The French word chose is a feminine noun: une chose (a thing). It may thus seem logical to think the set phrases quelque chose and autre chose are feminine, too. That’s forgetting only too quickly that the French language is full of surprisesDetails
I have started offering a new service for professionals throughout the world who need to maintain their level of French: Online French Conversation Sessions.
Of course, if you use French professionally, it means you are already fluent or nearly fluent. However, if you don’t live and work in a French-speaking country, you may feel the need to speak with a French native who still lives in France.
You may be unsure as to what preposition –à, de or par– you should use after the French verbs commencer and continuer.
Well, rest assured you are not the only one for that is a question quite a number of students who attend…
If you look up the difference between among and between, you will find two kinds of explanations, one just saying that between is used when referring to 2 items and among with 3 and more, and another saying it is more a question of the following words referring to a specific item (for between) or a group (for among)…Details
Happy New Year! May 2019 bring joy, peace and some magic to your life! To start this new year, I would like to share this quote by Christopher McCandless, the young American traveler who was the subject of “Into the Wild”: “The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there…Details
Stop confusing these 3 French words: matière, matériau and matériel! Matière, matériau and matériel are 3 French words that are easily confused by learners of French as a foreign language. It is not surprising when you know that in many languages, there may be only one or two translations for the 3 words. First of…Details