Mini Lesson – I’m going home!

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In this French lesson, we learn the verb aller (to go) and use it in simple sentences like… I’m going home… I go to the university… I go to school… I go to work… I go to the beach.

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to go

Je vais (I)

Tu vas (You)

Il/Elle va (He/She)

Nous allons (We)

Vous allez (Vous)

Ils/Elles vont (They)

Je vais à Paris.

I’m going to Paris.

Elles vont à la plage.

They’re going to the beach.

la plage

the beach

Ils vont à l’école.

They’re going to school.

Elle va à l’université.

She’s going to the university.


the university (f)

Je vais au travail.

I’m going to work.

le travail


Je vais au bureau.

I’m going to the office.

le bureau

the office (m), the desk (m)

Je vais à la maison.

I’m going home.

une maison

a house

la maison

the home / home


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  1. Musa
    6 years ago

    I am beginning to develop great interest in the
    French Language. Your pronunciation is very distinct and with your lesson, I am pretty sure that I will be fluent in French. Merci beaucoup, Monsieur Adrien.

  2. Ger Dodd
    6 years ago

    HI adrian merci pour tout a plus

  3. Ana Maria De Mello
    6 years ago

    Hi Adrian, I am in love with your lessons.Just did my first week. Still do not know enough French, but I can say that “”J’adore”" it.

    A plus!!!

  4. Irene
    6 years ago

    I am a little confused with the à le and au because I notice when it is feminine it does not change it stays à la example:je vais à la plage which is Im going to the beach but when you say I’m going to the office it is Je vais au bureau. instead of je vais à la bureau.

    Can someone explain this to me?


    • JeFrench
      6 years ago

      You’re right. It only changes in the masculine from à le to au… le bureau… au bureau… à la does not contract to au… same thing with the l’… à l’aéroport… to the airport… we don’t use au there either.

  5. majid
    6 years ago

    Hi Adrian i give my best regards to you and your team.
    A plus

  6. Immaculate
    6 years ago

    I’m very eager to really speak French and I’m happy
    Je suis très content

  7. kelly Tozarin
    6 years ago

    Je suis brésilien. J’adore sa voix et j’aime Français. Ses cours sont excellentes.
    A plus!