C’est bon ? Non, c’est meilleur ! If you’re learning French, I know that you’ve asked yourself, more than once, should I be saying bien or bon? The same type of question comes up in trying to choose between meilleur or mieux. It is confusing, and since they are extremely present in the French language you need to understand them so you can use them with more...Read More
This sumptuous seafood recipe created by our chef Vincent is one of our preferred meals. One can hardly imagine a more successful mixture of savours!
Ce somptueux plat de fruits de mer, une invention de notre chef Vincent, est l’un de nos préférés. On peut diﬃcilement imaginer un mélange de saveurs plus réussi !
Our French Recipe’s for French Learners are designed to help put your new language skills to work. We’ve outlined these authentic French recipe’s in both English and French languages for your learning enjoyment.
This shrimp cocktail is a delightful and refreshing dish for summer, which will also give you the opportunity to learn how to make French cocktail sauce, much...Read More
The passé composé versus the imparfait ! When studying French, everyone needs to spend some time going over the tricky relationship between these two main past tenses. Instead of trying to figure out how they translate exactly into English grammar terminology (it doesn’t work in many cases), it is better to understand how and when they are used in French. First, it is important...Read More
Reflexive verbs (also called pronominal verbs – verbes réfléchis or verbes pronominaux in French) play an important role in the French language. They have a particularity: these verbs are always accompanied with a reflexive pronoun. These reflexive pronouns technically mean “myself”, “yourself”, “himself”, “ourselves”, “themselves”.
I. What are the use, the form and the types...Read More
C’est vs Il est, Which one to Use?
Don’t you find it puzzling when you hear a French person using c’est about a person? For instance: c’est un Anglais – il est avocat (he is an English man, he is a lawyer). As you probably already know, c’est means “this/it is” so why not use il est or elle est ? Well, we just have to accept that when...Read More
These following French learning tips can be all very helpful, but most importantly; don’t be afraid to speak and to involve the French you meet in your language learning!
We would like to offer a few suggestions we hope you will find useful and interesting. When learning a foreign language, we know that it can be exciting, motivating, rewarding and fun but inevitably, at times,...Read More