14 French Expressions with the verb FAIRE

I know French conjugation is harder than English conjugation. Some verbs are regular, which is nice but some are irregular, and that’s hard. Or to be positive we could call it a good memory exercise because, yes, you just need
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15 Mispronounced French Foods

Last week I taught you how to pronounce French brands, today I’m going to teach you how to pronounce 15 French foods properly! They’re usually mispronounced so I decided to fix it for you! I will also use them in
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14 Mispronounced French Brands

Today I want to teach you how to pronounce French brand names properly. I hear them mispronounced regularly so I thought this would be useful and fun! I will give you 14 brand names and then use them in a
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French Prepositions with Gainsbourg

How to practice French prepositions, ask questions, review your imparfait, and learn new geographic terms in only one blog post? That's easy, just ask Serge Gainsbourg. In 1967, he and Jean-Loup Dabadie write a musical called Anna starring among a
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Demonstrative pronouns: CELUI-CI, CELLE-CI, CEUX-CI, CELLES-CI

Last week we learned about the demonstrative adjectives ce, cet, cette, and ces which mean this, that, these, and those. This week, I’m going to explain to you the demonstrative pronouns: celui-ci, celle-ci, ceux-ci, celles-ci so you fully understand the
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Demonstrative adjectives: CE, CET, CETTE, CES

All these annoying little c words! I mean: ce, cet, cette, ces… can quickly become confusing and overwhelming. After all they all look similar. Does that make them interchangeable? Oh no. Non non non. But don’t worry, during this video,
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Vive la Révolution

America just celebrated its national day and now it's France's turn! While I cannot take part in the 4th of July festivities because of my dogs who are not keen on fireworks, I will definitely be fully celebrating France national day, le
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Devoir: Must or Should?

Did you know that we use the same verb in French to express must and should? Et oui, only one verb: devoir. Sometimes devoir means must and sometimes it means should. And how are you supposed to know which one
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10 Meanings for OUH LÀ LÀ

Let me tell you right away, there are so many more meanings for OUH LÀ LÀ because it can mean whatever in the world you want to express! You simply need to adjust your tone and your voice for OUH
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Sing in slow French, classic or exotic?

Time for another song: Mon amie la rose Why did I choose this song for you? That's easy: -It's a beautiful song drawing a parallel between the short lived beauty and existence of a rose and that of a woman. -It's
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Most Commonly Used French Acronyms

You know that feeling when someone uses an acronym and you have no idea what it stands for? It happens in our own language so never mind in a foreign language! It’s not pleasant not knowing what people are talking
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French Préposition À

Remember last week’s video on the French préposition DE? I told you that a preposition was a liaison word that was invariable, this means it has no feminine, no masculine, no singular, no plural, it never changes. That’s one good
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French Préposition DE

Before we start, let me ask you something. What is a preposition? Very simple: a preposition is a liaison word that is invariable: it has no feminine, no masculine, no singular, no plural, it never changes. There’s some good
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J’aime Paris au Mois de Mai

Here's a very festive song about Paris and the month of May! I think you will also appreciate the fact that this song a nice reunion of old (Charles Aznavour) and new (Zaz) generations of French singing traditions. Plis, it
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French Possessive Pronouns

What’s the difference in French between my and mine? Her is masculine? There are 3 ways of saying your and 3 other ways of saying yours? Ok there’s ma, mon, mes, le mien, la mienne, les miens, à moi, etc.
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Virginie Paradis

Bonjour! I am your French friend Virginie helping You become a little bit French!I am passionate about sharing my beautiful language, culture, & country with You, and having an immense amount of fun doing so!

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