There are loads of different ways of improving your French. .
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Why not have a go at singing the French version?
If the language barrier leaves you looking more like Olive Oyl than Oliva Newton John when you visit the hairdressers, pop eye, I mean pop in to see Samantha, English speaking hairdresser.
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.
There are loads of different ways of improving your French. We all learn differently, and as we grow older, one of the greatest blocks to learning is memory – yet many of us can still sing along, word perfect, to all the old songs.
The Brits may have a bit of a boozy reputation but did you know that the French have a long tradition of rowdy toasts with body parts?
Useful vocabulary to help you through the festive period
…………. card – une carte de Noël
…………. day – le jour de Noël
…………. dinner – le Réveillon
…………. tree – le sapin
In these days of Email, Facebook and Instagram, many of us have relaxed our formal writing style – in many cases little TOO much.
Expression : Ménager la chèvre et le chou – to try and please everyone (S’arranger pour ne déplaire à aucun protagoniste)
Test your French and have a bit of a giggle at the same time!