How do you say “it” in French?
Are you in Paris in June? This one is for you!
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Improve your speech, eliminate your accent or simply get entertained.
Do you know why there are “Easter” eggs?
Almost. Ouf! (Phew!)
Browsing online I came across a list of newly added French words. Some are pretty obvious, such as offline /uhf lie nuh/ (offline) or playboy /pla buh yuh/ (a rich man who enjoys seducing others). But others are less obvious: cagnotter /kahn yatay/: to feed a supermarket fidelity card; geekette /guee kett tuh/: girl geek; …
Appli is also sometimes referred to as simply App but pronounced differently than in English.
Today’s Bédé (B.D.: bande dessinée) is perfect for studying Future tense.
Strange new inventions by the Japanese.
Dealing with a third person.
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Some people take things a bit too literally.
Guess what it is…
Let’s wrap our minds together around this one.
If you like absurd humour, this one is for you.
Take each bédé as it comes!
Guess what it is… then find out.
What famous historic icons must have really looked like (and how to say it in French).
Collective quiver makes waves in the Arab world.
Sometimes being polite is not enough.
Are you caught in first gear and would like to go a little further, a little faster?
French agricultural fair opens in the course of scandal.