What are some weird French words?

What are some weird French words?

8 Funny French Words

  • 1) abracadabrantesque. Remember the word abracadabra?
  • 2) cerf-volant. This could be literally translated as “flying deer”, but is actually the translation for “kite”.
  • 3) pamplemousse.
  • 4) sardanapalesque.
  • 5) meugler.
  • 6) vachement.
  • 7) yaourter.
  • 8) machin.

Do the French use the letter K?

The French Use of the Letter ‘K’ While French does use the Latin (or Roman) alphabet that contains 26 letters, two of those are not native to the French language. Those are the ‘K’ and the ‘W. For instance, the word “kiosk” in German, Polish, and English is “kiosque” in French.

How many irregular French verbs are there?

French has a 100+ irregular verbs. The most common ones include- etre, avoir, aller, faire.

Are there any strange words in French conjugation?

Sure, there are the common verbs such as avoir (to have) and aller (to go). But then there are the strange words like dépayser (to leave one’s comfort zone), ronronner (to purr) and yaourter (speaking/singing in a language one doesn’t know, thus faking it).

What’s the best way to learn French conjugation?

Learn plus-que-parfait (pluperfect) conjugations of major irregular verbs, imparfait (imperfect) conjugations of -ir verbs or impératif (imperative) conjugations of stem-changing verbs. Once you’ve chosen your customized combination, click “apply,” and you’ll be taken to your personalized exercises.

Where can I find list of French verbs?

This is a good place for beginners to find the most common French verbs to learn. The order of the list is an approximation based on a variety of sources. For more verbs, all with full conjugations, see the full list of French verbs

Do you have to change the spelling of verbs in French?

There is no spelling change in the other conjugations of the above tenses and moods, since the g is followed by e or i, or in the past participle, conditional, future, or subjunctive. You can see all of these conjugations in the bouger verb table.