to supplement your French learning.
Le Tout - French Noun
Le tout is a French noun meaning
Tout - French Pronoun
Tout can be a neuter pronoun or a plural pronoun. Page 5.
Tout - French Adverb
Tout as an adverb is nearly always invariable* and can be used with adverbs, adjectives, and the prepositions à and de. Page 3.
French and English Spelling Equivalents
Learn some common spelling equivalents in French and English - learn to recognize cognates.
Du tout - French Expression
Learn about the meaning and uses of the French expression du tout.
Tout à coup - French Expression
Learn about the meanings and uses of the idiomatic French expression tout à coup.
Garçon - Mot du Jour - French Word a Day
What does the French word garçon mean? How is it pronounced and used?
Soir - Soirée - French Expressions
The French words soir and soirée both mean evening and are also used in many expressions. Learn how to say evening meal, night owl, formal wear, and more.
Parts of the Body - French Expressions
Parts of the body are found in many idiomatic French expressions. Learn how to say irrelevant, lazy, hangover, and more. Each item in this list is linked to a detailed lesson with a sound file and examples of how to use the expression.
le Quatorze Juillet - Fête Nationale
Qu'est-ce que la Révolution française et le jour de la prise de la Bastille ?
French Irregular -RE Verbs
Irregular verbs are so named because they do not follow any of the regular conjugation patterns. But that doesn't mean that every irregular French verb is unique; many of them share a conjugation pattern with at least one other verb. French has five irregular -RE verb patterns.
Everyday French Phrases - Essential French
Not all vocabulary is created equal. There are some French phrases that you will hear literally every day, many times a day, and odds are that you should be using them that often too. Here are five truly essential everyday French phrases.
Free French Apps - French Mobile Applications
If you're looking for free French apps, you're in luck: there is a wide variety, from dictionaries to learning programs - here are some useful-sounding mobile applications related to French.
Joindre - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate joindre, an irregular -re French verb.
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Mentir - French Verb Conjugations
Learn how to conjugate mentir, an irregular -ir French verb.
Faux Amis - List of French English False Cognates
Don't be confused by these French words that look similar to English words. These faux amis beginning with A have very different meanings.
Faux Amis - List of French English False Cognates - Part 2
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Faux Amis - French English False Cognates List
Don't be confused by these French words that look similar to English words. These faux amis beginning with D have very different meanings.
Faux Amis - French English False Cognates Letter E
Don't be confused by these French words that look similar to English words. These faux amis beginning with E have very different meanings.
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List of French to English False Cognates
Don't be confused by these French words that look similar to English words. These faux amis beginning with F have very different meanings.
French to English False Cognates
Don't be confused by these French words that look similar to English words. These faux amis beginning with I have very different meanings.
Faux Amis - French English False Cognates - M
Don't be confused by these French words that look similar to English words. These faux amis beginning with M have very different meanings.
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French English False Cognates
Don't be confused by these French words that look similar to English words. These faux amis beginning with P have very different meanings.
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Faux Amis - French English False Cognates - R
Don't be confused by these French words that look similar to English words. These faux amis beginning with R have very different meanings.
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Faux Amis - French English False Cognates
Words that look very similar in French and English might have very different meanings, so watch out for these false cognates.
French Food Language - La Nourriture
Learn about French food: verbs used around food, meals, fruits and vegetables and other French food related vocabulary + audio sound files
Words for Meat - French Food Vocabulary
Here are the French words for various kinds of meat (la viande), milk (le lait) and desserts (les desserts), along with audio pronunciation. Page 2.
French Words and Expressions in English
The English language has borrowed a great number of French words and expressions. Some of this vocabulary has been so completely absorbed by English that speakers might not realize its origins, while other words and expressions have retained their Frenchness - a certain je ne sais quoi which speakers tend to be much more aware of. Here are some French words and expressions which are commonly used in English. Page 4.
French Words and Expressions in English
The English language has borrowed a great number of French words and expressions. Some of this vocabulary has been so completely absorbed by English that speakers might not realize its origins, while other words and expressions have retained their Frenchness - a certain je ne sais quoi which speakers tend to be much more aware of. Here are some French words and expressions which are commonly used in English. Page 2.
How French Has Influenced English
The English language has been shaped by a number of other languages over the centuries, and most English speakers know that Latin and German were two of the most important. What a lot of people don't realize is how much the French language has influenced English. This article is an attempt to introduce this reciprocal relationship to anyone interested in English and/or French linguistics.
French Words and Expressions in English
The English language has borrowed a great number of French words and expressions. Some of this vocabulary has been so completely absorbed by English that speakers might not realize its origins, while other words and expressions have retained their Frenchness - a certain je ne sais quoi which speakers tend to be much more aware of. Here are some French words and expressions which are commonly used in English. Page 3.
French Expressions Used in English
The English language has borrowed a great number of French words and expressions. Some of this vocabulary has been so completely absorbed by English that speakers might not realize its origins, while other words and expressions have retained their Frenchness - a certain je ne sais quoi which speakers tend to be much more aware of. Here are some French words and expressions which are commonly used in English. Page 5.
Love in French
The word love is used in many English expressions - do you know how to translate them into French? Page 4.
Heureux au jeu, malheureux en amour - French Expression
What does the idiomatic French expression heureux au jeu, malheureux en amour mean and how is it used?
Homophones are words that have the same pronunciation but different meanings and, sometimes, spellings. Therefore, French homophones can cause difficulties in oral comprehension and spelling. These pages should help you to understand the difference between the most common French homophones.
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J'en ai ras le bol - French Expression
Fed up with not understanding the idiomatic French expression j'en ai ras le bol? Learn all about it here.
Words And Phrases of Love in French
If French is the language of love, what better language is there to express your love? Here are some key French words and phrases related to love, friendship, and special occasions, as well as some French terms of endearment, with sound files, and step-by-step intructions on how to say I love you in French.
French Terms of Endearment
If French is the language of love, what better language is there to express your love? French has all kinds of interesting terms of endearment, including a rather odd assortment of barnyard animals. Check out this list of French terms of endearment to use with your loved ones (both romantic and familial). Page 2.
French Terms Related to Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras is an annual celebration called le mardi gras (literally,
Meilleurs vœux - French Expression
How do you say
Vocabulary and Tips to Help You Understand French Menus
Reading the menu in a French restaurant can be a little tricky, and not just due to language difficulties. There may be important differences between restaurants in France and in your own country, including what food is offered and how it is prepared. Here are some terms and tips to help you find your way around a French menu.
How to Read a French Menu - Food preparation, tastes, portions, ingredients, appearance
Reading the menu in a French restaurant can be a little tricky, and not just due to language difficulties. There may be important differences between restaurants in France and in your own country, including what food is offered and how it is prepared. Here are some terms and tips to help you find your way around a French menu. Page 2.
How to Read a French Menu - Typical French and regional dishes, unusual foods
Learn about some typical French and regional dishes, as well as some unusual foods that might not be to everyone's taste. On the other hand, if you're an adventurous eater, here are some things you might like to try. Page 3.
Mon œil ! - French Expression
My eye, my foot... what do either of these have to do with idiomatic French? Find out in my lesson on the expression mon Åil.
How to Say I Love You in French
They say that French is the language of love, so you'd better know how to say I love you! Check out this sound file and step-by-step instructions to learn how to say I love you in French. Page 3.
Il y a - French Expression
The French expression il y a can mean there is or there are and is one of the most important expressions in the French language.
French Crossword Puzzles - Mots fléchés
Mots fléchés are French crossword puzzles which provide clues within the puzzle itself, rather than in a list on the side. You can print out free mots fléchés to get a bit of challenging - and fun! - French practice every day.
French Terms Related to Movies and Film Festivals
Learn French vocabulary related to movies and film festivals, including cast, crew, genres, and useful verbs.
French Vocabulary - National Holidays and Patriotism
In honor of the 4th of July (American Independence Day), Bastille Day, Canada Day, and Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day, here is a list of French vocabulary related to national holidays.
Impossible n'est pas français - French Expression
What does the French proverb impossible n'est pas français mean and how is it used?
A l'écoute de la langue française - Learn French
If you want to learn French in the comfort of your own home, the A l'écoute de la langue française program might be just what you need. This self-study French class, available on CD-ROM, is divided into beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels.
A Moi Paris - French Audiobook
Improve your French listening comprehension with the online French audio book A Moi Paris.
Cognate Le mot apparenté - French Grammar, Pronunciation
Definition of le mot apparenté - cognate.
Antecedent, Antécédent - French Grammar + Pronunciation
Definition of antecedent / antécédent.
Auxiliary Verb - French Grammar + Pronunciation
Definition of auxiliary verb / verbe auxiliaire.
Clause - Proposition - French Grammar and Pronunciation
Definition of clause / proposition.
Conditional - French Grammar and Pronunciation
Definition of conditional / conditionnel.
Future Subjunctive - French Grammar and Pronunciation
Definition of future subjunctive / subjonctif futur.
Indirect Object Pronoun - Pronom objet indirect - French Grammar + Pronunciation Glossary
Definition of indirect object pronoun / pronom objet indirect.
120 dictées de français
Work on your French listening and writing skills at the same time. Dictation is a technique used in many language classes, and now 120 dictées de français offers hours of practice for independent learners.
Intransitive Verb - French Grammar and Pronunciation
Definition of intransitive verb / verbe intransitif.
Near Future Tense - French Grammar and Pronunciation
Definition of near future / futur proche.
Personal Pronoun - Pronom personnel - French Grammar + Pronunciation Glossary
Definition of personal pronoun / pronom personnel.