The Beginner's Complete Guide to Asking French Questions

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Imagine the scenario: You’re in French class. And you need help.

What do you do?

You ask a question, of course!

But wait—learning French should be immersive. In other words, it should be done in French. So …

French Nouns 101: The Comprehensive Guide You’ve Been Waiting For

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Beyoncé.

Paris.

Adorable, furry kittens.

What do all of these have in common?

They are all nouns!

You know what nouns are!

You might remember from English class that a noun is a person, place, thing or idea.…

Comment t'appelles-tu ? : The Complete Guide to Introduce Yourself in French

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Hey—you!

I need your opinion.

What’s the most important first step when learning French?

Is it mastering essential daily French phrases? Is it memorizing travel vocabulary?

And what did you say your name was again?

What do …

The Ins and Outs of French Verb Conjugation

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When you started learning French, perhaps you imagined your future self chatting with a waiter at a chic Parisian bistro.

Or maybe you dreamed of traveling through Marrakech, making local friends over cups of mint tea. Or, of finally …

Looking for Cute French Words? 20 Adorable Expressions to Know

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I’ll never forget that moment as I raised my hand in French class.

I knew I shouldn’t ask. I knew it wouldn’t lead to any good.

But, I was just too curious—and, apparently, too lazy to Google it.…

Want a Vocabulary Boost? 250 Easy French Words to Add to Your Speech

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What’s the fastest way to learn French?

Should you invest in an expensive French course?

Splurge on high-end French wine and cheese?

Consult the nearest psychic?

What if I told you that you needed none of those things?!

It’s true—…

Listen to French: 5 Beginner-friendly Audio Resources for Learners

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It can be so frustrating to study French for a long time but still be lost when listening to it.

You might know endless vocabulary words and have your grammar perfected, but spoken French still just sounds like gibberish.…