Christmas is almost here, it’s the perfect time to celebrate the holiday with a tale. Today, we will learn together how to write a card or a message to your loved ones for the New Year and for Christmas. We will also see some useful decoration vocabulary. A study guide is of course waiting for you so that you can practice our special holiday phrases.
Did you like the second part of the Fairytale series? If you’ve missed it, click here and let’s do the second part together. I hope it was helpful to you and that l’imparfait is crystal-clear. Today is the final part of our Fairytale series where we will cover the trickiest part of past tenses: how to combine le passé composé and l’imparfait together in a sentence. You will find plenty of exercises in the study guide but if you have questions, the comment section is all yours.
Coucou à tous,
Did you like the first part of the Fairytale series? If you’ve missed it, click here and let’s do the first part together. I hope it was helpful to you and that le passé composé is crystal-clear. Today we will focus on a new fairytale, less famous than le Petit Chaperon Rouge. With it, we will study our second past tense: l’imparfait. How we use it is very different than with our other past tense and the study guide that I made will help you practice.
Coucou à tous,
I hope everything is going as great for you as for me. I’m thrilled to introduce you with this post to a new segment of my podcast. I will, of course, continue to do the normal episodes with my tips to improve your fluency. I have, however, decided to expand a bit and to create a new series that will teach you French. We will start with the three parts Fairy tale series that will help you master the past tenses. Today, we start with le passé composé. For each part, you will find the audio of the story and a study guide with everything you need from grammar to exercises to learn these tenses.