French headaches and difficulties
Les casse-têtes en français
There are sore points topics in the French language. They have neither rhyme nor reason. As a result, we keep on making mistakes trying to use them. They are these headaches, these pet peeves we try to master.
This course goes over them with explanations and exercises.
Il y a des sujets qui fâchent dans la langue française. Ils n’ont aucune logique et pourtant. En conséquence, on se trompe toujours. Ce sont ces casse-têtes, ces bêtes noires que nous essayons de vaincre.
Ce cours vous les présente, avec explications et exercices.
Les Casse-Têtes de Verbes
SENTIR – RESSENTIR – SE SENTIR – TO FEEL
The verbs SENTIR – SE SENTIR – and TO FEEL are often intertwined. How are SENTIR, SE SENTIR, SE SENTIR and TO FEEL used in a French sentence ?
About ‘It Makes’
About ‘It Makes’ – ‘It makes’ is one of these phrases that’s not easy to translate into French. Here is a list of the common ones I’ve come across over the years. Do the practice exercise and check how much you know this. Learn French at FrenchHour with Anne.
About To Use
About To Use – How to use ‘ to use ‘ – What is the difference between ‘ se servir de, employer and utiliser ‘.
I have to, must, need to, should, I’m supposed to, I ought to, I should have, I owe… What a mess! Let’s first try to disentangle this ‘DEVOIR verb’ with these examples in context, this explanation and a quiz. DEVOIR, FALLOIR, POUVOIR, SAVOIR, AVOIR BESOIN DE, VOULOIR, to OWE, to have to, need to, must, SHOULD, HAVE TO, WOULD had better need not
Les Casse-têtes de Grammaire
Singular vs. Plural in French
Concordance Des Temps
La concordance des temps – When 2 actions are in the same sentence, the verbs have to balance one another. How does the sequence of tenses work in French?
Concordance Des Temps – Quiz
Jump in and see how much you score with this quiz on ‘La concordance des temps’ – sequence of tenses – and learn French with Anne, a native speaker at FrenchHour.com
Which Word Is It?
N’IMPORTE, QUELQUES, and other adjectives or pronouns
N’IMPORTE, QUELQUES, and other adjectives or pronouns — Indefinite adjectives, pronouns, and phrases – Practice ‘other’, ‘something’, ‘someone’, ‘whoever’ with me.
QUELQUE, QUELQUES or QUEL QUE
QUELQUES, QUELQUE et autres QUEL QUE — You might know QUELQUES. But you will run into QUELQUE or QUEL QUE sometimes soon, I bet. Let’s see how they work in this lesson.