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Quiz: How Many of these French Dishes Do You Know?

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Put your knowledge of French cuisine to the test by taking this quiz about French food. 

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Quiz: Which Region in France Fits You Perfectly?

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Whether you’re deciding to move to France or you simply want to know what French region to visit, take this quiz to find out which part of France is perfectly suited for you.

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Can You Use Music to Learn French?

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This is a common question raised by language learners—is music a good way to learn a language? To be honest, I’m not the biggest fan of using music as a way to learn French. Musicians often take shortcuts liberally, making words blend together and alter individual word sounds more than necessary. This could make it […]

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QUIZ: Are You A Real French History Buff?

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Fancy yourself a french history enthusiast? Let’s put that claim to the test with this quiz!

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A Learner’s Guide to French Cinema

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Can you really use French movies to learn French? My answer is a resounding oui ! This guide will teach you some tips on how you can effectively use French movies to improve your French and point you to a lot of good French movie recommendations. If you’re serious about learning French, you would want […]

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Witty French Puns to Take Your French to the Next Level

As Alfred Hitchcock once said, « puns are the highest form of literature ». In French, this witty play on words is called “calembour” and it takes a certain level of expertise in the language to be able to pull it off. Calembours make use of homophony (words that sound the same) to inject humour […]

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Must-try French Specialties from Every Region of France

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France has so many types of cheese, wine, and specialties from all over the French regions that it’s hard to keep up! Where do you go to try the ratatouille… or the famous frog legs, if you’re feeling adventurous? Don’t fret, I prepared a culinary Tour de France for you to enjoy. I even added […]

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Your French-obsessed Friends

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Do you need ideas on what to give someone who is crazy about France and anything French? Whether it’s for a friend, family, a special someone, or even for yourself, here’s a list of 15 delightful gifts any self-confessed francophile would truly enjoy. Gifts for foodies Oyster knife When the winter months roll in and oysters […]

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French Podcast Ep# 17: Les blagues (French Jokes)

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Have you ever found yourself wondering what kind of humor the French people have… or if indeed the French joke at all? Well, you’re in luck because today, I’m sharing with you one episode from the all-new Talk in French advanced level podcast. And the topic is all about…. Les blagues! French jokes! Yes, the […]

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How to Visit Paris with a Disability: Essential Tips

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Ah, Paris, the City of Lights and a haven for tourists… except for disabled travelers sometimes. How can guests with disabilities visit this wonderful city with its romantic cobblestone streets, underground metro and flights of stairs everywhere without it turning into a nightmare? Well actually, the city of Paris tried to make a lot of […]

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10 French Movies to Take Lessons in Style

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Many French films have achieved cult status for one reason or another, but some also made history because they launched timeless trends and style icons. Let’s do a tour of French cinema, with movies from the Nouvelle Vague and take serious lessons in style with iconic designers like Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Cardin or Coco Chanel! 1) A […]

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12 Fun Ways to Get Around In Paris

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While Paris doesn’t even come close to the biggest cities in the World, ‘size, isn’t everything’. Don’t spend time dilly-dallying, get where you need to be in a flash with Paris’ numerous transport options. 1 . Walking The easiest (and cheapest) option—walking around the Capital— is not only a great way to familiarise yourself with […]

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