French, popularly known as the “language of love”, has a long tradition of poets creating beautiful love poems. However, delving into the poetry of a foreign language is often an intimidating prospect. This article outlines some basic ways to learn and teach love poems.
Learning French: Teaching, Speaking, Learning, Culture
French is spoken all over the globe, in France and where the French had a colonial empire. Under this topic you will find information on how to teach, learn and speak French. We review French language learning media, such as software, and rate it for you. We also consider online learning sources. We dig into the mechanics of learning the French language, whether the purest French of the Académie Française , French as spoken in Quebec and the rest of Canada, and French in the various former French colonies. Here you can learn about French grammar, vocabulary, and usage. You will also find articles which dig into the proud French culture, looking at the different places where French is spoken. Articles examine dialects, cultures, history, celebrations, food and customs throughout the French speaking world. Bright Hub's Language Learning channel puts French into your hands.
French adverbs of place, les adverbes de lieu, describe where something is or where something occurs. Read on to learn the most common French adverbs of place, and how to use them.
Whether you want to ask for the time, or you want to plan a get-together with a friend sometime in the future, it is vital to know how to tell time. There are a few cultural notes, some simple formulas, and some vocabulary words and phrases that will make it simple for you to tell time in French.