*In many French-speaking countries, both le professeur and la professeur exist, but in France, the word is always masculine, even when talking about a woman.
However, the informal apocope prof, which you might use when talking to friends (not your teacher!
After being introduced to its easy conjugation, it’s hard to shake it off as you transition to intermediate French. If it’s something that’s not going to happen super soon, then you need to upgrade your French to the simple future! ) Alright, now that you’ve gotten this far, it’s time to break out the big guns.
BONUS: If you are talking about something in the future, take our previously-mentioned phrase is best used as a command. You’re still getting the same messages across as from your early days of French, but with more punch and pizzazz! If you’re serious about learning French through the intermediate level and beyond, then you’ve got to try Fluent U.
You may want to get more specific when someone asks you how you are doing rather than fall back on the old “Yeah, I’m fine.” Maybe you want to unload your emotions on them instead.
Surely you’ve become familiar with the emotions in beginner’s French, but to make them sound more colorful (and advanced), let’s go through a few alternatives. (I’m in good shape.)Use this phrase to express that you are feeling well (healthwise/physically).
Like when you really want someone to show you the way to intermediate French mastery. First, we have to go over some of the best ways to say goodbye. Fluent U lets you learn French from real-world content like music videos, commercials, news broadcasts, cartoons and inspiring talks.
So say (Have a good weekend) for more specific, well-wishing goodbyes. Since this video content is stuff that native French speakers French—the way it’s spoken in modern life.
It is best used to qualify a verb, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it with nouns.
Ah, but alas, there is a better way to say it with…Placed around the conjugated verb in the same fashion as other negating phrases like once you get the hang of it!