How to Use “Même” in French

The French futur simple tense is used to express actions or events that will happen in the future.  It is typically used when discussing plans, predictions, intentions, or possibilities.   

French C’est vs Il est – Top Ten Tips

If you’ve already learned how to conjugate and start using one of the most essential verbs in French – ÊTRE – Bravo!   Now it’s time to move on to another crucial aspect of être – knowing when to use “c’est” and “il est.” This is a concept that will leave you feeling completely lost if nobody ever tells you about aContinue reading “French C’est vs Il est – Top Ten Tips”

Is there a present perfect tense in French?

The verb tense called the present perfect in English doesn’t exist in French. How is this be possible? We use the present perfect tense all the time in English. How do the French get along without it? Examples of the present perfect in English: She has lived here for three years. We have (already) beenContinue reading “Is there a present perfect tense in French?”

Ways to say “have, has, had” in French

Here’s a list of ways to say have, has, had in French: She has a big apartment. She had a big apartment. AVOIRElle a un grand appartement. Elle avait un grand appartement. I have to finish my homework. I had to finish my homework. DEVOIR / FALLOIRJe dois finir mes devoirs.J’ai dû finir mes devoirs.Continue reading “Ways to say “have, has, had” in French”

French Sentence Structure – Pronouns Y and EN

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. 🎥 ScrollContinue reading “French Sentence Structure – Pronouns Y and EN”