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6 Stellar French Vocabulary Quizzes to Have You Speaking Like a Parisian

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You’re up late watching your favorite French flick.

All of a sudden, you hear that familiar ping from your phone.

Your date from last week just slid into your messages, asking how you’re doing.

You’re about two notches better

French Lessons for Beginners: 5 Fantastic Ways to Start Studying French

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Starting French lessons as a beginner can be a lot like dishing out that first slice of pie.

You want it to be picture-perfect.

You slice precisely. You carefully lift your pâtisserie (baking) masterpiece from the pie dish.

…and then, …

Learn French for Free Online: 13 Must-try Activities and Resources

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A good friend of mine often says, “Nothing’s ever free.”

He usually says this when I’m trying to use all my reward points to get a free vacation. Or when I try to negotiate at the thrift store to pay …

10 French Love Songs for the Lovelorn, Romantic and Dramatic

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Love comes in many forms.

Requited, unrequited, painful, familiar.

Ill-advised, scandalous, messy.

There’s even the kind of love that causes you to make impractical and questionable life choices.

Songs in French are great for all those moods.

The truth is, …

10 Fabulous French Festivals You Don’t Want to Miss

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Imagine strolling down a street in Paris or on an avenue alongside the French Riviera.

The sun is shining and you’re surrounded by hundreds if not thousands of smiling faces. Excitement pulses through the air. You hear laughter and happy …

The Top French Level Tests in 2020 for Students, Teachers, Translators and Visa Seekers

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What if I told you that your French could make you money, get you into a great university or even allow you to live and work in another country?

You might think I’m crazy, but your French is valuable

How to Learn French and German at the Same Time: Tips, Resources and More



Hawaiian pizza.

The (in)famous British “crisp sandwich,” which, yes, is essentially potatoes between bread.

The idea of learning French and German together might incite reactions similar to those provoked by the above food combinations.

For example, “Why …