French Snacks

Learn French with short neatly organized articles.

Expressing weights and measures such as kilogram, liter or meter.

Expressing countable quantities such as a box of paper, a bottle of wine, or a can of beans.

Expressing amounts such as a lot of, a little bit, some, or certain.

Expressing amounts with exact numbers (one of, two of) and approximate numbers (a dozen of).

Talk about quantity of concrete things like some bread, some bear, or some fruit.

Learn to talk about quantity of abstract things like some patience, some energy, or some courage.

Understand the verb "faire de" in the context of playing individual sports.

"Faire le" is used for expressing housework activities.

Learn how to express playing board games, hazard, or computer games.

Learn the difference between "faire de" and "jouer à" in the context of playing teams sports.

Learn the difference between "jouer de" and "faire de" in the context of playing on musical instruments.

Learn the difference between "jouer de" and "jouer à" when talking about team sports or musical instruments.

Guides

The Ultimate Guide to French time prepositions with explanation, usage in context and simple instructive animations.