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Le blog de Frenchteacher - Bienvenue sur mon blog ! Je suis professeur de Français depuis 15 ans et j'adore la culture française. Les Français se plaignent tout le temps ; du temps, de la politique, de l'économie. Quel dommage ! Notre pays est magnifique.
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A bit of French conversation about Aix-en-Provence Published on Tuesday 9th of February 2016 by Valerie As the French Ignition trip to Aix-en-Provence is approaching, how about finding out a bit more about the place? Let’s start with a bit of geography and history. Aix-en-Provence is 33km from Marseille and surrounded by the Trevaresse mountain range in the West and the famous montagne Sainte Victoire in the east, immortalised by Cezanne’s painting. Various rivers cross the region from West to East which has earned Aix-en-Provence its reputation as a thermal resort. Like many place in the south, one of the main advantages (especially if you’re from Glasgow!) The town itself was founded in 122BC by the Roman consul Gaius Sextius Calvinus and given the name ‘Aquae Sextiae’ (Sextus’ waters). If history is your thing, and even if it’s not, Aix-en-Provence won’t disappoint you. La Famille Belier, the film at the centre of last year’s every French conversation Read More » French conversation over a festive table Read More » Read More » Read More »

T'enseignes-tu (Le FLE) ? Mardi gras! | Frenchified Mardi gras! by heather@lovebugsphotography.com | Mar 4, 2014 | Culture | 0 comments by Column Five Media. Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. Embed the above image on your site Submit a Comment Your email address will not be published. You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""><abbr title=""><acronym title=""><b><blockquote cite=""><cite><code><del datetime=""><em><i><q cite=""><s><strike><strong> Product Categories Cart No products in the cart.

Le futur För att tala om framtid på franska kan man göra på olika sätt. Det första man brukar lära sig är futur composé, en sammansatt form med ett hjälpverb och ett verb i infinitiv (grundform). Man tar först presens av verbet aller och därefter infinitiv av det verb man vill använda. PARLERje vais parlertu vas parleril/elle/on va parlernous allons parler (bindning mellan nous och allons)vous allez parler (bindning mellan vous och allez)ils/elles vont parler Om man vill tala om vad man skall göra lite längre fram i framtiden använder man hellre en annan form, som kallas futur simple (enkel futurum). Ändelserna läggs direkt efter det sista R:et i verbets grundform. Några vanliga oregelbundna verb är bra att kunna. ÊTRE → je seraiAVOIR → j'auraiALLER → j'iraiSAVOIR → je sauraiPOUVOIR → je pourraiVOULOIR → je voudraiSURVIVRE → je survivrai

untitled "You have been a fantastic teacher and a friend. My move to France would have been positively awful had I not had such a wonderful tuition by you. You are truly an energetic, interesting person who makes people at ease and comfortable in your company. Thank you for everything, Nikki. "Vanessa is an excellent teacher who makes lessons interesting and fun. "Vanessa, I just wanted to let you know how the exam [To enter the business school INSEAD in Fontainebleau went and to thank you for your wonderful teaching. "Vanessa is a brilliant teacher! "I've really enjoyed the lessons so far. What Is Really Polite and Impolite at the French Table Home > Blog > What Is Really Polite and Impolite at the French Table What are the French table Do's and Don'ts? Did you know that having your hands under the table, or drinking before everybody does, or even spreading your cheese over a piece of bread were considered bad manners in France? In this article, I'll go over what is considered really polite - and really impolite - at the French table. The French are very strict when it comes to table manners. To know more about French table politeness, as how to eat cheese, how to use your bread, how to pass food around the table, where to place your hands, how to use your silverware in France, how to comment on French food etc… I encourage you to click on the links at the end of this article to read my detailed articles – with French vocabulary. Bad French Table Manners Are… Read this post to see how Steve, one of my American students by skype visiting France, got in trouble over French table manners… Liked This French Post?

La classe de français litterature - Le blog de frenchteacher Ce matin, curieuse, j'ai voulu savoir quels étaient les livres préférés des Français. J'ai trouvé cette liste un peu vieille, elle date de 2004, mais néammoins intéressante. Apparemment, elle a pas mal circulé sur les blogs et sites Internet et provoqué des discussions, signe qu'il y a de quoi dire à la lecture de cette liste ! Cette liste est le résultat d'un sondage de la Sofres auprès de 2000 personnes pour la SCNF et le magazine Lire, donc on peut la supposer sérieuse. Il y a des choses qui me surprennent et qui vous surprendront, j'en suis sûre (à commencer par la Bible en tête de liste... Pour ma part, il y a effectivement mes livres préférés dans cette liste, excepté "le Prophète", de Khalil Gibran. Le grand jeu, bien sûr, est de compter combien vous en avez lu ! Et vu que cette liste a été faite en 2004, peut-on vous demander quels livres vous ajouteriez pour les dix dernières années ? 1 La Bible

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