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The 25 Most Useful French Phrases I Learned While Studying in France

Maurine Dashney ~ The 25 Most Useful French Phrases Learned While Studying in France

A new article: 10 Great French Novels to Learn French. + I shared some few ways that you can make reading in French easier. http://www.talkinfrench.com/great-french-novel-learn/ Don't hesitate to share

10 Great French Novels to Learn French for All Levels

A new article: 10 Great French Novels to Learn French. I shared some few ways that you can make reading in French easier. Don't hesitate to share

Learn 50 Casual, Everyday French Phrases You Oughta Know. Example: Quoi de neuf? What's new? Super Useful for French Learners. (+a PDF bonus). http://www.talkinfrench.com/50-common-french-phrases/ Do not hesitate to repin

50 Common French Phrases Every French Learner Should Know

Learn 50 Casual, Everyday French Phrases You Oughta Know. Super Useful for French Learners. (+a PDF bonus).

A new article: I really like #1, #5 and #7. I also tried to explain how to watch these TV series in your country. https://www.talkinfrench.com/best-french-tv-series/ Do not hesitate to share.

The 15 Best TV Series to Learn French for All Levels

Watching foreign films or television series are both excellent ways to help you learn French.

How to speak French, the French way! Learn some new French expressions today! The French language is so cool!

The 20+ funniest French expressions (and how to use them)

How to speak French, the French way! Learn some new French expressions today! The French language is so cool! Won't be teaching all of these to middle years kids but some.

"French wasn’t her first language. Yet it was her favorite. She learned it when she was little and soon the soft words and gentle sounds were a comforting thing. One day she longed to visit France...where her mother’s family came from. " #Learn #Spanish

"French wasn’t her first language. Yet it was her favorite. She learned it when she was little and soon the soft words and gentle sounds were a comforting thing. One day she longed to visit France.where her mother’s family came from.

Le calendrier Exemple : Aujourd’hui, c’est le 12 janvier 2015. https://www.educationallearningmats.co.uk

French Essentials: The Calendar – Mat 2 · Help with learning French – days in a month, days of the week, months of the year, years, and other useful words and phrases for Key Stage 2 & 3 (age 7 to · The simple rules and phrases for describin


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Here’s a list of the best French comics to get you learning French the fun way! For beginners all the way through to advanced language learners. + I shared a list of bilingual webcomics available online, completely free! Yup! Free! https://www.talkinfrench.com/french-comics-learn-french/ Do not hesitate to share

15 Great French Comics to Learn French

For language learners, reading a long text or book can be incredibly scary; it’s a wall of words, making you feel overwhelmed.

A little French pronunciation. I used to do this in French class, ha ha.

French Greetings - How to say "Hello", "Please" and "Thank you" in French. Learn French at the eFrench Cafe www.

French Numbers (1)  -  How to stay sober and order less than 20 baguettes - French, French and un petit peu plus de #French

French Numbers - How to stay sober and order less than 20 baguettes - French, French and un petit peu plus de

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

Learn French: Your 21-Day Guide on How to Make Listening a Habit

45 Words to express your Daily Routine in French (with MP3!) http://www.talkinfrench.com/french-vocab-daily-routine/ Do not hesitate to share

French Vocabulary: 45 Words to Express Your Daily Routine

French Vocabulary: What exactly did you do today? Did you take a shower, go to work, meet friends, go home. This vocabulary list will tell you how to say all that in French.

Vous souhaitez apprendre comment dire au revoir en anglais ? Avez-vous pensé à effectuer un séjour linguistique ? http://www.voyage-langue.com                                                                                                                                                      More

"Goodbyes" in french

Saying good-bye in French. Because it is no good to repeat the same thing the other person said. The French hate repetition.

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