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Femme, comme… (Woman as in…) Posted by on Mar 15, 2011

In the French Blog, les femmes (women) are toujours à l’honneur (still honored), even a week after le 8 mars (8th of March.) Today, we will go through several case examples where the French word femme (woman) can be encountered. Femme, as in… la Femme Nikita * * * * Femme, comme… (Woman, as in…): Une jeune femme…

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“L’Âme Des Poètes” (“The Soul of Poets”) Posted by on Nov 20, 2010

Before there was something called le synthétiseur (synthesizer or keyboard), the French had invented an instrument they named l’ondioline. And one of the first musical works ever recorded with this instrument is Charles Trenet‘s hit song called “L’Âme Des Poètes” (The Soul of Poets.) The song has known interpretations by une pléthore d’artistes (a plethora…

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