French cakes and pastries - choose your weapon!
Anyone who’s travelled to France has surely walked into a French boulangerie or patisserie, only to find a colourful, spectacular (and sometimes overwhelming) array of delicious cakes, pastri…
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To wish something to someone in French, we use the adjective "BON". Bonne année ! Bonne journée ! Bonne soirée !
French Grammar Rules: Conjugating Verbs in "Le Futur" Tense
Want to talk about what you will be doing? You'll need to know how to conjugate French verbs in the future tense!