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L’imparfait… rhymes with DMCV! Posted by on Nov 6, 2010

Dieu merci, c’est vendredi! “Thank God it’s Friday” Let’s start with l’imparfait, and see what we can do about DMCV. II. L’imparfait L’imparfait is used for an ongoing state of being (e.g., being young: “When I was young…”) or a repeated or incomplete action. It’s used for actions that did not end at a specific point…

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I Gotta Feeling… that the French are Making Fun of David ‘Duck’ Guetta! Posted by on Oct 15, 2010

It’s already la fin de semaine (the weekend), and you know what that means: Wherever you’ll be, you’ll most likely be bombarded by some really “catchy” David Guetta tunes, ragingly blasting on the radio, on TV, in a club, or if you’re real lucky, while you’re trying to do some shopping at the local mall, if not at the supermarket down the street. David Guetta (his official puppet from the…

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Encore, Édith PIAF !—“Milord” Posted by on Sep 18, 2010

Vous avez été nombreux la dernière fois à aimer la célèbre chanson de Édith Piaf intitulée “Non, je ne regrette rien” (You have been many last time to like the famous Édith Piaf song titled “No, I regret nothing”), which you can find here: “Non, je ne regrette rien! (Édith Piaf).” Another famous song by Édith Piaf -whose real nom…

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Encore Rémi GAILLARD! (“Ze Very Best Of”) Posted by on Jul 2, 2010

In the videos you have previously seen of le farceur (the prankster) Rémi GAILLARD posted two days ago, the Montpelliérain (name of the inhabitants of the beautiful southern city of Montpellier) displayed only two of his many talents cachés (hidden talents): Namely his ability to infiltrate major évènements sportifs, always undetected, as well as his prouesse…

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“Avez-vous déjà vu…?” (“Have you already seen…?”) Posted by on May 21, 2010

Today, we have a special DMCV (which stands for “Dieux Merci C’est Vendredi”, if you still don’t know it yet), and I wonder if you have already seen it? “Avez vous déjà vu … Cendrillon qui prend l’avion?“ I mean: Avez-vous déjà vu… “Avez-vous déjà vu“? (Have you already seen… “Have you already seen”?) Hold on a second. Did I…

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