>
About French

it makes, etc.

FRENCHHOUR is the new FrenchEtc

 .

Become a FrenchHour MEMBER and do all of this for free with your membership. 

Keep on learning EVERYDAY French every day with Anne at FrenchHour

.

How To Say SIGN In French

‘It makes’ is one of these phrases that’s not easy to translate into French. Let’s listen to a few sentences.

« It makes » est une de ces formules qui n’est pas facile à traduire en français. Écoutons quelques phrases.

Exercice – Practice

Translate the sentences from one language to another. From French to English (la version) is easier, from English to French (la thèse) a bit more challenging.
Traduisez les phrases d’une langue à une autre. Du français en anglais (la version) est plus facile, de l’anglais au français (la thèse) un peu plus difficile.

  1. Les films avec Pierre Richard nous font rire.
  2. Elles sont contentes d’y aller.
  3. Tu fais les courses, et après tu fais la cuisine. Ça tombe sous le sens, non ?
  1. Movies with Pierre Richard make us laugh.
  2. It makes them happy to go.
  3. You do the groceries and then you cook. It makes sense, right?

.

Continue with list and lots more practice

You may also like – Vous aimerez peut-être aussi

SENTIR, RESSENTIR, TO FEEL – Today’s French 

Expressions with FAIRE

.

Today’s French . Mot du Jour Le Blogue . Monthly Membership . Courses . Tutorials . IPFrance .
Play
Today's French

Practice French Conjugations

FRENCHHOUR is the new FrenchEtc

 .

Become a FrenchHour MEMBER and do all of this for free with your membership. 

Keep on learning EVERYDAY French every day with Anne at FrenchHour

.

Du tac au tac – Phrases conjuguées 4

Practice your French conjugations live on this post at FrenchHour. Get immediate feedback and do it over and over again.

Quiz - Du tac au tac – Phrases conjuguées 4

Choisissez la bonne réponse selon la traduction donnée. -- Pick the right answer according to the translation given.

    Today, as you may guess (you will have guessed it), it’s mainly used by tourists.
    They hadn't embarked on a cruise to discover the Paris Parisians know.
    Originally, the Canal Saint-Martin must have brought drinking water to Paris.
    We never used to cross paths with pleasure crafts there.
    It was therefore not understood that the Canal wasn't classified 'historical monument'. --- We therefore didn't understand that the Canal wasn't classified 'historical monument'.
    I wouldn't have liked it.
    The (pedestrian) footbridges, overlooking the water, look quaint.
    It would have been necessary not to know the monuments of Paris to appreciate it.
    The five locks would work like a staircase, then?
    Would we have come here for quiet?

Les conjugaisons ci-dessous sont tirées de la leçon suivante. The following conjugations are taken from the following lesson.

Vous aimerez peut-être aussi – You may also like

A Paris Cruise

Manuel

A CAUSE DE vs. PARCE QUE – French practice

FRENCHHOUR is the new FrenchEtc

 .

. Keep on learning everday French every day with Anne at FrenchHour .

.

A CAUSE DE vs. PARCE QUE – French practice
frenchetc.org

J’ai mis le couvert parce que les invités arriveront dans une heure.

When should I use A CAUSE DE vs. PARCE QUE - Practice French with Anne’s audio.

À CAUSE DE ou PARCE QUE – Today’s French

How are À CAUSE DE and PARCE QUE used in a French sentence?

Est-ce qu’on met dans une phrase en français ?

Do this interactive French quiz live at FrenchHour.com

Mini Quiz - À CAUSE DE ou PARCE QUE

Imprimez cette page et remplacez le tiret par une forme de À CAUSE DE ou PARCE QUE. --- Print out this page and replace the blank with a form of either À CAUSE DE or PARCE QUE.

    You put on a coat because it's cold.
    You put on a coat because of the cold.
    I set the table because the guests will arrive in an hour.
    I set the table because of the guests, who will be here in an hour.
Play
Manuel

aimer – to love or to like

After many years of good and faithful service, FE is moving to a wonderful place, FrenchHour, where you can keep on learning everyday French everyday with Anne .

.

Follow Anne with this at FrenchHour .

.

aimer - to love or to like

French

J'aime la galette-saucisse l Photo Anne Guével

aimer - to love or to like - How do you say that you love someone, or that you like a hot dog in French?

Vous connaissez probablement le verbe “aimer”mais saviez-vous que, en françaisil existe 2 formes du même verbe  AIMER – pour exprimer son amour pour une personneou combien on aime la galette-saucisse ? Voyez la liste et écoutez les exemples de comment exprimer l’amour et le dégoût. 

You probably know that aimer means to love; but did you know that in French, there are 2 ways of using the same verb – AIMER – to express your love for a person, or how much you like the taste of Breton hot dogs? Check this list of how to express loves, likes and dislikes and listen to the examples.

  1. Elle adore les enfants.
  2. Il m’aime.
  3. Elles aiment beaucoup le café.
  4. J’aime bien la France.
  5. Tu chéris ces moments.
  6. La ville me dégoûte.
  7. Il déteste les haricots.
  8. Elles me plaisent.
  9. Je préfère te voir.
  10. Tu raffoles des châteaux de la Loire.

.

Continue here

You may also like – Vous aimerez peut-être aussi

Free Quiz – Love terms in French

.

Today’s French . Mot du Jour Le Blogue . Monthly Membership . Courses . Tutorials . IPFrance .
Play
French Vocabulary

At the hairdresser’s – Chez le coiffeur

 

After many years of good and faithful service, FE is moving to a wonderful place, FrenchHour, where you can keep on learning everyday French everyday with Anne .

.

Find this on FrenchHour .

learn french, french podcast, french online, french, français, francais, french grammar, french vocabulary

Chez le coiffeur

Terms about ‘Chez le coiffeur’ - "At the hairdresser's" - What are French terms about hair? How do you pronounce them ? Listen to Anne's list.

Expressions about hair – Expressions sur les cheveux

  1. arriver comme un cheveu sur la soupe …. to be there at the worst possible moment
  2. avoir mal aux cheveux …. to be hung over
  3. avoir un cheveu sur la langue …. to have a list
  4. couper les cheveux en quatre …. to split hair
  5. être blond/e comme les blés …. to be really blond
  6. être coiffé/e en pétard …. to have a messy hairstyle
  7. être de mèche avec …. to be in cahoots with
  8. être tiré/e par les cheveux …. to be far-fetched, hard to believe
  9. friser quelque chose, la quarantaine… …. to be on the verge of, being forty…
  10. ne pas toucher à un cheveu de quelqu’un …. to not lift a finger against
  11. s’arracher les cheveux …. to tear one’s hair out
  12. trois pelés et un tondu …. almost nobody

Mini Quiz - Chez le Coiffeur

Choisissez la bonne réponse. Pick the right answer.

Get the interactive free QUIZ here

.

Continue to learn French – Continuez le français

une plage – Mot du Jour

You will also like – Vous aimerez aussi

Free For All – French Course

.

Today’s French . Mot du Jour . Le Blogue . Monthly Membership . Courses . Tutorials . IPFrance .
Play
Mot du jour Podcast

il s’agit de – French expression

FRENCHHOUR is the new FrenchEtc

 .

Become a FrenchHour MEMBER and do all of this for free with your membership. 

Keep on learning EVERYDAY French every day with Anne at FrenchHour

.

il s’agit de – French expression
How To Says Prince In French

il s’agit de, or S’AGIR DE in its infinitive form, has many translations. Here are some common ones.

  1. to be, to be about
  2. to be necessary
  3. to come to

S’AGIR DE is a defective verb – It doesn’t have all the forms of a regular verb, it’s only conjugated with the neutral IL (no JE, TU, ELLE, ON, NOUS, VOUS, ILS, ELLES). Its structure is a bit different in French. It often involves a DANS.

.

About DE

DE becomes

DU when preceding a masculine noun – du café

DE LA when preceding a feminine noun – de la menthe

DE L’ when preceding a noun starting with a vowel – de l’eau

DES when preceding a plural noun – des thés

.
Translate from one language to the other

Français

  1. Dans ce jeu, il s’agit de gagner le plus possible de petits lapins.
  2. De quoi s’agit-il ?
  3. Pour faire des progrès, il s’agit d’écouter le texte plusieurs fois.
  4. Il ne s’agissait pas de nous.
  5. Ce dont il s’agit, c’est de fierté.

English

  1. What is it about?
  2. If you want to make progress, it's necessary to / it comes to listening to the text several times.
  3. It wasn’t about us.
  4. Pride is what it’s about.
  5. This game is about winning as many small rabbits as possible.

Continue here with a lot more

You may also like - Vous aimerez aussi

il s'agit de - French expression

s'agir de - conjugation and practice

.

Today’s French . Mot du Jour Le Blogue . Monthly Membership . Courses . Tutorials . IPFrance .

 

AUDIO

How to listen onto your mp3 device, phone…

 

Play
Page 1 of 493123...102030...Last »
     
     

STAY SIGNED IN

ALWAYS STAY SIGNED IN to access all of your worksheets in one click.

Petite vidéo

Cliquez pour voir
La Bretagne