If you're looking for some help in French...
Hi~ I'm a native French so if you're learning I can help you. I'm always available if you have any trouble learning French. If you need it, I can give you lessons.
I just need to practice my french with someone, that'll be great if you help me with it.<3
Hi Shinish, thank you for your good intention. I want to learn French so much, but I do not know anything about French. I am planning to take a French course at my university next year, but I cannot wait for it. What do you suggest me to start to learn French except for duolingo?
Sometimes, when I want to learn a new language, I search for my old lessons I had in class in another language (for example, I have English, Spanish and French) and look at what I did in these classes. Then, I search for this lesson in the language I want to study. I also know there are videos on Youtube from someone named "Alain le lait". He makes songs about French lessons, he already treated many topics.
The creator of Duolingo have their own flash card app called TinyCards. You are able to learn all words from all lessons you have on Duolingo and even those you haven't unlocked yet.
hello are you asleep? OK well see you soon. (p.s im eating tres leches right now!)
Hi im kinda confused when u should use the different types of mange... (mangeons, manges, mangez, mangent, etc...) could u help me understand this, thnx for ur help :D
While in English you only have two forms (eat and eats), we have 5. It just depends on the subject. I eat => Je mange, He/She/It eats => Il/Elle/On mange, They eat => Ils mangent, We eat => Nous mangeons. In French, we have two different words for "You", "Tu" if it's for only one person and "Vous" if it's for several people. You can also use "Vous" if there is only one person but you want to be polite (if you're talking to your boss or your teacher for example). With "Tu" we say "manges" and with "vous" we say "mangez".
hi, thanks for your help. i heard many times from french speaker something like "an fet" is that en fait (in fact)? as i know in french we have got en fait and t is not pronounced. my question is that: this expression that i heard many times on france 24 tv chanel is en fait ( and t is pronounced) or no it is something else? i mean i may have misheard and the expression is something different!! and is not en fait.
Yes, it's "en fait", the equivalent of "in fact". The "t" is always pronounced in this expression.
merci beaucoup mon ami i am javad from iran, in fact i teach English on the side, not as my main job, but i love french language, i am still weak in french, moreover french listening is very difficult. how can i improve my listening??. are there any special audios or french videos such as animation or french channel that could be helpful to get better in listening?
i'm from iran my english not good gramer i'ts hard for mei can't undrestand well
I don't have a defined planning because I have school, but I'm usually available after 5.30 PM
Well, if you fo to settings, click on "Learning language" and then on "See all languages courses", you should be able to choose a second course :/
I think you're talking about "escargots". I don't eat such things, I'm vegetarian.
I've heard that many native french speakers don't use 'nous' any more unless they're speaking formally. Is it ok to just use 'on'?
theres one thing that i keep getting really confused about... which is like when you use etes, a, ai, etc. do u use it depending on if its nous, vous, etc. and like that in general? does it just depend on that? same with mange, mangez... and other things..
i also get rly confused about le and la i have trouble knowing if the word is masculin or feminin i usualy just guess... what tells u the gender? Thankyou so much for your help!
Well, we usually guess too for the words we don't know. The gender is just something you have to learn word by word...
I just started french and do not know what anything means, as most of my fluency is in English and Spanish...