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Easter, which in French can be either masculine singular, le Pâques, or feminine plural, les Pâques, is a holiday celebrated even by many non-practicing French Christians. It features flying bells, blessed branches, and chocolate eggs. More: Learn a French word a day! Today's word is annuaire. More: French vocabulary | Daily French | How to speak French

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Five Ways to Sound More “French” Many French students remark upon their first visit to France that spoken French is very different from what they have been taught in school. Indeed, spoken and informal French make major departures from the formal way of writing and speaking that is taught in French lessons. So, if you want to “sound more French” and when you speak, follow these five tips to better understand the language when it’s spoken and to add some fluency, richness, and a certain je ne sais quoi cool to your own conversation.

eTools for Language Teachers: Videos Click here for a document explaining how to create your own YouTube channel.Click here for a document explaining how to download YouTube videos. 1. My YouTube videos 3. French Language Blog Image courtesy of MEIF bassinrennes This post has no political agenda, but Hillary’s announcement got me thinking. You may have learned that certain job titles are always masculine in French, regardless of whether a woman holds the position. The example I always think of is le professeur (professor/teacher). Women certainly have a history in education instruction, so why is there no feminine equivalent of this word? In informal speech, this can be remedied with prof, which can be either masculine or feminine.

French Conversation Lesson - Free French Dialogue With Shopping Looking to practice your French pronunciation? Buff up on your shopping lingo with this vocabulary-packed French dialogue.See Transcript Coucou! I'm Soraya and I'm here with - today, let's learn some French. French Dialogues: Shopping Video Transcript: French Translation Technology adds to students’ math comprehension Studies show how visual learning tools can help students understand abstract ideas By Maya T. Prabhu, Assistant Editor Read more by Maya Prabhu 10 Ways to Speak like a Legit French Speaker - Talk in French So you’ve been studying French for quite a while now, and you’re rather proud of what you’ve accomplished so far – as you should be! But sometimes, you think there’s still something lacking in your French. Like a certain je ne sais quoi perhaps that you couldn’t put your finger on, and in spite of your good grammar, you still do not feel that confident at all with conversing in French. Your French may still be a little rough in the edges – nothing that a little polishing couldn’t fix. But don’t worry. You’re not alone in this as I’ve heard this dilemma quite often.

Blog French Sports Vocabulary: 200 Football Terms and Expressions Sports is easily among the topics that people love to discuss, argue, butt heads, or bond over immediately like brothers-in-arms. Whether or not you’re in a pub in a French-speaking city, in the dining table discussing with French-speaking friends, or watching a World Cup game in your couch, French words for sports can surely come […] Continue reading Vote for Talk in French Voting is very simple.

Histoires en français avec sous-titres Upload Subscription preferences Loading... Working... French Video - French Food Dialogue Vocabulary Video Video France is known the world 'round for its cuisine -- learn how to put your French to use in a proper French restaurant.See Transcript Coucou! I'm Soraya and I'm here with - today, let's learn some French. 50 Tutorials to Help You Achieve E-Learning Awesomeness - Articulate – Word of Mouth Blog May272010 This guest blog entry was written by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks. Last week was a blast! We spent three jam-packed days at the ASTD international conference, sharing all sorts of e-learning tips & tricks to help Articulate users build awesome e-learning.

French Expressions Used in English Updated October 16, 2015. Quiz papier mâché "mashed paper" Used for art French War and Military Vocabulary Unfortunately, to follow the news in French, this bilingual French English war and military vocabulary may come in handy. War = La Guerre (not la gare) La guerre – war. Watch out for the pronunciation since I hear many students mistake “la gare” (A sound = the train station) with “la guerre” (ay sound). Peace = La Paix This weird French word ends in a silent X, and is pronounced like “pay”.

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