French language explained
There are many letters in French that we write but we don’t pronounce! Find out what they are by reading this very detailed article.
Learn the difference between direct and indirect pronouns / indirect objects in the French language. Click here to know more about this subject.
Learn how to use the pronoun Y in French. It is a pronoun we use a lot so it’s important to know how it works.
Learn how to use the pronoun EN in French. It is a pronoun we use a lot so it’s important to know how it works.
Learn more about the difference between the imparfait and the passé-composé. These two tenses have very different meanings.
Apprenez-en plus sur les hypothèses en français : l’hypothèse du futur, du présent, du passé. Révisez leur structure et leur signification.
Learn how to conjugate in the future tense in French, and understand the difference between the ” futur proche” and the “futur simple”
Learn more about the pronominal verbs in the French language. What they mean, what the different categories are…
In French, we have two pronouns that we use in a very similar way: “on” and “nous”.
Why that? Learn more about the pronoun ”on” here.
Although this is changing now, some professions are traditionally used in the masculine form in French, even for women! Let’s learn more about that.
How to master genders in the French language? This is a complicated thing for non-native speakers! Learn more about genders and feel more comfortable with this concept.
Learn the historical reasons why some countries are masculine and others feminine in the French Language.
The story of days’names in French is linked with gods and Universe. Why that? Read this article to know more about that.
You want to know more about CEFR and A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 levels? Read this article that explains what’s under these denominations.
Why are French numbers so complicated? In this article, you’ll find a historical explanation that will make everything simple … or at least more logical.
When should we say VOUS and TU in French? Sometimes it’s not easy to tell. Here is a little guide on how to use these two words to avoid embarrassment.
Are you, as an adult, able to learn as well as a child? What do you need to learn efficiently? Are you motivated enough? Are you able to overcome your frustration? It is important to go through these questions when you start learning a new language.