Bonjour ! Following your enthusiasm about the French gestures (click here to watch the video), I’ve decided to go further, with an explanation of French facial expressions. You’ll learn how to say « I’m bored », « you’re crazy », « I don’t believe you »… without using a single word.
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Salut ! Imagine this: a great opportunity comes your way: you have the chance of winning an all expenses paid scholarship to Paris for a year. Financed by the French embassy. All you have to do is leave your contact details, in French, including of
What French habits overwhelm and even scare non-French people? Find out here…
Coucou ! Valentine’s Day was last week and now life is back to normal. In French, we call this « la routine » or « métro boulot dodo ». Why not spice things up again by adding a little French to your relationship? If you
Bonjour bonjour, Joyeux Noël ! In France, we celebrate Christmas today and tomorrow: on the evening of the 24th and on the 25th at lunchtime. At both meals, you’ll be stuck for hours with a group of loud, fast-talking French people. That’s a HUGE comprehension
Coucou, It’s Christmas time! It will soon be the moment to wish all your loved ones a Joyeux Noël. The phrases you’ll use in French to wish a Joyeux Noël to your colleagues, your friends or your family are not the same. How do we
When you’re in France, sometimes, you encounter problems. Not necessarily big ones. I’m talking about small ones. Small annoying ones. Where you’d happily welcome a helping hand. A little help from a local. How can you politely ask for help using the appropriate, well-constructed sentence
What to say when you don”t know the French word for it? Survive France by learning to ask “How do you say…” or “What do you call this or that? Learn it here!
When you’re with French friends, you SEE the importance of greeting. Around you, they kiss or shake hands, they say hello, ask for news. THEN the conversation can start. It’s a crucial step in the French culture. And YOU want to be part of it.
Salut c’est Géraldine! Ca va ? When your French neighbour Pierre tells you about an important event of life -sickness, exam, holidays or even his wedding rehearsal-… you want to show your enthusiasm and say « good luck Pierre! ». In French. Aïe (it means Ouch). Do