Beth Taylor

Beth is an ESL and French teacher originating from the UK. After teaching English in France for over 6 years she became a digital nomad. She now works as a teacher and freelance translator while travelling around Europe, experiencing new cultures and learning new languages along the way.

Beth Taylor

How to Use the French “Manger” Conjugation to Talk about Eating

France is the country that gave us bœuf bourguignon, ratatouille and crème brûlée, not to mention baguettes, croissants and a whole range of other scrumptious pastries and desserts. It’s famous for its delicious cuisine, is home to more Michelin-star restaurants than any other country, and is the birthplace of many world-renowned chefs. When a nation …

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Cheers to That: The Must-Know Rules of the French “Boire” Conjugation

Whether you’re absolutely parched and desperate for a drink, or simply want to invite some friends over for a cold beverage on a hot summer’s afternoon, either way you’re going to need to use the same French verb: boire. Boire means “to drink”. It is an irregular verb, as it does not follow the same …

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To Buy or Not to Buy: How to Use the French “Acheter” Conjugation

Some words are essential when traveling abroad or trying to communicate in a foreign language, and one verb that you won’t be able to live without in French-speaking countries is acheter. Whether you’re grocery shopping, buying souvenirs or just chatting to friends, the acheter conjugation is bound to come up sooner or later. Acheter Meaning …

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Top Tips for French Conjugation Practice and the Resources You Need

When learning a foreign language, it’s vital that you understand how and when to use different verbs. There are not only a variety of different tenses to learn, but also different conjugation rules for each verb group. There are several strategies you can use to work on verbs, so let’s check out the best methods …

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Everything You Should Know About the French “Connaître” Conjugation

The French language has two different verbs that mean “to know”. It’s important to know the difference between the savoir and connaître conjugation before you try to use them. Savoir is primarily used for knowledge and facts, while connaître is mainly used to talk about knowing people and places. Connaître vs. Savoir Let’s delve right …

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