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In today’s lesson we’ll have a look at the verb sortir, which means to go out. For example, “Je suis malade. Je ne sors pas aujorud’hui” (I’m sick. I’m not going out today). Students often confuse sortir with partir (to leave). By the end of this lesson the difference between the two verbs should be …

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In today’s lesson, we’ll have a look at the verb commander, which means “to order” as in the context of ordering food at a restaurant or ordering an item online. Students often confuse this verb with ordonner, which the French use in the context of giving orders (e.g., do this, do that!). The example sentences …

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In today’s lesson we’ll learn one of my favorite French expressions: Ce n’est pas grave, meaning “it’s no big deal”. I learned this expression by ear when I was an exchange student in high school in France and quickly realized that that the French use it all the time. Ce n’est pas grave It’s no …

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In today’s lesson we’ll have a look at the verb déménager, which means “to move”. This verb came onto our radar screen as students often confuse its usage. In short, déménager means “to move out“. In this post we’ll also explain how to use emménager (to move in) as well as aménager (to convert). déménager …

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David Issokson

David Issokson is a lifelong language enthusiast. His head is swimming with words and sounds as he speaks over six languages. Of all the languages he speaks, he's the most passionate about French! David has helped hundreds of students to improve their French in his private online lessons. When procrastinating working on his site, FrenchLearner.com, David enjoys his time skiing and hiking in Teton Valley, Idaho.

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