French Present Tense Story

La Journée de Vanessa – French Present Tense 👇 Scroll down for the English translation of this story 👇 La Journée de Vanessa Le réveil de Vanessa sonne à six heures.  Elle ne se lève pas tout de suite.  Elle reste au lit jusqu’à six heures et demie.  Ensuite, elle prend son petit-déjeuner.  Elle mangeContinue reading “French Present Tense Story”

French Past Tense Story – Le Passé Composé

La Journée de Vanessa – French Passé Composé 👇 Scroll down for the English translation of this story 👇 La Journée de Vanessa Ce matin, le réveil de Vanessa a sonné à six heures.  Elle ne s’est pas levée tout de suite.  Elle est restée au lit jusqu’à six heures et demie.  Ensuite, elle aContinue reading “French Past Tense Story – Le Passé Composé”

French Imperfect Tense Story – L’imparfait

La Journée de Vanessa – French Imperfect Tense 👇 Scroll down for the English translation of this story 👇 Pratiquement tous les jours, le réveil de Vanessa sonnait à six heures. Elle restait toujours un peu au lit et elle se levait généralement à 6 heures et demie, ce n’était pas trop tôt. Ensuite, elleContinue reading “French Imperfect Tense Story – L’imparfait”

French Imperfect Tense – L’imparfait

👉 Watch my video lesson on this French grammar topic at the bottom of this post 👈 French Imperfect Tense The imparfait is one of the ways you can speak in the past.  You may have already learned the passé composé.   🎯 What’s the difference between the imparfait and the passé composé? The imparfait doesContinue reading “French Imperfect Tense – L’imparfait”

French Power Verb POUVOIR

French Verb POUVOIR The verb POUVOIR means TO BE ABLE – CAN.  Using this verb in the conditional tense is a way to speak politely in French. Like many verbs, POUVOIR can be followed directly by an infinitive. 👉 Watch my lesson on pouvoir at the bottom of this post 👈 Pouvoir:  Present tense conjugationContinue reading “French Power Verb POUVOIR”

French Power Verb DEVOIR

French Verb DEVOIR The verb DEVOIR means TO HAVE TO – MUST.  Using this verb in the conditional tense is a way to speak politely in French. Like many verbs, DEVOIR can be followed directly by an infinitive. 👉 Watch my lesson on devoir at the bottom of this post 👈 Devoir:  Present tense conjugationContinue reading “French Power Verb DEVOIR”

French Power Verb SAVOIR

French Verb SAVOIR The verb SAVOIR means TO KNOW HOW.  Using this verb in the conditional tense is a way to speak politely in French. Like many verbs, SAVOIR can be followed directly by an infinitive. 👉 Watch my lesson on savoir at the bottom of this post 👈 Savoir:  Present tense conjugation Je saisContinue reading “French Power Verb SAVOIR”

French Negation in 3 Tenses

Common Ways to use French Negation When you want to make an affirmative statement or question negative, you need to do a little more than the way we do it in English.  In this lesson, you will learn some of the most commonly used forms of negation in the present, passé composé, and futur procheContinue reading “French Negation in 3 Tenses”

Vouloir – Essential French Verb

French Verb VOULOIR The verb VOULOIR means TO WANT.  Using this verb in the conditional tense is a way to speak politely in French. Like many verbs, VOULOIR can be followed directly by an infinitive. 👉 Watch my video tutorial on vouloir at the bottom of this post 👈 Vouloir:  Present tense conjugation Je veuxContinue reading “Vouloir – Essential French Verb”

French First Conditional Si Clauses

French First Conditional «Si Clauses» This French Si Clauses first Conditional free lesson will teach you how to use the first conditional type of si clause.  Even though you see the word conditional in the title, this particular kind of si clause does not involve the conditional tense. Once you’ve studied and learned how toContinue reading “French First Conditional Si Clauses”

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