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Soft in French - Doux, Mou, Moelleux We use different adjectives to translate "soft" in French : doux, mou and moelleux. I'll explain them thoroughly in this article. Doux = Soft, Mild, Gentle Masculine: doux (x silent, so it sounds like “doo”) Feminine: douce(s) Noun : la douceur Verb: adoucir – to soften Adverb: doucement – softly, gently We use “doux” a lot in French as soft for fabric, skin, texture in general:

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ALL ABOUT FRENCH ADJECTIVES Reading time: 12 minutesDifficulty: Beginner- Intermediate French Adjectives can be one of the most colorful parts of speech. If you think, you know enough about the adjectives. You can also check it out this huge list of the most common adjectives. In case you need a little reminder on what adjectives are, here’s a quick run through: Adjectives are words which are used to describe, identify, modify or quantify a noun. 8 Essential Skills for Every Graphic Designer's Toolkit People don’t read pure text anymore when it comes to online content and content marketing. You need well-crafted and eye-catching visuals if you want people to stay on your site, read the text, and complete the action you need in the first place (usually a purchase). In fact, all the modern data collected proves that visuals increase engagement by at least 10%. Having a great graphic designer to spice up your content and website ultimately means more engagement and converted viewers who will spend longer amounts of time on your site and come back more often. The increased demand for these visuals has also grown graphic design as a career/skill since graphic designers can now make around $45,000 dollars at entry-level and work in a growing industry. These are the 8 essential skills for every graphic designer to have, if you want to excel in a graphic design career!

Amener, Emmener, Apporter, Emporter, Rapporter... To Bring and To Take in French These French verbs are confusing for English speakers because they cannot be translated from their English counterpart: to bring and to take. The key is to understand the meanings of the base verbs "porter" and "mener" and the meaning of their prefixes "a-", "em-", "ra-" and "rem-". When it comes to using to Bring and to Take in French, you cannot just translate. The logic is a bit different in French, so you need to think as a French person would, therefore you need to really understand the meanings of the verb, or in this case, the meaning of the “base verbs” porter and mener. To Bring and To Take in French – Selecting the Base Verbs 1 – Porter ≠ Mener : Things ≠ People/Animals

Skywatching Events Not To Miss In 2014 There are plenty of exciting sky watching events coming up in the coming year that should excite amateurs and professionals alike. We'll be sure to remind you before the most noteworthy events, but mark your calendars so you can plan ahead and keep your eyes on the skies throughout 2014! Even if you don't have a telescope, many of these can be seen with the naked eye or a good pair of binoculars. January 2-3 - Quadrantids Meteor Shower peak - The shower will be visible from January first through the fifth, it peaks overnight on the 2nd and into the morning of the 3rd, with about 40 sightings per hour.

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