Améliorez votre anglais avec des exercises pratiques et/ou drôles
One of the world’s first real ‘department stores’ was ‘Au Bon Marché’ in Paris, designed by Gustav Eiffel.
Hands up if the vocabulary and acronyms associated with the French Education System leave you standing outside the classroom door! Your neighbour’s grandson ‘va redoubler’. What a clever girl his sister must be, going to college at just 11 years old. And what on earth is BAC + 3?
Test Your French. Good to see that the Gendarmerie des Pyrénées-Orientales have a sense of humour.
Expression : Ménager la chèvre et le chou – to try and please everyone (S’arranger pour ne déplaire à aucun protagoniste)
Useful Vocabulary Les vagues – waves La houle – swell Une marée basse/haute – low/high tide Les moutons – white horses Le littoral – coastline Les algues – seaweed Une bouée – rubber ring Un seau — bucket Une pelle — shovel Un râteau — rake Un coup de soleil – sunburn…..
Heading for the beach or the ski slopes? Out on the town? Holidays ahead? Here are a few cheesy pick up lines to try out on unsuspecting victims high on sea, snow and sunshine…but don’t blame me if you get a slap!!
Use the vocabulary below to help you to fill in the blanks on these seven Rules of Life that we would all do well to observe!