French blogs: How to learn French reading 3 of them

Salut c’est Géraldine!

Ca va?

We’ve now reach the middle of summer. Here is France, life is slow.
The weather is hot. It’s time to relax.

YOU want to keep learning. 🙂
How to keep boosting your French in 5 minutes a day with no French lesson?

By reading blogs that French people actually read!
You’ll avoid French grammar to go straight to vocabulary and spoken French. 🙂

Let’s dive in at the heart of French culture.

This week, on Comme une Française TV, you’ll discover 3 blogs to follow to easily turbocharge your French.
Click to watch « French blogs: How to learn French reading 3 of them »:

Keep up with the French news in French with Martin Vidberg
Spoken French and real life in France with Boulet
Worldwide travels and life in Paris with Pénélope Bagieu

Et toi ?
Your French will improve ONLY if you take action on what you learn on Comme une Française TV.

Click on 1 link and read 1 post of 1 blog. Just 1.
Come back to this post and tell us:
1 new French word or expression you understood in this post.

That’s awesome, you just learned a new expression in French!

Share your experience by leaving a comment below this video:
It’s the best area to start discussions and ask questions!

Do you have friends learning French as well? Share this post with them!

Bisous,

Géraldine

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  • hello..I felt blessed found this website,seriously the way you teach just super fun,my self is indonesia who married with france. thank you so much..

  • Bonjour,

    Je suis prof de francais dans un lycee public a West Covina High School, une banlieue de Los Angeles. J’aime bien vos clips video et je trouve qu’ils seraient tres utiles pour mes apprenants.

    Merci beaucoup,

    Bien a vous,

    Magda Khoury

  • Je trouve le mot “mes pistes” dans le blog de Pénélope Bagieu quand elle a visité à Portland. J’ai recherché le mot et je trouve le definition est “trail” mais je pense que le definition est “ideas” dans ce context, n’est pas? Merci!

    • Bonjour Jenifer,
      Tout à fait. “Piste” peut signifier “trail” if you go walking ou “ideas” if you are looking for one.

  • I actually never thought of reading French blogs to help comprehension. It’s a great idea and I’m sure everyone can find one to their liking. I learned “à la pêche” ! Great stuff!

  • I have been on holiday in Brittany where I made an effort to use French (honest ) and I just got back and have seen your piece on blogs. I have noticed in L’actu en patates.

  • I learned “un peu” of frenche language by “recettes de cuisine”, et avec des chansons, …c’est plus facile comme ça!!!!
    Bisous….
    sorry my french, My native language is spanish hihii

  • “Trop de restos tue le resto”–dans le poste de Penelope sur son sejour a New York. Apparently this construction can be used for all sorts of things… I think I understand, but maybe, Géraldine, you could clarify?

    • Hi Judy.
      Yes, “Trop de […] tue le […]” is VERY common in French. It means “When you abuse of one thing, you don’t want it anymore”. Here, it means that she went so often to the restaurant than she doesn’t want to go anymore.

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