Pierre lives in the French countryside, more precisely in the sunny Lot-et-Garonne. When he takes his French immersion students for tours of his region, they are surprised to discover old buildings such as dovecotes, watermills and windmills. Follow him for a virtual visit of these quintessential French countryside architectural constructions.
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Most French students know that French has several forms for you: "tu" and "vous". If knowing which one to use when meeting a French person is not always easy, it's even harder to decide when it's time to switch from "vous" to "tu", and how to do the transition smoothly. Today, I will give you some useful French sentences for switching from "vous" to "tu", plus many cultural tips.
Let's explore the world of French pastry, and in particular the rock-star like French pastry and chocolate chefs of Paris Saint-Germain-des-Près. Florence will take us for a virtual tour, all written in French and translated into English: you'll learn useful French pastry vocabulary and how to describe these delicious treats.