Oh how time flys. Before leaving everyone said it was going to be fast and honestly I didn’t start to see how fast it was going till my friend Gina stayed with me in December. She’s here for 5 months so, at the end of January she leaves to go back home. Realizing that she… Read More Halfway point
It’s the last day of Blogmas! And for today’s post I’m linking my Christmas break video but, stay tuned for a New Years Eve Part!!! *p.s. from now on, since I’m not going to be posting everyday, my plan is to post 1 blog every weekend (at least). But if I happen to write more… Read More Joyeux Noël
When you go on exchange, no when you go to a different country in general, you know that you’re in for a real treat. That strange, crazy things are going to happen and this was no different for me.
You want to understand more and gather more vocabulary in the language you’re learning? But you don’t know how. Well, what I recommend is picking up a book in that language and buckling down because it may take awhile but, I have some tips that will not only help you understand more of the book… Read More Tips for reading books in another language.
Every since my friends and I started driving I’ve had this feeling of adventure and exploration. Growing up, I always thought Wisconsin was the most boring state in the US. (which I won’t say it’s the best but, it’s defiantly not the worst, anymore). But I don’t just crave adventure I crave secret places, hidden… Read More Exploring Wisconsin
Comparatives: a comparison When writing a sentence using comparatives ; for example, you have to keep in mind that you are comparing two objects. By using plus, moins, or aussi you are Alaska est plus grand que Wisconsin letting the reader know that you are saying Alaska is bigger than… or Alaska is smaller than… or Alaska is the same as…
Adjectives & Questions: Adjectives usually come after the noun in French, but some adjectives (BANGS) come before the noun. Questions are the most useful things while learning a language. Below you will find more things to build your french learning.
In order to have a conversation you always need some vocab. In this post there will be verbs and words that are commonly used while talking. Hopefully this can help build some of your sentences.
When learning any language you always have to start with the basics. In these posts, Level 1, you will find accents mark, pronouns, verbs, verb endings, etc. This will give you basic knowledge of the language. *p.s. for every french learning post there will be a worksheet attached where you can be able to practice… Read More 1.1 French: Getting Started
I’ve gotten so many people asking me how my french is coming along. And to tell the truth, if you want just a simple answer, I don’t know. But since people have been asking I thought I would just answer it right in this blog. So, if my simple answer didn’t please you and you… Read More Where am I?