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Get my new eBook: French Phrasebook and Menu Reader

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For years now, France has been the number one destination for tourists. We sure know how to make our country « sexy» ! Despite its attractiveness, travelling to France is always associated with stress or at least apprehension . That’s why I created this French Phrasebook. “French Phrasebook and Menu Reader: +2000 phrases for everyday use.” Cover […]

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French Slang: Speaking the Real French (a major update)

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If you have ever been to France, you already probably know that, the French spoken in the street (or even in a movie) can be WAY different from what you learn in your textbook. If you are looking to sound more like the French themselves, your main focus should be to learn the informal words […]

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New ebook: Improving French Vocabulary

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Hello, just a quick announcement. I have just launched a BIG new ebook « Improving French Vocabulary ». This ebook was designed for French Learners who are serious about learning French. Its purpose is to enrich the vocabulary of both advanced beginners and experienced students of French. I wanted to create the most comprehensive French Vocabulary Review […]

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The Differences Between French in Québec and France

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[You can also listen to this article plus additional information in this podcast episode  here.] It can be said that Metropolitan (or Standard European) and Québec (or Canadian) French, while both rooted in early modern Classical French, are two completely distinct varieties of French. While even a non-French could correctly make this assumption, most would […]

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A 20-Day Guide on How to Make Learning French a Habit

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In my article How to Create a Habit: A Guide for Language Learners, we have already established that the best way to learn French is to create a French learning habit. But creating new habits is very difficult, and we could only make it easier by doing our 10 habit rules:Knowing your goalsSetting a reasonable […]

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Vote for Talk in French in Top 100 Language Learning Blogs 2014

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Lexiophiles.com hosts annual contest for language blogs to select the top blogs in the field of language learning. If you think what I am doing is  helpful for you, please vote for me here! It would mean a lot for us. There’s no prize or reward involved in this, but it would make me  really happy […]

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Tips on How to Memorize French Vocabulary

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Frederic’s note: This article was written by Jack Nunn, who was kind enough to share his experiences about learning French vocabulary efficiently. He explains how he does it by taking into account the specificity of the French language (the gender issue).If you have some tips about learning French and want to write about it, feel free to email […]

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Why I don’t share the pronunciation of French Words on social media?

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The number one request I get on social media (Twitter and Facebook mostly) when I share a new word is ‘Please add the phonetics’  But I don’t plan to do it; because this is the wrong way to learn French Pronunciation. I shall explain why in a moment, but first, allow me to give you two […]

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How to improve your French Quickly? Learn French with me!

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Why learning French with a tutor can be faster than a classical French Program? Struggling to improve your French? No opportunity to practice your French? Then you should consider my French Tutoring service.     The benefits of having a French tutor: Cheaper than  attending French language classes in France (As explained below) Faster way to […]

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French Pastry Culture 101

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When the gods and goddesses of pastries and desserts came down to earth, they settled down in France. With their glorious blinding presence and golden spoons and ladles, they taught the locals how to make fluffy meringues and mousses, luscious cakes, and divine crème brûlées. The result is French pastry as we know it. The […]

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Top 10 reasons how a second language may be more important than your passport…

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  Yes, you heard it right, learning a second language may be more important than your passport in more ways than one. In fact let’s give you 10. How does that sound?

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19 Awesome Conversation Starters About France

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What’s worse than being stuck in a conversation where you simply couldn’t rack your brains hard enough to come up with something brilliant to break the ice? Well, that’s right: nothing. Nothing could be more awkward or nerve-racking than just sitting there looking like an idiot. The longer the silence, the sweatier your palms get, […]

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