Nov 5, 2012
Chez; Voici; Voilà
Chez (au domicile de – at somebody’s place – home, at home, at someone’s house, at the home of) is a preposition. It is used to indicate a place or professions. It means (au magasin, cabinet de) Chez is used to mean (dans la famille de, dans le pays, la region de, le groupe, parmi - among,...
Apr 6, 2011
Brief Book Review:
French for English and Creole Speakers!...is a French textbook written specifically to give you as well as all beginning, intermediate, and advanced learners of French the support you need to master this beautiful language. This textbook comes equipped with a podcast and a blog that provide you with...
Jan 13, 2011
Dialogue-Building Vocabulary :
Salut ! – Hi (informal greeting)
Madame – Mrs, Ma’am
Monsieur – Mr. Sir
Ça va? – How are you ? (informal greeting)
Comment ça va? - How are you? (informal greeting)
Comment vas- tu? - How are you? (informal greeting)
Comment allez-vous? – How are you? (formal greeting)
Nov 18, 2010
We realize that Haiti has two official languages: French and Kreyol. In order to prepare you for your visit to Haiti and any other French-speaking country, we have to provide you with some French lessons. We wish you good luck with your learning of one of the most beautiful languages in the world. Bear in mind that...