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How to Pronounce Difficult Words in French: Part 2


Welcome to the second part of this series of articles about the most difficult French words to pronounce. We asked the Talk in French community what are the French words that they are having a hard time saying… And here are the results. If you haven’t seen it yet, there is also a part 1 […]

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How to Pronounce Difficult Words in French: Part 1


One of the most difficult things non-French speakers all agree on when learning French is the pronunciation. You’ll often hear French learners grumbling about: how to pronounce the letter u’s and the r’s, how to let the French words roll off the tongue without sounding funny, and how to say certain French words that almost […]

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The Quick Guide to Making Small Talk in French


  Small talk is the polite (sometimes dreadfully awkward) conversation usually shared between people who are strangers or mere acquaintances. Though it may sound simple enough, it’s not as easy to pull off as one would think, with some people claiming that there is a special “art” to it. But whether you’re fond of it […]

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French for Parents 101: Baby Talk, Vocabulary Lists (+ Tips!)

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Are you planning to raise a bilingual child? Are you moving to a French-speaking area and want to be able to talk to your kids in French? Or maybe you aren’t really a parent yourself but you spend a lot of time with french children or their parents? No matter what your reasons may be, […]

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French Vocabulary for Vegans and Vegetarians


French cuisine is all about lots of lusciously meaty dishes. What would you expect from the land that birthed steak tartare, foie gras and hearty meat stews like boeuf bourguignon and cassoulet? But alas, if you have turned away from eating meat and embraced vegetarianism or veganism due to one reason or another, don’t worry, you […]

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80 French Terms of Endearment to Call your Loved Ones

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 Looking for something else to call your loved ones beside the usual nicknames like sweetie, honey, darling or sweetheart?Then perhaps we can interest you with their French counterparts. This article lists down 80 French terms of endearment for the special man, woman, or little child in your life. Not only are French words considered by many […]

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77 Romantic French Words and Phrases to Melt Your Lover’s Heart

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French is often considered as the language of love and romance. The melodious flow of the language is enough to melt hearts everywhere… And even the most innocuous French words can knock ladies off their feet!This is totally an exaggeration, of course, but if that’s what innocent French words can do, can you imagine the impact truly […]

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36 French words and phrases related to yoga


    Heads up, yoga enthusiasts! If the French language and yoga are two of your favorite things, this article is especially for you. Here are some French words and phrases that you’ll find quite helpful when doing yoga. Whether you’re in a French-speaking destination and wish to join a yoga class or simply trying […]

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French for Business Part 2: 85 French Terms Related to Business and Employment


Planning to do business in France anytime soon? Whether you’re popping in for a quick business trip or relocating to a French-speaking country for work, it’s good to brush up on French words that you might definitely come across with. If you haven’t checked it yet, you should also go over the Guide to French […]

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FRENCH IDIOMS: Top 30 Funniest Expressions Ranked By Level of Absurdity


Oh, French idioms. They can be such a bummer at times. Just when you think you already got the hang of a foreign language, idioms rear their crazy little heads and go: nah-uh! Not so fast! Imagine overhearing a French conversation that translates into something along the lines of: to arrive like a hair in the […]

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44 Useful French Words to Express Different Chores

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Aargh, doing the chores, a tedious activity in general; though I do enjoy doing the dishes as it lets my mind wander freely. Surprisingly, this is one of the most requested topics by French learners, even though it’s not something I particularly love to talk about with my friends! But of course, we still need […]

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