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Le 14 février, c'est La Saint Valentin, la fête de l'amour et des amoureux. Careful though - unlike English cultures, Valentine's day in France is only for people "in" love, not just loving/friendship gestures. [Read More...]
How do you pronounce the Paris métro stations in French? Learn the correct French pronunciation of all the Paris subway station names of "la ligne un" (Paris métro line 1): "La Défense / Château de Vincenne" with my free clear audio recordings. Learn how to say "Champs-Elysées" in French! [Read More...]
Crêpes (sort of French thin pancake) are a very common food in France and are not only easy to make but can be served any way you want. This allows the whole family to eat exactly the crêpes that they want…
Practice your French with this easy French English bilingual story about a French charity store. Vintage shops are quite popular in France, however "Le Charity Shop" of Jugon-les-Lacs is quite unique! [Read More...]
Learn the right French pronunciation of all the Paris subway station names of "la ligne deux" (Paris métro line two): "Porte Dauphine / Nation" with a Paris native free and clear recordings of the Paris métro stop names + Paris subway maps + tips on how to ride the Parisian subway. [Read More...]
Are cities in French feminine or masculine? Most French cities don't have an article, but when you use an adjective, should it be masculine or feminine: "Paris est beau" or "Paris est belle" ? [Read More...]
To translate "to feel" in French, students often go to the verb "(se) sentir". And most of the time, it doesn't work. Why? Because English uses "to feel" in expressions where French would use a totally different verb... [Read More...]