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Voyages

The past conditional
B2

The past conditional

Bonjour de France offers you a summary of two high-profile cases in 2012 using the past conditional.

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Understanding a text: Inès' first sixth grade day
A2

Understanding a text: Inès' first sixth grade day

Practice your reading comprehension through the testimony of a young girl who is starting the sixth grade.

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French exercise: To work without going to work...!!
B2

French exercise: To work without going to work...!!

How does the work culture in France interact with new forms such a working from a distance or teleworking?

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Conditional in French
B1

Conditional in French

Come put in practice your knowledge of the past conditional... a tense very poorly appreciated by students!

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The conditional tense, giving advice
A2

The conditional tense, giving advice

The conditional is a very important tense that allows you to express different things such as advice or desires.

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Getting to know a new student
A1

Getting to know a new student

You come to study in France. The first contacts are stressful so train yourself!

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Understanding a friend's e-mail
A1

Understanding a friend's e-mail

Test your comprehension in this reading exercise about a e-mail from a friend.

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Talking about our food intake
A1

Talking about our food intake

This exercise gives you some tools that can help you speak about your food intake.

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Write a culinary critique
B2

Write a culinary critique

Give your impressions on your culinary experience!

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To laugh one's head off (
C1

To laugh one's head off ("Rire comme une baleine", literally "to laugh like a whale")

Yesterday evening at the movies "we laughed like whales" from start to finish! So, "to laugh like a whale" means...

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French Gastronomy
B1

French Gastronomy

French Gastronomy has been listed as part of the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.

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