When you start learning French, you don’t have to wait long to get familiar with the expression parce que. You learn early in the process… Read More »Difference between “parce que” and “par ce que” in French
Qui and que are two of the most common relative pronouns in French – that is, pronouns used to refer back to nouns (including names)… Read More »What’s the difference between qui and que in French?
Do you know what the French h aspiré (or aspirated h) is? No? No worries, we have just what you need, and you’ll be in… Read More »Words with an aspirated h: The ultimate list
Have you spent at least a couple of hours studying French in your life? If the answer is yes, you’ll know how important que is,… Read More »15 French expressions with “que” you need to know
Having trouble remembering whether a French noun is feminine (la) or masculine (le)? You’re not alone. Also: you’re not alone with your problem, because we… Read More »La or le? How to learn the gender of French nouns
Verb tables will tell you how to conjugate a French verb if the subject of your sentence is I, you, he/she, we, you, or they… Read More »How to conjugate with “on” in French (like a pro)
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If you’re learning French, at some point or another you’ll start wondering whether there’s a difference in meaning between nous sommes and on est (“we… Read More »Nous, on, and l’on in French: What’s the difference?