An idiom or idiomatic expression is a particular expression in a language that doesn't necessarily have a literal equivalent in other languages.
Bonjour de France invites you to discover the socio-cultural and historical significance of many idiomatic expressions also called « expressions of popular wisdom » . This section offers you multiple choice exercises to test your understanding. A simple and illustrated explanation is also available.Beginner - A1 Intermediate - A2 Autonomous - B1 Advanced - B2 Expert - C1
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Popular wisdom can be expressed by proverbs, sayings and idiomatic expressions.
If you understand everything and if you are capable of expressing yourself perfectly in French Bonjour de France invites you will "take the bread out...
Patrick MOYA "is on top of his game", look at the beautiful illustrations he made for Bonjour de France.
To learn a foreign language and to master it you must "have multiple strings to your bow".
"Don't look for the little beast", yes, there are exercises after this idiom explanation!
It's time to "put one's shoulder to the wheel" if you want to succeed the DELF!