There are 3 kinds of regular verbs in French: -ER, -IR, -RE. Once you’ve learned the rules of conjugation for each of theses three kinds of verbs, you should be able to conjugate regular verbs in each of those categories with ease. Use the illustration below as a guide!
D’où vient l’expression “faire la grasse matinée” ? What is the meaning of the French expression faire la grasse matinée? Look at the illustration below and watch the video to understand more about where this expression comes from and how it is used in French. Cyril Hanouna [PDLP] – D’où vient l’expression… par Europe1fr
French in Normandy staff, host families and partners are all simply delighted that students have voted us ‘Best French Language School’ for the second year running with such wonderful reviews of French in Normandy. Reading the lovely things that our students have written about us encourages us all not just to keep up the good […]
Oh la vache! This is one of our favourite French expressions which you can see illustrated below. Which funny French expression is your favourite? “C’est la fin des haricots”? “Casser les oreilles”? “Avoir le cafard”? Let us know in the comments!
Learn French with this short lesson about love at first sight. Have you ever had a coup de foudre? Leave a comment below using the phrase. Watch the funny sketch below about le coup de foudre.