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Salut ! As I was in Brazil last week, I thought « Hey, I’m just like my readers right now! ». And asked myself tons of questions such as: – What if I was sick? I see the pharmacies all around me… But what about a doctor?
As a reader of Comme une Française, you are looking for real French advice about France. And it’s my duty to give the accurate, real, sometimes painful truth about my country. Not clichés to sell you food, stripped shirts or wine tastings. As I was
When a French person says « no », she often means « yes ». This idea came to me while talking to Aisha. It is SO good to talk to expats: you give me awesome subjects for posts. All these little things are so obvious to me (and to
While improving your French vocabulary, and getting a better and better pronunciation, you wonder : “Is this adjective supposed to appear before or after the noun? Should I say Quelle ou Qu’elle ?” And all this kind of tricky questions. And as you know, Comme
Not everybody has fixed hours each week to sit down and learn French. You have little time to dedicate to improving your French and want results now. All this without the boring methods and lists of vocabulary to learn by heart. 90% of the words
This morning, I was having a cup of coffee with Jana from Berlin. We talked about double meanings in French. How 2 letters can make a verb go from « formal » to « super rude ». I planned to write an article on this for you. To avoid
I often have questions about traditions in France. And as I went to a wedding this summer, I brought you a present. Answers to be fully ready when you are invited to a wedding in France. Le faire-part You are notified of the wedding day
I’ve heard so many things about France while living abroad and reading expat blogs that I wanted to give you the truth about 7 clichés about France. 🙂 So you never sounds like a tourist, more like a real French expert. Bastille Day First, there
The boulangerie is at the heart of French culture. French can drive miles for a good baguette. And you can spot the best boulangeries by the waiting line on Sunday mornings. I always tell my foreign visitors to try everything in the boulangeries: breads, viennoiseries