Depuis plusieurs années, j’organise des quiz bilingues à Jugon. Les quiz ont lieu généralement dans un bar. Nous les faisons un lundi soir, un mois sur deux. Le barman a choisi le lundi parce que c’est un soir calme au bar, et nous pouvons y prendre presque toute la place.
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Grâce au massif des Vosges à l’ouest, le climat est sec et ensoleillé, parfait pour la culture du raisin. Cette région de France produit du vin depuis l’époque romaine, et donc Colmar est souvent considérée comme la capitale des vins d’Alsace. Il y a une forte influence allemande sur la gastronomie de cette région et on peut la voir partout.
Supporter and soutenir both translate into to support in English, but are not always interchangeable in French.
July the 14th is the French national day - it's called "Bastille day" outside of France but never in France! "Le Quatorze Juillet" is a day of celebrating French culture. Numerous public events take place: military parades, city meals, dances, parties and many amazing fireworks. But what are French people really doing on that day?
The use of "On" may be the most blatant difference between traditional French and modern spoken French... "On" means "we" in modern French, and we use it all the time as such. However, "on" could mean so much more: "one", "people"... but also "someone", "you", "they" and even "he, she" and "I"... Today I'll go over the many meanings of the impersonal French subject pronoun "on", I'll explain what happens with "on" and adjectives, and give you many examples.