French Quiz – Être, Aller, Avoir, Faire

Take this free quiz to see how well you know when and how to use the essential French verbs être, aller, avoir, and faire in the present tense.  This is an A1 level quiz, but it’s always a good idea to review even if this isn’t new to you!  RELATED POSTS AND LESSONS

How to use the French word SI

How to use the French word SI The word si is used all the time in French! However, you may have noticed that it’s not always used the same way. That’s because si has several meanings, and it’s all about context.    Sometimes, SI means YES Si means yes after negative questions. Once you get theContinue reading “How to use the French word SI”

French Numbers 1 – 100

1 un 2 deux 3 trois 4 quatre 5 cinq 6 six 7 sept 8 huit 9 neuf 10 dix 11 onze 12 douze 13 treize 14 quatorze 15 quinze 16 seize 17 dix-sept 18 dix-huit 19 dix-neuf 20 vingt 21 vingt-et-un 22 vingt-deux 23 vingt-trois 24 vingt-quatre 25 vingt-cinq 26 vingt-six 27 vingt-sept 28Continue reading “French Numbers 1 – 100”

How to use the prepositions EN and DANS in French

🎥 Scroll down to watch Jennifer’s video lesson on the prepositions EN and DANS 🎥 EN vs DANS In French, the prepositions en and dans both mean in, and they can both express time and location. However,  they are not interchangeable. Their usage depends on context and grammar. EN Use EN to express the lengthContinue reading “How to use the prepositions EN and DANS in French”

US States in French with Prepositions

US States in French with Prepositions of Location Practice and master this vocabulary on Quizlet When you want to say that you are in a state, or that you’re going to  a state, you need to know two things. What’s the name of the state in French? Is the state masculine or feminine? Use ENContinue reading “US States in French with Prepositions”

French Parts of Speech – Les Parties du Discours

French Parts of Speech Learning French can seem really difficult when you don’t really understand the basics of English grammar. Have a look at the charts below if you find yourself shutting down as soon as your teacher or others in your study group start talking about pronouns, verbs, conjunctions, and other parts of speech.Continue reading “French Parts of Speech – Les Parties du Discours”

French Sentence Structure – Indirect Object Pronouns

Comparing French and English Sentence Structure It can be interesting to look at French sentences and their English translations while comparing the two. Once you have identified corresponding words, you will realize how many similarities there are French and English. You’ll also notice some big differences, and those are worth examining more closely. Present TenseContinue reading “French Sentence Structure – Indirect Object Pronouns”

Il y a – French Expression – There is

IL Y A IL Y A is probably the most useful expression in French. Il y a There is Il y a There are It doesn’t matter if what comes next is singular or plural.  In the present tense, the expression is always IL Y A.  Il y a une abeille sur la fleur. ThereContinue reading “Il y a – French Expression – There is”

French Sentence Structure Activity

Comparing French and English Sentence Structure This mini-course includes four videos in which I lead you progressively through texts that begin at the A1 beginner level and move up to the B2 upper-intermediate level by the end.  👇 🎥 Watch the video below to hear all of the sentences being read aloud 🎥 👇  AllContinue reading “French Sentence Structure Activity”

TU vs VOUS – French Subject Pronouns

TU vs VOUS One of the really big differences that exists between French and English is that in French there are two ways to say YOU.  It’s really important to know which one you need to use because they are definitely not interchangeable.   When learning French subject pronouns the difference between TU and VOUS isn’tContinue reading “TU vs VOUS – French Subject Pronouns”