Welcome back, fellow language teachers, to Adventures in Language! In this article, we’re covering 5 Do’s & Don’t for cultivating a culturally diverse language learning classroom -- which means we’re talking..
These relative pronouns work the same as que, qui, and dont, but they can be combined with demonstrative ce and mean “the thing” or “what.” They are used when there is no specific..
Do you feel uncomfortable watching your students struggle in the target language? You shouldn’t! Read to find out why. Guten Tag! Mno waben! Welcome back, language teachers, to Adventures in Language. In this article, we’re..
A relative pronoun is used to link two sentences together that have some words in common to avoid repetition. Unlike in English, relative pronouns in French cannot be omitted. Choosing the correct relative pronoun depends on..