In English, it’s simple, you’re going TO Brasil and you’re going TO China. But in French …. it’s not that simple ! Once you’ll know the rule you’ll find it easy. En + feminine Au + masculine Example: ‘Je vais en Chine’ → La Chine = feminine ‘Je … More En/Au + country
In English no matter to who you are speaking to, you’ll always use ‘you’ but in French it’s not the same. je, tu, il/elle, nous, vous, ils/elles // I, you, he/she, we, you, they If you are talking to a friend, someone younger than you or a relative, you will use ‘tu’. But if you … More ‘Vous’ or ‘tu’ ?
There are 3 different ways to ask a question in French according to the formal or informal context. Interrogative pronouns Like in English, we have interrogative pronouns like the ‘Q words’: ‘qui, que, quoi, quel(le), qu’ ‘ or ‘à qui’ ‘à quoi’ ‘comment’ ‘combien’ ‘où’ ‘lequel, laquelle, lesquel(le)s’ ‘pourquoi’ These are the words in context: Qui parle ? // Who is … More How to ask a question in French ?
Let’s talk about creating sounds with several letters. Like in many language, French has letter combinations to create new sounds. It’s important to know them to be able to read or even speak and pronounced correctly. For those who know about phonetic, I’ll put into square brackets the transcription. ‘ou’ = [u] ⇒ like in ‘poule’ … More Letter combinations