“Je t’aime” is French for “I love you.” Learn how to use the affectionate verb “aimer,” which means “to like/to love,” and how to say that you like something.
French food is some of the finest in the world. How do you talk about eating it? Find out how to use the verb “manger,” which means, “to eat.”
To be or not to be? In French, “to be” is “être.” Find out how to conjugate this common and useful verb as well as how to make full sentences with it.
What is that funny symbol in the French word “la forêt”? How do you pronounce it? Watch this lesson to learn about the kinds of accents you’ll find in French.
Want to say that you’re feeling hot, cold, hungry, or afraid in French? Learn how all of these expressions use the verb “avoir,” which means “to have.”
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