Le Mont-Saint-Michel is a wonder of Europe, a majestic city surrounded by sand and sea. An ancestral fortress against the Norman invaders.
A monastery for pious men of God. A center of pilgrimage for medieval travelers… and nowadays, for millions of tourists.
This fascination that has endured centuries must have some good basis, mustn’t it ? Let’s find out !
More confusing than the wine menu. Subject to more rules and exceptions than French taxes.
But all over our language, like tourists on the Eiffel Tower.
You guessed it – here’s a French learner’s worst friend, on equal footing with the subjonctive : le participe passé.
French people love “humor” so much, they make it look like “love”. Comedy takes many forms, including these common jokes and wordplay.
Some of them are universal, others are specific to the French language, all are well known to all French people… and some are actually even funny !
Prepare the rimshots and let’s dive in !
Grammar and French lessons in books are useful, but here on Comme Une Française, I want to help you go the extra mile.
Today I’ll show you some sentences that we really use in everyday life – some typically French expressions you’ll hear in friendly conversations, in the streets and cafés. Use them and people will immediately think you’ve been living in France for years.
Today, I want to help you speak French Comme une Française!