Advanced - B2

FLE exercises

You understand the essential content of concrete or abstract subjects in a complex text, including a technical discussion in your specialty. You communicate with a degree of spontaneity and fluency such that a conversation with a native speaker does not with tension neither for one nor the other. You can express yourself clearly and in detail on a wide range of topics, give an opinion on a topical subject and explain the advantages and disadvantages of different possibilities.

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The job of director of photography
B2

The job of director of photography

Bonjour de France invites you to follow Pauline, 29 years old, director of photography in Paris, to discover the careers in cinema.

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The job of a scriptwriter
B2

The job of a scriptwriter

Bonjour de France invites you to get to know better the careers in cinema and the vocabulary of the 7th art.

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To have doubts (
B2

To have doubts ("Avoir la puce à l'oreille", literally "Having a flea in the ear")

Popular wisdom can be expressed by proverbs, sayings and idiomatic expressions.

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To take food out of people's hands (
B2

To take food out of people's hands ("Enveler le pain de la bouche", literally "To take the bread out of the mouth")

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...

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To be on top of one's game (
B2

To be on top of one's game ("Être au sommet de son art", literally "To be at the summit of one's art")

Patrick MOYA "is on top of his game", look at the beautiful illustrations he made for Bonjour de France.

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Nitpicking (
B2

Nitpicking ("Chercher la petite bête", literally "To look for the little beast")

"Don't look for the little beast", yes, there are exercises after this idiom explanation!

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To be a nasty piece of work (
B2

To be a nasty piece of work ("Une peau de vache", literally "A cowskin")

Do you know the song by Georges BRASSENS "Une jolie fleur dans une peau de vache" ("A pretty flower in a cowskin")? Bonjour de France advises you to g...

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