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French Lessons

Apprendre (To Learn)

Let’s continue playing with the verb apprendre (to learn).

The future tense of apprendre is: 

  • j’apprendrai (I will learn)
  • tu apprendras (You will learn, informal)
  • il/elle/on apprendra (He/She/One will learn)
  • nous apprendrons (We will learn)
  • vous apprendrez (You will learn, plural and formal)
  • ils/elles apprendront (They will learn, masc./fem.)

Tu apprendras. Oui, tu apprendras. (You’ll learn. Oh yes, you’ll learn.) [cue ominous laughter]

 

This lesson is courtesy of Living Language, the foremost name in the field of foreign language self-study. Since 1946, millions have learned to speak, read, and write a new language with their courses.


Learn French

The verb: apprendre (ah-prah(n)-druh) 

J’apprends le français.

zhuh-prahn luh frahn-say

(I learn French. / I’m learning French.)

 

The present tense of apprendre:

j’apprends, tu apprends, il/elle/on apprend, nous apprenons, vous apprenez, ils/elles apprennent .

 

This lesson is courtesy of Living Language, the foremost name in the field of foreign language self-study. Since 1946, millions have learned to speak, read, and write a new language with their courses.


Want to learn how to say “oui?” Yes?

Today, we’ll look at some of the ways to respond affirmatively in French, starting with the basic one: oui [wee], meaning “yes.”

  • Bien sûr [byeh(n) sewr]: of course 
  • Si [see]: yes (in response to a negative statement)

                            As in: Tu n’as pas appris le français? (You didn’t learn French?) – Si. (Yes, I did.)

  • Mais oui! [meh wee]: literally means “But yes!” but the actual meaning is that classically stereotypical French expression “But of course!”
  • Oui en effet [wee ah(n)n eh-fay]: yes indeed

 

This lesson is courtesy of Living Language, the foremost name in the field of foreign language self-study. Since 1946, millions have learned to speak, read, and write a new language with their courses.


Introducing “Les Mots du Jour”

Bienvenue, mes amis. And if you have no idea what this means, then you should definitely come back to for your daily French lesson, courtesy Living Language

Each day, we’ll have a new lesson to help get you ready for your next trip to Paris. 

So get ready for ParisienSalon’s Ecole Française! The teacher is in.