French conversation – Exchanging opinions and writing a message about waste and environment (Levels A2 and +)

Practice French conversation and learn vocabulary to express an opinion about waste, recycling, environment QUESTIONS Contact us below to converse with a French tutor

French listening comprehension – “Un choc national: le restautant Paul Bocuse perd une étoile!” (levels B1 and +)

Practice French comprehension – listening  comprehension 1. Listen to the audio 2. Complete the text Après ___ ans au firmament, le restaurant Paul-Bocuse perd sa troisième étoile. L’Auberge du Pont-de-Collonges __ ____ sa troisième étoile dans l’édition 2020 du Guide Michelin __ ____ le __ _____. La maison de l’Auberge du Pont-de-Collonges sera donc ____  … Read more French listening comprehension – “Un choc national: le restautant Paul Bocuse perd une étoile!” (levels B1 and +)

How to improve listening comprehension in French?

Listening comprehension is always difficult when learning a new language, and French is not an exception! Recognizing sounds, identify words and their meaning is a complex process that requires practice.  A great tool to do that is to do dictation in French. Here are some exercises which will focus on the various aspects of the … Read more How to improve listening comprehension in French?

French reading comprehension B2 – “Faire une synthèse de thèse!”

French reading comprehension practice helps you to prepare for level B2 exams and discuss complex concepts in French. Read the following text and answer the questions below. Read the following article Answer the questions Register for a conversation session

Articles in French (Level A)

Learn and understand the different articles in French Articles définis  LE / LA / LES  corresponds to THE Paul est le fils de Robert et d’Anne. [ Paul is THE son of Robert and Anne] Mary est la fille d’Anne et de Robert. Mary et Paul sont les enfants de Robert et d’Anne.   Articles indéfinis … Read more Articles in French (Level A)

French reading exercise – “Perdu en mer” (Level B1+)

Practice French reading exercise Levels b1 and more –  Preparing French DELF B1 – Practicing French conversation Read the following text in French and answer the questions below. Identify new French words and expressions. What would you feel if you get lost at sea? Discuss in French.   Advanced Level (B2+) What would you have … Read more French reading exercise – “Perdu en mer” (Level B1+)

French activity – A personality test in French “Quel(le) ami(e) êtes-vous?” (Levels A2 and +)

Practice French by taking a personality test: Which type of friend are you? Find out which type of friend you are: Want to practice with a French tutor? Register for a free session here

French grammar – Indefinite adjectives (All levels)

Review and practice use of indefinite adjectives in French Types of French indefinite adjectives  The indefinite adjective autre/autres (another, other, different) The indefinite adjective aucun/aucune…ne (no, any, a single, one single) The indefinite adjective certain(e) (certain, some) [ Etre certain/e–> To be sure] The indefinite adjective chaque (each, every) The indefinite adjective quelque (s) (a … Read more French grammar – Indefinite adjectives (All levels)

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