French Word of the Day - light bulb (noun)


30
Apr
2016

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ampoule light bulb (noun)

Change l’ampoule quand elle grillera et deviendra noire.
Change the lightbulb when it burns out and goes dark.

ampoule à incandescence
incandescent light bulb

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French Word of the Day - cool (adjective)


29
Apr
2016

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frais cool (adjective)

Il fait chaud pendant la journée, mais frais la nuit.
It’s hot during the day, but cool at night.

journée fraîche
cool day

fraîche brise d’automne
cool autumn breeze

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French Word of the Day - fish (noun)


28
Apr
2016

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poisson fish (noun)

Le poisson nage dans l’eau.
The fish is swimming in the water.

Le poisson regarde la nourriture.
The fish is looking at the bait.

poisson de mer
saltwater fish

poisson d’eau douce
freshwater fish

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Top 15 tips to remember words when learning French


28
Apr
2016

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We recently gave you some shortcuts to learn French.
In your journey to become fluent and conversational in less time that is needed to say “Gotta catch ‘em all”, we will this time give you the Top 15 tips to remember words!

1. Use repetition: reading, writing and speaking words over and over again.

2. Associate words with drawings, pictures and funny scenes.

3. Try to use the language routinely in the context of daily life.

4. Reading as much as possible, especially the newspaper, helps you to remember words.

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5. Learn about the roots of words and how different words are related to each other.

6. Speak as often as possible with native speakers.

7. Categorize new words with other related words that you already know.

8. Be persistent in practicing everyday by talking to your family or your dog, even though they don’t understand you.

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9. Say words out loud so that you can actually hear them.

10. Associate new words with words that sound similar in your native language.

11. Listen to songs and memorize the lyrics.

12. Often watch TV or YouTube videos that are designed for young children.

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13. Associate new words with stories, games or movies.

14. Try to use the new word in a simple sentence so you learn whole phrases, not just individual words.

15. Try to think in French, so it becomes natural to your thought process.

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French Word of the Day - musical (noun)


27
Apr
2016

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comédie musicale musical (noun)

La femme joue dans une comédie musicale.
The woman is preforming in a musical.

Une comédie musicale peut raconter une histoire avec des chansons.
A musical can tell a story with songs.

représentation d’une comédie musicale
musical performance

comédie musicale
musical comedy

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French Word of the Day - butter (noun)


26
Apr
2016

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beurre butter (noun)

Les produits laitiers contiennent le fromage, le yaourt, le beurre et la crème.
Milk products include cheese, yogurt, butter, and cream.

bâton de beurre et tranches de beurre
stick of butter and slices of butter

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French Word of the Day - dig (verb)


25
Apr
2016

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creuser dig (verb)

L’homme creuse un trou avec une pelle.
The man is digging a hole with a shovel.

creuser un trou
dig a hole

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French Word of the Day - raspberry (noun)


24
Apr
2016

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framboise raspberry (noun)

framboises rouges
red raspberries

confiture de framboises
raspberry jam

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French Word of the Day - thirsty (adjective)


23
Apr
2016

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assoiffé thirsty (adjective)

La femme assoiffée boit de l’eau.
The thirsty woman is drinking water.

L’homme est assoiffé.
The man is thirsty.

Le chien assoiffé boit l’eau de la piscine.
The thirsty dog is drinking from the pool.

assoiffé d’eau
thirsty for water

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The Top 5 Shortcuts To Learning French!


22
Apr
2016

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Hey Listeners!

So you’ve decided to study French, now what?

Chances are you’re looking to become fluent and conversational as fast as possible, right? Well then, look no further! This is the list for you!

Without further ado, here are the top 5 shortcuts to learning French!

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1. Create A Study Schedule And Set Some Goals:
This one may seem obvious, but you’d be surprised how many unorganized language learners there are in the world! Creating a schedule allows you to manage your time wisely, enabling you to free up time to study consistently. Goals are also a key component of learning French. These give you motivation and something to strive for.

2. Make It Fun:
You may roll your eyes at this one, but it’s true! If you learn how to make your study time enjoyable, chances are you’ll be more inclined to study! Try changing it up every now and then with something new. Watch a TV show in French or listen to some French music! The sky is the limit!

3. Find A Language Partner:
This is one surefire way to improve your conversational skills. Having a language partner allows you to practice your target language in a conversational manner. This will help you gain fluency even faster!

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4. Use Word Lists To Build Up A Solid Vocabulary:
This is a great way to build up your fluency, one word at a time. At FrenchPod101, you can use one of our many word lists. Choose whichever topic you want to study and go!

5. Make Mistakes:
Lastly, don’t be afraid to make mistakes! In fact, make a lot of them! Nothing helps you improve more than correcting your own errors. If you catch yourself saying something wrong, you’re likely to remember it the next time around. So just remember, everyone makes mistakes! Learn from them!

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Again, there is no magical, overnight way to learn French. However, doing a few or all of these will help you out substantially. And remember, if you’re really interested in getting on the fast-track to fluency, sign up for a FREE lifetime account at FrenchPod101.com now!