Irregular French Verb – METTRE

Get a PDF of these conjugation charts with audio, and a 10 minute video lesson with a printable lesson guide in my free course. You’ll learn 12 ways to use this versatile verb in the present and passé composé tenses. You must be logged in to your LLL French Academy account to access this courseContinue reading “Irregular French Verb – METTRE”

Common French Irregular Verbs – Passé Composé

20 irregular verbs in the present tense PRENDRE – TO TAKE – PRIS j’ai pris nous avons pris tu as pris vous avez pris il a pris ils ont pris J’ai pris un café tous les  matins.I had (a cup of) coffee every morning.  APPRENDRE – TO LEARN – APPRIS j’ai appris nous avons apprisContinue reading “Common French Irregular Verbs – Passé Composé”

300 + True French-English Cognates

When you’re learning a new language, a cognate is an easy word to remember because it looks and means the same thing as a word you already know. For this reason, recognizing cognates in written form is very easy. Though these words look exactly alike and have the same meaning, pronunciation is often very differentContinue reading “300 + True French-English Cognates”

French Pronunciation Lesson

👉 Scroll down to watch our video lesson on difficult words to pronounce in French 👈 Difficult Words to Pronounce in French This is a lesson to help you out with difficult French pronunciation. You know how some French words just seem impossible? You may find some of those on this list, and I’ll betContinue reading “French Pronunciation Lesson”

8 Ways to Say “Because” in French

8 Ways to Say because in French 1. Parce que – Because This is a subordinating conjunctive phrase that answers the question why – pourquoi.   A subordinating conjunction is a word which joins together a dependent clause and an independent clause.  You can begin a sentence with parce que if you wish.  Car isContinue reading “8 Ways to Say “Because” in French”

French Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns

Direct vs Indirect Object Pronouns It can be difficult knowing when to use direct and indirect object pronouns in French. The grammar can be very different than in English. The first thing to understand is the difference between a DIRECT OBJECT and an INDIRECT OBJECT, and then you can more easily identify them in aContinue reading “French Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns”

Falloir, Devoir, Pronouns – Mini French Lesson

TRANSLATE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE USING THE VERB DEVOIR IN THE PRESENT TENSE: 👉 He has to leave the house now. You have two options when translating this sentence to French. 👉 Il doit partir de la maison maintenant. 👉 Il doit quitter la maison maintenant. It is important to notice that the verb partir isContinue reading “Falloir, Devoir, Pronouns – Mini French Lesson”

Il faut – Mini French Lesson

FALLOIR = TO NEED The verb falloir can be used in many different ways. Get the comprehensive lesson here. In this mini lesson, we’ll talk about how to express need by using this verb. You can still use avoir besoin de to mean need, but you’ll sound much more French if you use falloir! WhenContinue reading “Il faut – Mini French Lesson”

Être – Avoir – Aller – Faire: Conjugation Charts and Pronunciation

Present Tense: Être – Aller – Avoir – Faire Passé Composé: Être – Aller – Avoir – Faire Imperfect Tense: Être – Aller – Avoir – Faire Futur Simple Tense: Être – Aller – Avoir – Faire Conditional Tense: Être – Aller – Avoir – Faire Plus-Que-Parfait Tense: Être – Aller – Avoir – FaireContinue reading “Être – Avoir – Aller – Faire: Conjugation Charts and Pronunciation”

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