French Bread Vocabulary

You can't go to France and not enjoy a French baguette. In this article, we'll study all the French vocabulary related to bread, the different French bread types and other useful info for when you go to "la boulangerie" [Read More...]

How Should English Speakers Learn French

The French and English languages share the same alphabet. However, many other things differ between the two languages, and more often than not, French teaching methods teach French as if the rules were absolutely logical and obvious, not realizing how surprising and even disturbing French can be to an English speaker. [Read More...]

How to Learn French As a Senior

Is it possible for senior adults to learn French? How can you learn French when you have memory problems? Today, I'll share my experience teaching French to students with memory troubles, and tell you what my approach was, and the French method I used. [Read More...]

7 Easy Steps To Learning Your French Verbs

When learning French, you're going to have to memorize your French verb conjugations. Many students study the French verb forms so they can spell them. That's OK if your goal is to pass a written test. However, to use your French verbs correctly in conversation, it's the pronunciation that matters! Here are 7 steps to learn your French verbs efficiently. [Read More...]

Long May Weekends in France

Traveling to France in May can be a bit complicated. We have many holidays, and many extended weekends since the French "font le pont" - they will take an extra day off when there is only one day separating a holiday from a weekend, and therefore have a "long weekend". And there are many holidays in May in France. [Read More...]

French Strike Vocabulary

France is infamous for its numerous strikes. But what is the French strike vocabulary? Here you'll find a list of French English strike vocabulary, as well as useful informations about strikes in France + a bilingual French English story to learn the French strike vocabulary in context. [Read More...]

Les Traditions de Pâques – Easter’s Traditions in France

"Pâques" is an important holiday in France: a religious one of course, but also a traditional gathering for families, religious or not. Kids go egg hunting (you can see our daughter Leyla in action), but our egg providers are a bit different: magic bells!! And we traditionally cook a large meal with a leg of lamb, and set a lively table to honor the coming of Spring time. [Read More...]

French Immersion at Your Teacher & Family Near Aix-en-Provence + Pool (Somatic Therapy Option)

Learn French in immersion with French teacher Virginie and her family in sunny Provence. Imagine staying in a large and comfortable house with a swimming pool nested in the middle of a vineyard near Aix-en-Provence, two French adults & three kids to practice your French with and a dedicated French teacher to help you improve your French and guide you in this amazing region of France. Come alone or with your family or friends - the house has plenty of space - and experience French learning like never before. [Read More...]

Seasons in French

How do you say the 4 seasons in French? Should you use Au or En ? Learn about the French season vocabulary as well as typical sentences used to talk about the seasons in French. [Read More...]