French The Pronoun “en”

As you’ve seen, French grammar can be complex. With most grammatical concepts, there are usually additional rules and exceptions that you have to remember. Many…

The French Pronoun Y

Yes, it’s true… the letter “y” is actually a word in French! It’s pronounced “E,” and it’s an adverbial pronoun. It most often represents/replaces a…

French Relative Pronouns Qui vs Que

The concept of indirect object pronouns in French is the same as it is in English. An indirect object pronoun replaces the indirect object in…

French Direct Object Pronouns

The concept of direct object pronouns in French is the same as it is in English. A direct object pronoun replaces the direct object in…

French The Imperative

Let’s do this next! Study your French! Go to bed early! You have most likely used the imperative mood without realizing it. The imperative mood…

French The Passive Voice

The passive voice, or la voix passive, is used to describe an action that is being done to a subject by an agent of the…

French Superlative

The superlative is used when you want to say that a noun is “the most” or “the least” of something. In English, the superlative is…

French The Comparative

The comparative is used when you want to compare two or more things to each other. The three degrees of comparison are superiority, inferiority, and…

French Relative Pronouns Qui vs Que

In English, a relative pronoun translates to words like “that,” “who,” or “which.” The dog that barks the loudest is named Max. I bought a…