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French Cheese Etiquette: How to Enjoy Cheese like the French

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It’s safe to say that the French have a love affair with their cheese. Cheese plays such an important part of French culinary culture – that it’s hard for them to imagine life without it. It’s estimated that 96 percent of French people eat cheese, and almost half of them eat it daily. There are so […]

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A Quick Guide to French Table Etiquette

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France is world-famous for its cuisine and fine wines. Whether you’re dining in a restaurant or at a friend’s house, it’s important to be aware of French Table Etiquette. Being aware can help you to avoid offending your host and save you from any social faux pas. Here is a list of good French dining etiquette […]

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Basic French Vocabulary for Babies and Toddlers: Colors, Shapes, Common Objects

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It never hurts to give a young child a headstart when it comes to learning another language. The earlier children (Les enfants) and babies (Les bébés) start learning any language the easier it is for them to become bilingual, without even really trying.When teaching young children, exposing them to simple, everyday language is a must. […]

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200 True French Cognates (Vrais Amis) to Boost Your French Vocabulary

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If English is your first language, chances are you’ve been using French your entire life. And we’re not talking about common phrases such as déjà vu and au revoir – we’re referring to actual words in both languages with the same spelling and meaning!There are approximately 1,700 French cognates, many of which are identical to […]

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A Guide to Driving in France: Do’s and Don’ts

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Driving around France is a great way to see the country. Not only can you travel in your own time, but it’ll get you off the beaten track and to the more hidden areas.There are some things you need to know before driving in France, but if you come prepared there will be nothing to […]

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French Vocabulary: At the Museum or Art Gallery

So you’re a fan of les arts? We’ve got the perfect French vocabulary for visiting an art museum or gallery. Visit the world-class museums in France and use these phrases to sound like a local and get a new appreciation for art! Quick Navigation Art in FranceAt the receptionTypes of ArtDescribing artFrench Museum Vocabulary Art in […]

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A Guide to the Different Kinds of Dining Establishments in France

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France is world-famous for its cuisine and wines, so it’s no surprise that there is a very wide variety of dining establishments available to choose from. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the choices or not sure where to begin – don’t worry we’ve got you covered! Here’s a breakdown of the most common dining establishments found […]

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French Vocabulary for Online and Video Gaming

Gaming is one of the most popular trends around the world! With today’s online gameplay capabilities, it’s even possible that you’re competing with someone outside of your country.Did you know that gaming is an excellent opportunity for you to improve your language learning skills? There are tons of French vocabulary for online and video gaming. Whether […]

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French Easter Traditions: How to Celebrate Easter in France

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Joyeuses Pâques ! That’s what you’ll hear for the entire Easter weekend in France as the holiday celebrations commence. Easter in France is a festive time filled with fun for kids and symbolism of the religious significance of the holiday. There are plenty of ways to celebrate Easter in France, and it varies across different regions. […]

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How to Fake a French Accent

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The French accent is a significant way to distinguish between native speakers and those still learning the language. There are ways, however, to fake a French accent so you can fit right in with the locals. The accent is very distinct as compared to other languages – speaking with the accent also helps for improving your […]

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French Vocabulary: Names of Diseases and Ailments in French

Health and sickness are a normal part of life – most of us just hope not to get sick while on vacation. If you find yourself in France and getting sick, we have the perfect vocabulary for you to communicate with the local doctors to get you back to full health in no time!We’ll explore […]

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French vocabulary: How to Say Different Nationalities and Countries in French

Today we’ll go through French vocabulary related to countries and nationalities. This article will help you properly introduce yourself and talk about nationalities and countries in French. Quick Navigation Some Quick RemindersFrench Vocabulary: The ContinentsFrench Vocabulary: Countries & NationalitiesConclusion Some Quick RemindersHere are some other things to consider when talking about continents, countries, and nationalities […]

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