An adjective is a word used to describe elements, people or things. There are many adjectives in the French vocabulary, which you should know in order to be able to express yourself correctly in any situation. Here is a list of the most common French adjectives that you may come across or use in your reading or discussions with French speakers.
Real estate is a very popular sector, both in France and internationally, and it has its own jargon and expressions. If it can be very interesting for a French person to invest in this universal market, it is important to appropriate the French expressions of real estate. This way, you will optimize your sales and purchases!
You're ready: you've got your tickets, hotel reservations, suitcases packed and your pass in hand! Parfait! Now you just need to know what currency you'll need once you're there. Unfortunately, the Euro is not valid everywhere and you need to prepare a little in advance to know how to exchange your money in French. Although you can do it in advance, sometimes you will also need to change your mone...
How do you express gratitude to someone in French? There are many ways to say thank you in French and it is important to know them and when to use them. People say thank you in different ways in written and spoken French, and in formal and informal settings. Find, in this sheet, the most common expressions to thank someone according to the situation.
Unsurprisingly, the best way to learn and master a language is to practice. Speaking a language on a daily or regular basis allows you to retain it better and to be more comfortable and confident in speaking it. However, practicing French orally is not an easy task without a conversation partner. Fortunately, there are methods to speak French in everyday life. One of them is based on the excha...
Among the cultural differences between different countries, units of measurement are often a source of problems for anyone trying to express distances, weights, volumes and temperatures. This French worksheet will help you convert Anglo-Saxon units of measurement into Swiss units, while enriching your French vocabulary!