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French Vocabulary: Music & Dance (La musique et la danse)

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 [symple_highlight color=”green”]Reading time: 1 minute[/symple_highlight] Studying the French language and culture will never be complete without getting exposed to its music. From the musical shows to types of music, instrument, and dance, this useful list of vocabulary will help you navigate your way through the wonderful French  music… or at least give you an idea of what […]

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French Vocabulary List: Accommodations and Hotels

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[symple_highlight color=”green”]Reading time: 1 minute[/symple_highlight][symple_highlight color=”green”]Difficulty: Beginner- Intermediate[/symple_highlight]Planning to take a trip to a French-speaking destination soon? If so, this list of vocabulary related to hotels and accommodations should come in handy. If not, then it’s still a cool list of words to get yourself familiarized with.From the different types of accommodations to the amenities […]

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French Vocabulary: Weather and Seasons (La météo et les saisons)

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[symple_highlight color=”green”]Reading time: 2 minutes[/symple_highlight] [symple_highlight color=”green”]Difficulty: Beginner- Intermediate [/symple_highlight] Ah, the weather. The number one go-to (and no brainer) conversation starter for everybody everywhere. How many times has it saved a hapless, speechless conversationalist break a monotonous silence? Whether you’re worming your way into an awesome conversation or just genuinely interested to know how to say weather-related things, […]

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French Home Vocabulary: 27 Words to Help You Find Your Way Around the House

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[symple_highlight color=”green”]Reading time: 1 minute[/symple_highlight] [symple_highlight color=”green”]Difficulty: Beginner-Intermediate[/symple_highlight] Bonjour!  For this set of vocabulary words, we give you the different parts of the house (la maison). From the different rooms to the kitchen, the dining area, the garage, and everywhere else, know your way around the house with this nifty little list.Save the PDF format of this list […]

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French Vocabulary: 45 Words to Express Your Daily Routine

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So… what exactly did you do today? Did you take a shower, get dressed, go to work, go to a party, meet friends, go home, and sleep? What’s your daily routine like? In this article, we listed down French daily routine vocabulary to help you say all of those in French. Covering the basic things we […]

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French Vocabulary: Health and Hygiene

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[symple_highlight color=”green”]Reading time: 2 minutes[/symple_highlight] [symple_highlight color=”green”]Difficulty: Beginner – Intermediate[/symple_highlight] Hygiene plays a huge part in caring for oneself. This list contains French words and expressions which are used in relation to health and hygiene. You can use these to ask for services from salons and spas, but you can also simply add these terms to your expanding French […]

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French Vocabulary: Occupations et professions (Occupations and professions)

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Learn to say in French all sorts of professions and occupations from the differenttypes of field. Here is a list of words that you can add to your French vocabulary.

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33 French Vocabulary to Express “Attitudes” (Les Attitudes)

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 [symple_highlight color=”green”]Reading Time: 2 minutes[/symple_highlight] [symple_highlight color=”green”]Level: Intermediate[/symple_highlight] Grow your French vocabulary by studying the words on feelings, thoughts, mindsets, manners and attitudes. The sooner you start, the better. An awesome goal is to pick up a couple of nouns and adjectives each day and review in 30 days. Start slow and gradually increase the number […]

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French Vocabulary Not Learned In School: Slang Greetings

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 [symple_highlight color=”green”]Reading Time: 2 minutes[/symple_highlight] [symple_highlight color=”green”]Difficulty: Intermediate- Advanced Level[/symple_highlight] A cool fact!  French is the national language of the United Nations and is the second most commonly taught foreign language, after English. When studying to be fluent in French, master these common greetings to shape your conversational proficiencies. Almost everybody who speaks French uses the subsequent […]

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French vocabulary: Family/ friends

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 [symple_highlight color=”green”]Level : Beginner [/symple_highlight] [symple_highlight color=”green”]Reading time: 2 minutes[/symple_highlight] When do you use “la” and “le” in describing family and friends? It may be confusing at first but it really is as simple as ABC. “La” is used when the subject is female and “le” is used when the subject is male. The hip hop American slang “boo” […]

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French vocab: L’apparence et les conditions physiques (Physical appearance and conditions)

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 [symple_highlight color=”green”]Level : Beginner [/symple_highlight] [symple_highlight color=”green”]Reading time: 2 minutes[/symple_highlight] How do you call the nose, the hair, eyes, and other body parts in French? And what are some ways to describe it? Let’s review the basic list in this super easy vocabulary article! 

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