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Useful French Vocabulary – The head and face Posted by on Oct 16, 2018

Idioms and other non-literal expressions can make learning another language more difficult. If you have the right attitude though, they can also make it more fun, they can help you learn useful vocabulary, and incorporating them into your everyday speech can help you sound more like a native. This week we’ll look at a number…

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Mixing Up Chocolate Croissants And Croissant Chocolates In French Posted by on Oct 10, 2018

Sometimes I surprise myself when I make une faute (a mistake) speaking le français. Même si (even if) I have years of experience, I still can oublier (forget) words or realize I don’t know how to talk about certain subjects. Occasionally, I just make really silly mistakes that don’t seem to make any sense, but…

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French Grammar – Relative Pronouns Posted by on Oct 9, 2018

Relative pronouns help add clarity to language by identifying the who, what, where, or when. This week we’ll look at the three main pronoms relatifs (relative pronouns) in French: qui, que, and où. Qui When it stands alone or comes at the start of a sentence, qui generally means who? Qui ? / Who? Qui…

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Sympathetically Singing – Pink Martini In French Posted by on Oct 3, 2018

Listening to la musique française (French music) is an easy way to integrate la langue (the language) into your everyday life, even if you live outside la francophonie. Finding the right mix of les paroles (lyrics) that are easy to understand and a catchy melody is the key to making your French studies as easy…

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French Culture – Don’t lose that ticket Posted by on Oct 2, 2018

As I recently shared, there are more ways to get around Paris these days than ever. With all the choices though, the metro, buses, trains, and RER remain the most common and convenient*. In fact, riders make almost 3 billion** … yes, billion! … trips a year on the various lignes de trains, de RER,…

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