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The French word fils, as you probably know if you've had more than a couple of French lessons, means son. But the interesting thing is tha…

Started by Neil Coffey

3 Jan 2, 2012
Reply by Neil Coffey

how to speak and write

                     hey. how can i help ma self to learn this language.please any one can help me?

Started by fiory melles

4 Apr 23, 2011
Reply by shahnaz


Sortir. It is a very interesting word. It means very different things depending whether it is transitive or intransitive.   Transitive (wit…

Started by Adam Kim

9 Jan 16, 2011
Reply by Adam Kim


The word haut as an adjective generally means "high", "upper", and as a noun means "top", "top part". You may also be familiar with the exp…

Started by Neil Coffey

2 Nov 8, 2010
Reply by Ron Fox

I Have no idea. I Don't know what to do?

I'd like to know the french for the sentences "I Have no idea. I don't know what to do?"Merci.

Started by Devi

3 Oct 22, 2010
Reply by Vicky

Translation of mal de populatité

Could someone please felicitously translate this headline (Le Figaro)?  Thnks! Contador, un Maillot jaune en mal de popularité

Started by Pete Laubscher

7 Sep 29, 2010
Reply by xavier92


So what's the big deal...? We all know that quoi is the French word for what, right? Well... yes and no. The French for what is generally…

Started by Neil Coffey

9 Jul 6, 2009
Reply by Marc Vonhalmen


You probably came away from your first ever French class with the knowledge that the French word dix is the number ten. You probably learnt…

Started by Neil Coffey

0 Jun 4, 2009

'le' and 'la'

So hang on a minute, don't le and la mean the? What's the big deal? Well, they generally do. There's actually a whole discussion that I'll…

Started by Neil Coffey

0 May 24, 2009


At its simplest level, the word pas means a step or pace. However, you may be more familiar with the word as a way to form a negative sent…

Started by Neil Coffey

0 May 21, 2009


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