Another silly joke with French English vocabulary at the end.
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. And yet many of us can still sing along to new songs – and remember the words!
Can you find the English equivalent of these ‘faux amis’?
In Spring 1905, Henri Matisse landed in Collioure, searching for light and a new style of painting. His unconventional use of colour provoked an outrage and sparked a new artistic movement: Fauvism.
Test Your French with a French Joke. Un canard entre dans une épicerie et demande au patron: “Vous avez de la nourriture pour canards ?” Le patron répond «Nous n’en avons pas. Ici nous vendons de la nourriture pour les gens. »
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!
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!!
Test Your French: Et Dieu créa Adam et Eve. A short story with French/English vocabulary at the end to help you to improve your French.
Coup has several meanings….. “hit,” “blow,” “strike” but combine it with another word and it can change completely.
Here are just a few..
Many a Bac (equivalent of A-Levels) student has quivered at the sight of Victor Hugo’s name on the test paper… how will you fare with this 19th century poem?