Grandparents are often their grandkids favorites, as they pamper the kids. This shows in the pet names we use. Today we’ll look at French names for grandparents.
The French language isn’t only spoken in France, but also in parts of Belgium, Switzerland, and Canada. And as France was a colonial power in the past, there are a number of former colonies in Africa and the Caribbean with French as official language.
But besides politics, French is also known as the language of romance. And who wouldn’t like to be fluent in the language of love? Some pretty good reasons to learn French I think.
There are many occasions to be thankful. You may thank someone for a present, or for something they did for you. So today we see how to say thank you in French!
When learning a language, it’s always useful to know some basic politeness phrases and greetings. So today we’re learning how to say best wishes in French.
Today we will be going over how to ask someone their age in French and whether you even should. So let’s discover the right words for how old are you in French.
When you want to give praise in French, there’s a few things to watch out for. But we got you covered. Let’s find out how to say well done in French the right way!
French nicknames are some of the most popular nicknames, but can also be hard to get right. So this post will show you 10 great French pet names for boyfriend.
How do you say goodbye in French? Learn it with our handy French goodbye phrases. Perfect for those who are visiting France or just want to learn the language.
The French are actually a very cordial people. And if you know the right greetings in French for the different occasions, you will be seen as a friend quickly.
We will tell you how you can say Welcome Back in French and all the different alterations of the phrase that you will be using while speaking the language.
The French love to enjoy life and celebrate. And what better occasions to celebrate than anniversaries? So let’s look at some French phrases used to say Happy Anniversary in French.