The French and English languages are related in a sense, because French is a Romance language descended from Latin with German and English influences, while English is a Germanic language with Latin and French influences. Thus, they share some similarities, most notably the same alphabet and a number of true cognates.
However, French grammar is much more difficult and complex than English, like conjugations, genders, and countless exceptions.
For example, to conjugate the verb “Eat” in the present tense in English: I/you/we/they eat – She/he/it eats. But also this verb in French: Je mange – Tu manges – Il/Elle mange – Nous mangeons – Vous mangez – Ils/Elles mangent. What a difference!
But after all, we will summarize for you the knowledge of grammar in the most methodical and easy to understand way. Our exercise system is also very diverse and rich.