French Grammar: The Verbs [JOUER] vs. [FAIRE]

… Identify: French Grammar: The Verbs [JOUER] vs. [FAIRE] la grammaire française: les verbes [jouer] vs. [faire] The verbs JOUER and FAIRE are both used to describe hobbies, including playing or doing sports.  JOUER literally means to play.  FAIRE means to do / to make. There are some general rules that govern whether to use JOUER […]

French Grammar: The Verb [FAIRE] – Verb Conjugation Chart

… [FAIRE] : TO DO / MAKE Infinitive FAIRE Conjugation IRREGULAR Present Participle FAISANT Past Participle FAIT … Simple Tenses, Indicative Mood:   Présent Imparfait Passé Simple Futur je  fais  faisais  fis  ferai tu  fais  faisais  fis  feras il / elle / on  fait  faisait  fit  fera nous  faisons  faisions  fîmes  ferons vous  faites  faisiez […]

Spanish Grammar: The Verb [HACER] – Verb Conjugation Chart

Spanish Grammar: The Verb [HACER] – Verb Conjugation Chart gramática española: el verbo [HACER] – gráfico de conjugaciones [HACER] = TO DO or MAKE The verb [HACER] means to do or to make. (I do, you do, he/she does…) The verb [HACER] also is used in a variety of vocabulary expressions. Indicative Mood:   Present Preterite Imperfect Conditional Future […]

Folium: Do You Speak Touriste? via NBCNews

Folium: Do You Speak Touriste? via NBCNews Tourism is big business. Attracting, entertaining and ensuring a steady flow of tourists is a world-wide industry.  France is currently the world’s top destination for foreign tourists; the city of Paris was visited by 29 million people in 2011.  By comparison, London attracted approximately 15.3 million international visitors […]

Spanish Grammar: The Verb [HACER] – Basics

… Identify Spanish Grammar: The Verb [HACER] – Basics la gramática española: el verbo [hacer] – los básicos The verb [HACER] means to do / to make, it is an irregular verb. May be used in a wide variety of sentences and functions. … 60-Second Spanish Grammar Lesson … Study The verb HACER means to do or […]

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