10 Ways To Say Me In French

How do you say me in French?

Me in French is: “moi” (pronounced mwa). For example, “Venez-vous avec moi?” (Are you coming with me?). The object pronoun “me” also means me. For example, “Est-ce que vous me voyez?” (Do you see me?). The command, “Donnez-moi” means “give me”. This lesson will examine all the French words for me in detail.

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Best Books For Learning French

Bonjour! I am the real deal. I’m a bonafide French-learning geek! I have been teaching French online since 2013. I have a massive collection of books for learning French. If you see a picture of the book on this page, I own it and actually use it for my online lessons.

Best books for learning French

What are the best books for learning French for beginners?

The top-5 best books for learning French are: 1) Practice Makes Perfect Complete French All-In-One, 2) The Ultimate French Review and Practice, 3) Grammaire en Dialogues – Niveau Grand Débutant, 4) Vocabulaire en Dialogues A1-A2 and 5) Exercises in French Phonics. This article will discuss why I’ve selected these titles and recommend them to my students. I also provide an honest opinion about the French All-in-One For Dummies book, Amazon’s No. 1 book for learning French. Keep reading!

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French vs Spanish (Similarities and Differences)

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Should I learn French or Spanish? What are the similarities and differences between the two languages?

French vs Spanish: “Should I learn French or Spanish?” This article will help you decide which language is more useful as well as look at similarities and differences.

If your main objective is to live, work or travel in the French-speaking world (France, Canada and elsewhere), it would be better to learn French. If you want to live, work and travel in Spain or most of South America, it would better to learn Spanish.

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French DELF & DALF Exams

Certifying French Proficiency

Everything You Need to Know About the DELF & DALF Exams

The French DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) and DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) exams are official qualifications given by the French Ministry of Education to accredit proficiency in the French language. This article offers a complete guide the DELF-DALF French competency qualifications.

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French TV shows 0n Netflix

 

On of the best ways to learn French is to watch television series on Netflix. As of mid-2018 there are a ton of options for watching French TV on Netflix with a total eight shows and lots of seasons.

The most attractive feature to watching French shows on Netflix is that you can toggle between English and French subtitles. Note that on a desk-top these features are on the lower-right portion of your screen. The advantage to this is you can watch with French-only subtitles and see how much you understand. In addition, you can look up words you don’t know and create vocabulary lists.

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Learn French On YouTube: Top Channels

Bonjour! My name is David! I’ve been offering French lessons via Skype since the beginning of 2014. Over the past few years I’ve been observing and monitoring the best YouTube channels for learning French.

I’ve put together a list of my favorite channels and made some comments. In order to get included on my list the channel had to have good and original videos. Other criteria were that the channels’ teachers be good at what they do and continue to post on a regular basis to YouTube.

I put myself in the role of the student and asked myself if the channel would actually be helpful in learning French. One channel on my list, French In Action, was a TV series for learning French produced in the late 1980s. I believe that it’s dateless content and remains a fantastic resource for students today. Any other channels I missed? Please let me know in the comments box!

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