How to use the pronoun EN in French

The French pronoun EN replaces a QUANTITY EN refers to a noun that is introduced by: De / de la / du / des / d’ / un, une or any other numberExpressions of quantity like:  un verre de / un kilo de / une bouteille de..Adverbs of quantity like:  beaucoup de / peu deContinue reading “How to use the pronoun EN in French”

List of French Verbs Followed by the Preposition DE + NOUN

French verbs followed by DE + NOUN These verbs must be followed by DE when they are used before a NOUN whether it be a thing or a person.  There are other verbs that need DE, but here are some of the most common ones.  It will not be helpful to translate from English to FrenchContinue reading “List of French Verbs Followed by the Preposition DE + NOUN”

List of French Verbs Followed by the Preposition À + NOUN

French verbs followed by À + NOUN These verbs must be followed by À when they are used before a NOUN whether it be a thing or a person.  There are other verbs that need À, but here are some of the most common ones.  It will not be helpful to translate from English to FrenchContinue reading “List of French Verbs Followed by the Preposition À + NOUN”

List of French Verbs Followed by the Preposition DE + INFINITIVE

French verbs followed by DE + INFINITIVE These verbs must be followed by DE when they are used before verbs in the INFINITIVE form.  There are other verbs that need DE, but here are some of the most common ones.  It will not be helpful to translate from English to French because many times we don’tContinue reading “List of French Verbs Followed by the Preposition DE + INFINITIVE”

List of French Verbs Followed by the Preposition À + INFINITIVE

French  verbs followed by À + INFINITIVE These verbs must be followed by À when they are used before verbs in the INFINITIVE form.  There are other verbs that need À, but here are some of the most common ones.  It will not be helpful to translate from English to French because many times we don’tContinue reading “List of French Verbs Followed by the Preposition À + INFINITIVE”

List of French Verbs Followed Directly by Infinitives

French verbs not followed by prepositions + INFINITIVE The following French verbs can be followed immediately by verbs in the infinitive form.  The prepositions À and DE are not required. This lesson is more advanced and includes more verbs than my A2 level lesson. Check out my full course which includes examples in French andContinue reading “List of French Verbs Followed Directly by Infinitives”

French Prepositions Before Infinitives

Certain French verbs must be followed by DE, À, or NOTHING when an infinitive comes next.  This lesson includes common verbs that you will likely use on a regular basis.  You can follow any of these verbs with regular or irregular infinitives. TRÈS IMPORTANT:  Keep in mind that this is a lesson about verbs when followedContinue reading “French Prepositions Before Infinitives”

Level B2 – French Relative Pronoun DONT

This is a comprehensive lesson on the French relative pronoun DONT for upper-intermediate B2 level learners.  This advanced level lesson includes a grammar video tutorial (scroll down to watch) in which I explain rules and show you plenty of examples so you can see how this pronoun is used in context. I will guide you through a 24Continue reading “Level B2 – French Relative Pronoun DONT”