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Want to learn to talk about basic Phrases in french? Get started with these 15 words.
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And 25 most useful phrases in french. (Sometimes incorporating essential words from the list above) 1. Bonjour. (bon-zhour) Hello 2. Merci. (mair-see) Thankyou 3. Au revoir. (oh-reu-vwar) Goodbye 4. Je ne comprends pas. (zheu neu kompron par) I don’t understand 5. Je ne parle pas français. (zheu neu parl par fron-say) I don’t speak french 6.
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This is the french Core 100 List. It contains the most important and most frequently used french words. Start learning french with these words!
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This page lists various basic french adjectives that should be among the first that you learn. To listen to the pronunciation of the french adjectives in each list, click the speaker icon at the bottom of the list. See also: Grammar of french adjectives; Free iPhone app for learning basic french words; GCSE Vocab (essential french vocab)
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french texts for beginners (A1/A2) and intermediates (B1/B2) to practice your french reading and comprehension skills. Learning to read french well is a genuine accomplishment. For beginning learners, we offer an enjoyable way to improve your comprehension with the brief, text-based lessons below. 41 free texts Premium: 70 texts.
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100 Most Common french Verbs. This is a good place for beginners to find the most common french verbs to learn. The order of the list is an approximation based on a variety of sources. For more verbs, all with full conjugations, see the full list of french verbs. Irregular verbs are in red.
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In french, to create the feminine form of a descriptive word, you have to add an 'e' at the end of the masculine descriptive word. Here long finishes with a 'g', so we have to add a 'u' so the ...
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In Quebec, the word chum can refer to a boyfriend or a male friend, which can potentially make things confusing. This word is also a clear example of the intermingling of french and English in common slang expressions, as words move between the two languages and take on modified meanings.
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Title: french Verb Conjugation Chart Author: LoveToKnow Subject: french Verb Conjugation Chart Created Date: 8/23/2012 8:28:54 AM
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In this section, we’ll cover french vocabulary to talk about your immediate family members, like you father or mother. ma famille – my family. les parents – parents. le mari – husband. la femme – woman / wife. le père – father. le papa – dad / papa. la mère – mother. la maman – mom / mama.