So that’s it. You’ve been seduced by the beauty of French.
And now, naturally, you want to speak French!
I’m thrilled you’ve made the decision—you won’t regret it!
In Japanese, saying “you” is considered rude, and there are at least seven different ways to say “I.”
Lucky for you, this is the French language blog, where pronouns like “you” and “I” are much simpler to learn and use.…
Bonjour, je veux apprendre le francais. (Hello, I want to learn French.)
See the problem here?
I will give you a sec. Found it?
We write français not francais!
That little appendage on the “c” is an accent, and …
“My pet unicorn is named Archibald.”
“I just won a million dollars!”
“My father takes a spaceship to the moon every Tuesday.”
What do these three improbable sentences have in common?
They all use verbs in the indicative mood.
“Hello! How are you?”
“I’m fine, thank you. And you?”
This seems like a pretty basic conversation, right?
But, could you say those phrases in French?
Knowing how to ask “how are you?” is fundamental for meeting people or …
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