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French Grammar

Learn French Grammar the right and easy way with this series of Lessons and Exercises! Readers who are interested in mastering the French language may visit our list of Native French Tutors in order to gain further insights and improve fluency.

Difference Between French Passé Composé vs Imparfait

The key to understanding the difference between passé composé vs. imparfait is to keep in mind specific event vs background or ongoing event. Let's dive deeper into the two to have a better grasp of the concept.

All You Need To Know About French Possessive Adjectives

When it comes to French Possessive Adjectives, our main focus should zero down on figuring out what we're 'describing'. The gender of the speaker does not play the only role here.

`Tout vs Tous`: Make No Confusion Anymore

Often people get confused between Tous and Tout. Let us help you have a clear understanding of the two through this guide and use them in your sentences.

French Object Pronouns – How to Use These Tricky Words

Nouns are words that represent people, places, things or ideas. There are also words that can be used to substitute for nouns. One such case is the object pronoun, which replaces nouns that have been affected by verbs. Correctly using these pronouns ...

Let’s Master French Punctuation, Spaces And More!

Learn how to use punctuation effectively in French with our quick and easy guide. From useful tips to handy tricks, we've got it covered.

French Pronunciation 101 – Sound Like a French Person

By the sound of it, the French language is romantic and pleasant to the ears. However, there are many aspects to keep in mind to make sure you're hitting the right accent. Just like in English, there are concepts such as silent letters, emphasized ...

The French Past Tense – The Most Used and Useful Verb Tense

When we talk about actions which have happened or are repeated in a series but all in the past, then past tenses are used. Whether it’s writing or oral interaction, this tense drenches English language through and through. This is no different in ...

Impressive French Idioms – Add Spark To Your Conversations

Just like our conversations in English are made aesthetically audible by adding idioms, your French can sound classier too! We’ve carefully curated a few idioms for you to impress the next francophone you encounter.

Do Not Get Confused With French Plural: Use This Guide

Struggling with the use of French plural? Here is an ultimate guide to use French plurals and make effective French sentences to become a pro-French speaker.

Hey Dr. Mrs. Vandertramp, please help!

How could your best friend not know about that absolute gorgeous gown you saw for the prom? Don’t you have to tell your family about the crazy thing that happened at work today? This implies that to get them on board, you’d have to relay what ...

French Infinitive: How to use any kind of Infinitive Form

In French, infinitives form the base and are the first step we understand about verbs in the language. This is the purest, unconjugated part through which you later conjugate new constructions and make sentences. There are three endings with which ...

The French Verb Forms Explained Once and for All

French Verb forms enable you to form sentences to talk about the present, the past or the future. It can seem overwhelming when you first hear about how many of them there are and how the list just never seems to end, but it’s actually very simple. ...

French Past Participle – Let’s Dive Deep Into The Meaning

Did you ever realize how many ‘-ed’ words you employ while talking? Words like ‘closed’, ‘formed’, ‘liked’ etc. are all part of this. This suffix mentioned, is the past participle in English. If you have learned English all your life, it’s possible ...

French Vowels – How to Say them like A Native French Speaker

A, E, I, O, U, as we know, are the English vowels. But what about the ones in French? Vowels are the liberating heroes language as they aren’t obstructed by any movement in the mouth. An action that limits your airflow to make a sound creates a ...

A Complete Toolkit to Perfect Passé Composé

Rumored to be the most frequently used past tense, the passé composé is an important concept in French grammar. It can be used alone but is often seen in conjunction with other tenses – which can get complicated. But no worries! This guide will ...

A Definitive Guide to French Negation

French negation can be tough, but a simple formula and this quick guide will help. Here are our tips and tricks to using French negation in a natural and easy way.

Get Well Versed With French Nouns – Master the Four Rules!

Sitting through rigorous English classes during school taught us that Nouns are names of a person, thing, place or a theory. French also believes in the same definition but with its own set of rules. Here is your walkthrough through them.

Learning French Conjugation 101

The only way you can construct sentences in French is if you learn the art of conjugation. With the various forms of tenses or verb forms (present, past, future), understanding the basic in each will help you become stronger in both writing and ...

Know French Verb Être and Its Conjugations

The French verb être is one complicated verb to deal with, and you'll use it constantly in French. Follow our guide to using être, and you'll make a big impact on your French language skills.

The Best Tips to Conjugate the French Verb Faire

Worried about conjugating the irregular French verb faire? Fret not -- this guide is exactly what you need to learn how to conjugate faire smoothly and efficiently, as if French were your first language.

The Imperative in French: Time To Master Commands

The Imperative in French is used to give commands or to make requests. It can also be used to give warnings, directions, or advice. The imperative is used in many different situations in our every day lives, so it's important to know how it works in ...

Get Acquainted with French Pronouns – Add Flow to your Sentences

It’s time to learn an essential component of French grammar – Pronouns. As you’re well-aware of the definition in English, let’s recall it one more time so that we’re all on the same page.

Your Manual To French Transition Words

If you want to satisfy your perfection at dabbling with French whether it’s written or oral, here is a carefully crafted guide for you.

The French Conditional Tense: Learn How To Use It Effectively

Finding the French Conditional Tense hard to learn? Our quick and comprehensive guide is here to help better your understanding of the Conditional Tense! Read on to find out how to use it effectively and master it in no time.

Reflexive Verbs in French – Delve into Different Situations and Master Yourself

As the name suggests, reflexive verbs are so commonly used that they almost feel like a ‘reflex’ reaction of a language. Whether it’s talking about your day or portraying feelings and even to the first greeting with a stranger, reflexive verbs exist ...

Want To Become An Expert In French Relative Pronouns?

Are French Relative Pronouns throwing you off? Lequel, laquelle and lesquelles making your head spin? We know exactly what you mean, which is why we created this simple guide to break it all down for you.

French Prepositions: Linking Words You Need to Know

Prepositions are words that link nouns, pronouns, and phrases to other parts of the sentence. They also show up in language constantly. So, take a few minutes with this French preposition guide to get confident in using them correctly.

The Essential Steps to Flawless French Imperfect (L’Imparfait)

It’s time to look into a concept that will get you another step closer to sounding like a native French speaker – l’imparfait or the French imperfect tense.

The French Passive Voice: Learn It The Easy Way

Finding the French Passive Voice hard to learn? Our quick and easy-to-follow guide is here to help better your understanding of the Passive Voice! Read on to find out how to use it effectively and master it in no time.

Put An End To Your Subjunctive French Struggles: A Quick Guide

Known as the notoriously difficult French tense, the French Subjunctive is an absolute pain for those learning the language - there's no doubt about it. However, the good news is that it's not impossible! Our guide, featuring simple tables and ...

French Numbers – Count Perfectly from 0 to Infinity

From buying that little black dress to giving someone your phone number, from paying the bill in a restaurant to keeping track of your budget, numbers rule your world. Along those lines, let's dip our toes into French numbers so that, just like in ...

Top Tricks to Conjugate Irregular Verbs in French

Unlike English, French irregular verbs are confusing to understand. Let us teach you the easy way to make sense out of French irregular verbs and how to use them effortlessly!

`On` in French – Why and How to Use it

The French language is one of the most intricate, so it's no surprise that such a teeny tiny word like ‘on’ could be used in so many different ways.

French Present Tense 101: What You Should Know

Believe it or not, you don't have to be a pro to master the French present tense. Yes, the list of French verbs seems long but you'd be surprised just how easy it is to learn how to conjugate them in the present tense. All you need is to get the ...

A Comprehensive Guide to French Definite Articles

Articles are words that modify a noun (place, object, person or idea). Definite articles signal that a particular noun is coming. In English, we often translate these words to “the.” While using French definite articles and all their forms can seem ...

`Y` in French – Why and How to Use it

In French, ‘y’ is used as an adverbial pronoun. A must-know when learning the language, it has its own unique uses and plays an important role in every day sentences. Let's find out how and when to use it.

All About French Modal Verbs

If you are a French learner, it is vital to learn French modal verbs as they are critical in the French language. These are the verbs that end in – oir and are irregular.

`Bien vs Bon` In French – The Confusion Made Clear

There are reasons that synonyms originated such that our words when spoken or used in a sentence get the kind of intensity the situation demands, at that moment. In simpler words, according to context! This is the reason that even in French, certain ...

French Future Tense Explained Once and for All

The Future Tense in French is commonly used to talk about what's going to happen in the future. As with all French tenses, the Future Tense can prove to be tricky when learning the language. Fear not - we're here to help you! Let's find out how to ...

Learn French Adjectives and Use Them With Authority

Are you afraid of French adjectives? This guide will help you learn how to use French adjectives (with tons of common examples!) so you speak French like a pro.

Your Master Guide to Using French Adverbs Like a Native

Do French adverbs intimidate you? Do you need to learn them in a simple yet effective way? We can help you figure them out fast. We curated this guide for you to learn how to use French adverbs smoothly and naturally – just like native speakers do.

French Comparatives and Superlatives in Adverbs and Adjectives

Even though rules within English and French grammar might differ, the essence remains the same. Comparatives as the name suggests is employed for distinguishing between superiority, inferiority or equality between two things mostly.

Asking Questions in French – Our Complete Guide

Asking questions in French proving to be tricky? There's no need for them to be! We've come up with five easy ways of asking questions in French that will totally boost your conversational skills. Have a read of our guide to find out more!

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