The future in French can be expressed in three different ways – le futur proche (aller + infinitive form of the verb), le futur simple or even at times with le présent.
The choice depends mostly on whether you are talking about a planned event which will definitely take place; or whether you are thinking about something that could eventually take place one day; or if your...Read More
This French lesson on video will teach you how to greet people in French in shops, and in the day-to-day life in France. You will learn the vocabulary and the sounds related to French greetings. This French learning video is produced by Céline, a French native teacher, who manages the online French school “Learn French at Home“.
In this French for beginner lesson, Céline...Read More
Cheese fondue is a specialty of Switzerland and of both Savoie and Haute-Savoie (fondue savoyarde) in the French Alps. However, the recipe we present here calls for Swiss cheeses. Fondue is most often made from cheese alone, but adding some boletus (or any other mushroom), makes it even more delicious.
Learn French while cooking and enjoy this recipe in English or in...Read More
Are you fearful about learning French? Put your fears aside!
Some of our new students at Learn French at Home tell us that they are quite intimidated in learning the language of Molière, Voltaire and Rousseau, that they consider to be a very classy and academic language. Find below some explanations on how to learn the French language by putting your fears aside…
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When you visit Paris, you want to feel comfortable in your environment. French culture is very much different from what you are accustomed to. This 5 step guide will not only help make your visit to Paris more enjoyable, it will also save you money!
1. Learn How To Speak French Before You Visit Paris
Far too many people travel to France without...Read More
To help you to find the best way to learn French and to speak like a French person, we are continuing our series of lists of expressions (published in French Accent Magazine) that one should and should not say if one wants to speak like a French person and be understood immediately by the French.
Many of the typical mistakes made by non-native speakers are the result of translating...Read More
Which French verb to use when you’re visiting a place, a friend, or a professional.
In English, we can use the verb ‘to visit’ for a place, a person, or a doctor.
However, in French, le verbe visiter is only used when a traveler is doing some sightseeing, a guided tour, or a house:
Je visite la Tour Eiffel aujourd’hui. = I’m visiting the Eiffel Tower today.
Demain, je vais...Read More