French language tip – how to use past and future tenses right away? (All levels)

French verbs – Conjugation in French  – French language help You know verb VENIR (to come) and ALLER (to go) in French? Great news, you know how to make sentences in the past and future tenses! 1) Using verb VENIR to indicate past tense: Use the present tense of VENIR + DE + INFINITIVE  form Read More …

Start Learning French – Study Guide 1

Salutations Greetings Monsieur Sir Madame Ma’am (Mrs.) Mademoiselle Miss Bonjour, Monsieur Good day (Hello), Sir Bonsoir Good evening Au revoir Goodbye Salut! Hi! À tout à l’heure! See you in a little while. (same day) À ce soir. See you this evening. À demain. See you tomorrow. À bientôt. See you soon. (probably not on Read More …

How to speak French fast? – Funny video for all!!!

A short video to show you to speak French fast and easily! View the video on this page More seriously… The French language is not easy but it can be fun to learn with the proper support. Contact us to schedule a Free session on Skype and start a program online at your convenience. A Read More …

French test to evaluate level – Practice French

French language evaluation – Test your French – Review French   1) Les articles : complétez avec ‘UN’, ‘UNE’, ‘DES’ :   fleur  habitudes  ami 2) Complétez avec un article défini [le / la / l’ / les] J’aime  vacances. J’aime  été. J’aime  sport. J’aime  nature. 3) Complétez avec à / au / aux / à la Je vais  Paris. Je vais  marché. Read More …

Reading Comprehension – “Histoire de la bicyclette” (Level A)

Read and Understand French – French Vocabulary for beginners – Short description in French Histoire du vélo Le 12 juillet 1817, un Allemand de 32 ans, le baron Drais assis à califourchon sur une planche en bois reliant deux roues parcourt avec sa machine 14,4 kilometres en une heure par action de ses pieds sur Read More …

Beginning in French – Basic grammar rules in French

  1) Gender of a noun Every noun in French is ‘gendered’ , it is either a masculin or feminin. Some general rules can help you determine if a noun is feminin or masculine; ex: nouns ending with ‘e’ and ‘tion’ are general  feminin , but beware of multiple exceptions! (see in further lesson) . Read More …