The French verbs parler à ou parler de can both be translated as “to speak” in English, but they are used in different contexts and have distinct meanings.
The French verbs penser à ou penser de can both be translated as “to think” in English, but they are used in different contexts and have distinct meanings. The prepositions à and de play an important role in deciding when to use the 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”
Jeanne did not give her children ten euros. Jeanne n’a pas donné dix euros à ses enfants. Jeanne did not give them ten (of them). Jeanne ne leur en a pas donné dix. Comparing French and English Sentence Structure 🎥 Scroll down to watch a mini-lesson about this sentence 🎥 It can be interesting toContinue reading “French Sentence Structure – Double Pronouns”