Mail Time! The Dos and Don'ts of Formal French Letters Not everything is for minimalists. Sparse Ikea room décor? Sure. Stand Still. Stay Silent - webcomic, page 196 14 October. 2014 Language trees for the language lovers! I've gathered pretty much all the data for this from ethnologue.com, which is an awesome well of information about language families. And if anyone finds some important language missing let me know! (Naturally most tiny languages didn't make it on the graph, aww. There's literally hundreds of them in the Indo-European family alone and I could only fit so many on this page, so most sub-1 mil. speaker languages that don't have official status somewhere got the cut.)
Best way to sign off or end an email in French: How to say "goodbye" or "cheers" or "sincerely"? - FRENCH WORD-A-DAY A shopfront in Le Panier--a quartier in Marseilles that one never wants to quitter. TODAY'S WORD: QUITTER 1. to leave, to quit 2. to give up, vacate, forsake, abandon 3. to exit 4. remove LISTEN: Hear Jean-Marc pronounce today's quote: Download wav Il faut se quitter souvent pour s'aimer toujours. We must leave each other often in order to love each other forever.A Day in a French Life by Kristi Espinasse I am fascinated with farewells (of the e-mail kind) when I'm not downright fussing over how to end my own courriels.
Fish camera online To begin with, our apologies that the transmission is shaky. Many people have racked their brains during the week and sometimes the thing already seemed “beyond hope”. The trout spawning period started on Saturday afternoon; we will go on dealing with the technical problems next week. The salmonides have started on the most important activities of the year and we will try to share their doings with all enthusiasts. We use a GoPro action camera lent to us by the GPS Estonian company, see www.prokaamera.ee (the new model has a superior image quality compared to the one used last year). This year we will hear all that is happening in the spawning river in the microphone. Common Mistakes At Writing in French by English Speakers Reading time: 15-20 minutes Difficulty: Intermediate Level Are you making some silly mistakes at writing in French? Then you should definitely check out this article! After the awesome reaction from the first blog post (you can check it out here) and you still want to improve your writing in French, take a look of these 3 NEW examples below. I asked some French learners via my newsletter and facebook to write an essay and I just corrected it. You will find the original version, the corrected version AND I record it so you can practice your listening and pronunciation as well (I will do later in the coming week).
How to write a letter or e-mail in French: closing formulae Following on in our look at how to write a letter in French, here is some vocabulary useful in writing a business letter or e-mail. Suggest a change / proposez une modification See also See the section on letter closures for more information on formal and informal ways of signing off a letter in French. You may also be interested in: types of business in French