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What’s the Difference Between Ce, Cette, Cet, and Ces?

What’s the Difference Between Ce, Cette, Cet, and Ces?

Find out how ce, cette, cet, ces are used with masculine, feminine, singular, and plural nouns in French.

Find out how ce, cette, cet, ces are used with masculine, feminine, singular, and plural nouns in French.

Colors in French

Colors in French

Let's take a look at the most important word in this post: La couleur, which means "color" In its plural form, la couleur would transform into les couleurs.

Let's take a look at the most important word in this post: La couleur, which means "color" In its plural form, la couleur would transform into les couleurs.

Using Venir de to Express Having "Just Did Something"

Using Venir de to Express Having "Just Did Something"

Aside from using juste ‘just’ to express the idea of someone having just done something such as J'ai juste mangé ‘I just ate’, did you know you can also use venir de to express...

Aside from using juste ‘just’ to express the idea of someone having just done something such as J'ai juste mangé ‘I just ate’, did you know you can also use venir de to express...

What's the Difference Between Connaître and Savoir?

What's the Difference Between Connaître and Savoir?

In French, there are two words to express the meaning “to know”: Connaître and Savoir. How are the two words different from each other? Are they interchangeable?

In French, there are two words to express the meaning “to know”: Connaître and Savoir. How are the two words different from each other? Are they interchangeable?

How to Say “Me Too” and “Me Neither” in French

How to Say “Me Too” and “Me Neither” in French

The Eiffel Tower during daytime in Paris, France by Anthony Delanoix (Unsplash License) Me too = Moi aussi To say “me too”, you say moi aussi. Par exemple: Je préfère...

The Eiffel Tower during daytime in Paris, France by Anthony Delanoix (Unsplash License) Me too = Moi aussi To say “me too”, you say moi aussi. Par exemple: Je préfère...

7 Ways to Say “I Hope So” in French

7 Ways to Say “I Hope So” in French

It's important to learn how French native speakers pepper their speech with natural expressions like “I hope so”, instead of only saying “Oui, oui” all the time! Let's explore the...

It's important to learn how French native speakers pepper their speech with natural expressions like “I hope so”, instead of only saying “Oui, oui” all the time! Let's explore the...

What’s the Difference Between Celui, Celle, Ceux, Celles?

What’s the Difference Between Celui, Celle, Ceux, Celles?

Celui, celle, ceux, and celles are pronoms démonstratif (demonstrative pronouns). The closest equivalent meanings to these in English are “the one”, or “the ones”. Here are some examples on how to...

Celui, celle, ceux, and celles are pronoms démonstratif (demonstrative pronouns). The closest equivalent meanings to these in English are “the one”, or “the ones”. Here are some examples on how to...

How to Name Punctuations in French

How to Name Punctuations in French

There will be times during your French learning endeavors that you must refer to punctuation. Let's find out how to talk about them!

There will be times during your French learning endeavors that you must refer to punctuation. Let's find out how to talk about them!