Sango, the official language of Central African Republic, draws its vocabulary from French and African languages. Read this article to learn more, and download a printable sheet of Sango vocabulary words!
Prononimal verbs are the French verbs that require a pronoun in addition to the subject because they describe either what the subject is doing to himself or what two subjects are doing reciprocally to one another. Read on to learn about the most common French reflexive verbs and how to use them.
This article will teach you important French words and phrases necessary to describe people: both the way they look, and the personality that they have. Knowing how to describe people is an important part of speaking a language, so read on to learn how you can describe another person…in French!
Every French noun has a gender: it is either masculine or feminine. Although there is no real logic to most of the gender assignments of French nouns, you can learn the endings to many of the nouns that will help you recognize the gender of a new noun when you first see it.
Although English and French have many true cognates, which is a help to the English-speaker learning French, beware! There are also many nouns between these languages that look like cognates but do not refer to the same things at all. Sometimes the differences in meaning can be surprising.