French Numbers

100   cent 101   cent un 125   cent vingt-cinq 200   deux cents 201   deux cent un 243   deux cent quarante-trois 1,000+ are also similar to English, but … More

French Town Vocabulary

Dans ma ville il y a=in my town there is Il N’y a PAS de=there isn’t un hypermarché   superstore, giant supermarket la boucherie   butcher … More

French Practice Dialog about Shopping

Client(e) Bonjour Monsieur/Madame Marchand(e) Bonjour Monsieur/Madame (Shopper looks around the store) Marchand(e) Excusez-moi, je peux vous aider ? Client(e) Vous avez … More

Passé Composé

1. use either AVOIR (present tense), OR ETRE (present tense) + past participle 2. past participle for ER VERBS: take … More

French Articles

un/une/des=a/some le/la/les=the l’ is used before a noun beginning with a vowel sound