French Numbers: How to Count from 1 to 100

French Numbers: How to Count from 1 to 100

In French, numbers require you to do a bit of maths! For example, French people do not have a word for the number 80. 80 in French is quatre-vingts, literally 4×20. The same goes for the number 90. 90 in French is quatre-vingt-dix (4×20) +10. … Continue Reading →
Difference between ‘Tu’ and ‘Vous’

Difference between ‘Tu’ and ‘Vous’

In French, you have two ways to say ‘you’: ‘tu’ and ‘vous’. It is important to know in which situation you use them as they have very specific use and they set the tone of a conversation. They also define the relationship between the people … Continue Reading →
French Comparative and Superlative – Difference

French Comparative and Superlative – Difference

Know when to use each one     The comparative   In French, all the adjectives use the comparative structures below. French doesn’t differentiate between short and long adjectives so the equivalent of ‘bigger than’ is ‘plus grand que’ (‘more big than’)   ► more … Continue Reading →