Author Archive | Camille Turner

Where to Find the Best French Music Streaming Now on Spotify

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Look, “La Vie en Rose” is great.

But it shouldn’t be the only French song you know.

To learn up-to-date French language and culture, you should fill your headphones with the latest French music hits.

Spotify is the perfect

The 10 Best French Romantic Movies That Aren’t “Amélie”

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Picking pink French roses, sipping bubbly champagne, fastening a “love lock” on the Pont des Arts by the River Seine…

France has become synonymous with all things romance.

It’s no wonder that French is known as one of the languages

These French Memory Games Will Make You Actually Want to Study Vocab

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“A man should keep his little brain attic stocked with all the furniture that he is likely to use, and the rest he can put away in the lumber-room of his library where he can get it if he wants.”

Where to Find the Best French Conversation Groups in NYC and Start Talking Now

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The city that never sleeps.

The Big Apple.

Concrete jungle where your French dreams are made of.

Yes, French!

You know that New York City has long been a place to experience other cultures and languages, French one of the …

The One-stop Guide to French Learning Programs in Lille: Cost, Classes, Accommodation and More

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Picture yourself enjoying fresh pastries beside a beautiful fountain.

The old streets are lined with tents selling macarons, jewelry and homemade jams. You know just how to negotiate prices with the vendors in French.

You get up and stroll to …

Bonne Année! 34 French Phrases for Your Happy New Year Celebrations

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3, 2, 1, happy New Year!

Sparkling wine, glamorous parties, midnight kisses…

It’s not hard to see why the New Year is one of the most widely celebrated holidays around the world.

And while you’re looking ahead to a new …

How Do I Know When to Use Bon vs. Bien? Just Use These Templates

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Does French seriously need two words for “good?”

Why should we have to worry about bon vs. bien if they mean practically the same thing?

Before you get all grumpy about it, you should know that English isn’t much