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The symbols of France, Marianne
A2

The symbols of France, Marianne

Bonjour de France invites you to visualize the French Republic through the Bust of Marianne.

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Buying a movie ticket
A1

Buying a movie ticket

When you are in France, go to the cinema! But before going into the dark theatre, there's the ticket counter ritual... Anything to succeed!

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Dialog in French: a restaurant
A2

Dialog in French: a restaurant

You're eating lunch at a restaurant, the server says many times in French, "Sorry, there's no more"... Keep calm!!!

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Looking for a student accomodation
A2

Looking for a student accomodation

How do you quickly find accommodation to rent in France? Some small tools to make it easier... It's your turn to play!

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Buying a train ticket
A1

Buying a train ticket

To travel in France, it's essential to know the ways of the train company (S.N.C.F.), a true adventure!! It's worth studying the habits...

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Buying... at the bakery
A1

Buying... at the bakery

Bread, in France, is an institution!!! Baguettes, croissants, brioches, mille-feuilles... They make our mouths water!!!

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Vocabulary: accommodation
A1

Vocabulary: accommodation

Looking for accommodation? In this section you will find information, tips, and exercises to test everything!

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Role-playing: housewarming party
A2

Role-playing: housewarming party

A French tradition, the housewarming party: we invite friends, send them an invitation and prepare a good meal...

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Role-playing: weekend in France
A1

Role-playing: weekend in France

Discover the French cities, Brest, Bordeaux, Lyon, Nice and the Capital, Paris, then tell your friends...

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Understanding and analysing a poem, level B2
C1

Understanding and analysing a poem, level B2

Studying a poem by Émile Verhaeren, a Belgian poet and playwright, such joy! It's the lexical and semantic field of the city that's explored...

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The three interrogative forms...
A1

The three interrogative forms...

In French, we can ask questions in three different ways. Why make it simple when you can make it complicated? You will get there!

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Reading comprehension: One century, one list
B1

Reading comprehension: One century, one list

What's, for you, the most important object of the 21st century? After reading a list made in Prévert's way, make your choice!!!

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