Blog to Learn French in Paris

Activities, Ideas and Articles for your French Classes

Whether you are a beginner or an advanced speaker, it is important to train your French skills.

This blog provides insights about the French language and culture. It contains articles, grammar and pronunciation exercices, and audiovisual resources to improve or perfect your comprehension skills. Have a pleasant visit!

Individual French classes in Paris
What are the Benefits of French Tutoring?
Are you struggling with learning French? Perhaps you were really excited about taking a foreign language when the year began,
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Business French Idioms to Use at Work
Working in a French office can be daunting, especially if you haven’t mastered the business French idioms I’ve put together
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Studying for the DELF Exam
What is the Best Method to Prepare the DELF B2 Exam?
The DELF (Diplôme d’étude en langue française) is an official language examination for non-native speakers of French The DELF B2
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Amélie’s Filming Locations in Montmartre, Paris
Amélie is a poetic French movie released in 2001, directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet The film, which is set in the
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Writing a Travel Journal
Creating a French Travel Journal
How to Write a French Travel Journal with your Students of French Scenario You and a friend participated in a
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Reading Books in Paris
Much Loved French Novels for Intermediate Learners
Are you an intermediate French learner looking for the perfect book to read? Here are several books to learn French
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How to Guess the Gender of French Nouns Accurately
Feminine or masculine, that is the question you often ask yourself as a French learner In French, there’s simply no
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What is the difference between dans and en in French?
Dans and en both mean in The distinction between the two does not translate well to English. Therefore, it is
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Learning Business French
How to Learn Business French Vocabulary Like a Pro
The Best Ways to Learn Professional French You’ve already reached a comfortable level of fluency in general French and you master
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French: Difference between written and spoken
Differences between written and spoken French Spoken French and written French are so different that one could consider that they are
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How to use qui and que in French
Many French language students are confused with the difference between qui and que Here are some explanations with concrete examples
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Pronouns en and y in French
What is the difference between the French pronouns en and y?
Mastering the French pronouns y and en can be challenging but it is essential to understand French conversation and to
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passé composé et imparfait
Passé composé versus imparfait
This lesson concentrates on the proper uses and differences between passé composé and imparfait in French Imparfait and passé composé
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Pardon my French! The French False cognates
The false friends of the French language There are numerous false cognates between French and English that often mislead students
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French grammar classes
The Essential French Grammar Websites
French grammar is complex: conjugating the irregular verbs, for instance, may be difficult Fortunately, there are online resources at all
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Tips for the DELF B2
Here are some tips for preparing the DELF B2 exam The DELF B2 examination shows that the speaker is able
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Best French TV series to learn French
What are the best French TV series to learn French? Do you want to learn idiomatic French expressions and everyday
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7 things to do around the Champs-Élysées
A Paris Walking Tour from the Arc de triomphe to the Tuileries Garden This walk starts at the other end
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French tutors Paris
Tips for French Tutors in Paris
Advice for French tutors in Paris How to ensure the first French lesson goes well Whether you are an experienced French
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Business French Vocabulary
Learning Business French Vocabulary
Business French vocabulary for professionals Business Greetings You know bonjour (hello, good day), but note that this greeting expression is employed only once
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French greetings to say hello
Useful French Greetings to Say Hello
Here are some useful French greetings and expressions that you can say to greet people in France. Bonjour : hello, good day,
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French words used in english
French words used in English
10 French Words That You’ve Seen Before… in English Over the years, the English language has borrowed a great number of
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Difference between bon and bien
Difference between bon and bien in French
Bien vs Bon: Which One Should You Use? Bon and bien in French are often confused, because they have somewhat similar meanings
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Best way to study French for Speaking
The Best Way to Study French for Speaking
As a French teacher in Paris working with adults, I am often surprised to see that my students have forgotten
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French pronunciation course paris
French pronunciation course in Paris
Do you wish to improve your French pronunciation so that others can understand you easily when you speak French? My French
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Top Creative Writing Workshops in Paris
Paris offers many opportunities for creative writing workshops Here you’ll find the best creative writing workshops in Paris, conducted in
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Writing in French as a second language
The authors who chose to write literature in French as a second language Many of the novels, plays and other
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TCF French Exam Preparation in Paris
TCF French Exam Preparation in Paris
The TCF (Test de Connaissance du Français) is a French proficiency test for non-native speakers It helps you evaluate and have
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French pastry chefs modernising traditional patisserie
No French high street would be complete without a patisserie, and words such as “gateau”, “eclair” and “flan” indicate that
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