If you’re wandering in the streets of Paris looking for a shop and you need to ask for directions in French, how will you ask? And even better, what if someone asks you for directions to a place you know, how will you help them? Let’s take a look at the verbs and expressions most commonly used to give simple and yet efficient directions in French.
If you’re lost and cannot find La...Read More
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Are you planning a trip to France anytime soon? If so, don’t forget that while you’re there, you might need to clearly communicate your personal contact information. If you have been studying French, you should be able to do so without too much effort. However, it’s not always as easy as one thinks. We’ve noticed with our students at Learn French at Home that...Read More
Choucroute is a typical recipe from Alsace traditionally served with charcuterie (cooked pork meats). However, one can also prepare it with fish, which is becoming a tasty alternative.
La choucroute est une recette typique de l’Alsace. Elle est normalement servie avec de la charcuterie, des saucisses, etc. Mais on peut aussi la préparer avec du poisson, une alternative...Read More
Semolina cake is a delicious dessert that is not too difficult to make, especially if you have experience making soufflés.
Le gâteau de semoule est un dessert délicieux et facile à faire, surtout si vous avez déjà fait des soufflés.
And more widely, what verb do you use when you want to say that you like cheese a lot but that you like chocolate better?
Have you ever seen a child in France plucking the petals of a daisy one at a time while saying “Je t’aime, un peu, beaucoup, passionnément, à la folie, pas du tout” (I love you, a little, a lot, passionately, madly, not at all), the last petal determining...Read More
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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...Read More
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