You’ve bought a postcard from Nice and now, it’s time to write to your French colleague Diane. Well. What will say? How will you phrase it? Sitting in a café, you could ask your neighbour. No. Let’s write it together. A postcard in 1 phrase
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End of a traditional French dinner. It’s not even Christmas or Easter. It’s not even a Sunday lunch. A normal dinner with French friends. You’ve eaten so much your brain is off. All the words are gone. How will you say « I loved it! » or
Sometimes you make mistakes. It’s ok to make mistakes as you are learning the language. However, there are some that will bring you shame, once you figure it out… Months later. I know the feeling, it happened to me as well. You feel stupid, ashamed
This week, I’ve decided to interview my friend Nabanita, from India. Nabanita is a very active woman and she managed to adapt very well her new French life. Could you please present yourself to the readers of Comme une Française? I am Nabanita, from India.
I’ve asked my friend Nina to share her experience as a dutch expat in France. Hi Nina! Could you please present yourself to the readers of Comme une Française? Hi I’m Nina, I’m 29 and I come from the Netherlands. Tell us about your experience
13 ways to say you’re single… or not! You don’t know how to say elegantly that you’re « single ». Sometimes, you have to clarify things and give your « statut marital ». « Marital status » is an expression very administrative and barbaric but used. I’m going to to lend
Wash your clothes! The idea of the article struck when I saw Anders, danish, washing bed sheets using the wool program as « laine » (wool) sounds like « lit » (bed) in French. We say « faire la lessive » or « faire une lessive » or « laver le linge ». It all
Vous voulez améliorer votre vocabulaire. Et la seule façon que vous avez trouvé c’est d’apprendre des listes et des listes. Que vous oubliez une semaine après. Tout ça pour rien. Je vous propose d’améliorer votre français en jouant. A quoi ? Voici 5 idées de
10 ways to end an email in 1 or 2 words in French You don’t know how to end emails in French. Should you say « Bisous » (kisses) to your mother in law? Or is « Cordialement » (kind regards) a good idea for friends? What if you
10 + 2 ways to talk about Marc, the man who shares your bed You use « my husband » or « Marc ». But in French, you hear your friends using lots of other words. How to use them without sounding vulgar? Is it ok for couples married?