FLE exercises

Idiomatic Expressions

Bonjour de France vous invite à découvrir la signification socio-culturelle et historique de nombreuses expressions idiomatiques dites aussi « expressions de la sagesse populaire ». Cette rubrique vous propose différents exercices de choix multiple afin de tester votre compréhension. Une explication simple et illustrée est également à votre disposition.

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N° 30 - 865 Idiomatic Expressions / Intermediate level 2015-11-26 21:04:26

» French expressions associated with the word 'science'

Hard sciences, soft sciences, occult sciences, we can talk about it, right? Well, that's exactly what I did with my friend regarding clairvoyance.

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N° 28 - 825 Idiomatic Expressions / Advanced level 2015-11-26 21:01:36

» Idiomatic expressions: body parts (the language)

An idiom or idiomatic expression is a particular expression in a language that doesn't necessarily have a literal equivalent in other languages.

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N° 24 - 605 Idiomatic Expressions / Autonomous level 2015-11-26 20:45:26

» Idioms with colours

Make your own colour-rich glossary using the following exercises.

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N° 21 - 530 Idiomatic Expressions / Advanced level 2015-11-26 20:40:52

» French expressions with the word 'hat' (chapeau)

Bonjour de France invites you to learn French idiomatic expressions involving the word "chapeau" (hat).

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N° 21 - 527 Idiomatic Expressions / Advanced level 2015-11-26 20:40:33

» Idiomatic expressions with the word 'head' (tête)

An exercise created by Graciela Gerendi. Idiomatic expressions containing the word "head".

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N° 21 - 521 Idiomatic Expressions / Advanced level 2015-11-26 20:40:03

» Expressions with the word 'thread'

Exercise brought by Graciela Gerendi. Idiomatic expressions containing the word thread.

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N° 18 - 396 Idiomatic Expressions / Expert level 2015-11-26 20:33:42

» To make a mountain out of a molehill ("Se noyer dans un verre d'eau", literally "To drown in a glass of water")

Look at the little guy, he drowns in a glass of water!

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N° 18 - 395 Idiomatic Expressions / Expert level 2015-11-26 20:33:41

» The straw that broke the camel's back ("La goutte d’eau qui fait déborder le vase", literally "The drop of water that overflows the vase")

Carefully observe the image and try to find the meaning of the very common French expression.

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