Some French Halloween vocabulary…and some really bad French Halloween jokes.
Actions speak louder than words so good luck with this French idioms quiz, look out for the next one coming soon…and break a leg!
At the end of WW2I, the BBC used the opening lines of this poem to signal the start of D-Day operations.
Last year, out of 170 new words to be added to the French dictionary, a large number of them were Covid related.
The horrifying terror attacks on Israel last weekend bring back to mind the tragedy of Paris, Friday 13 November 2015…..
UPDATED WITH MORE VOCABULARY The French media is full of the coronavirus, and staying informed is crucial to us all. The following vocabulary has been taken from media reports, and government information. We do hope it’s of use. Stay strong, stay, safe, stay well et bon courage.
Un médecin est convoqué devant le conseil de discipline de l’hôpital de Perpignan pour avoir insulté une infirmière.
Del Boy Trotter, wheeler, dealer, charmer….and linguist!!! ???? We take a look back at his own special brand of the French language!
Possessive adjectives are used to show ownership of objects and relationships between people. Do you know yours?
Test your French with a giggle: le gendarme à la ferme. See if you can understand what happens when the gendarme gets too big for his boots at the farm