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Voyages

FLE (French as a Foreign Language) resources: a photo
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FLE (French as a Foreign Language) resources: a photo

This lesson plan will allow you to work more specifically on reflexive verbs and logical and chronological connectors.

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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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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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To have a shaved head (
B2

To have a shaved head ("Avoir la boule à zero", literally "To have the ball at zero")

At your age do you have a shaved head? On would say a "Beatle" from the old days, open-top...

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Idiomatic expressions A2
B1

Idiomatic expressions A2

Thanks to Patrick MOYA for these illustrations that put a little color in the exercises of Bonjour de France!

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Stand someone up
B1

Stand someone up

An idiom, "Poser un lapin" (literally "to place a rabbit", meaning "standing someone up"). Bonjour de France doesn't "place you a rabbit"... Turn quic...

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The French Flag, B1
B1

The French Flag, B1

Another symbol, the French Republic flag. It flutters and proudly moves around on top of every public building.

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Civilization B2: Guillelmus Apollinaris, French poet
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Civilization B2: Guillelmus Apollinaris, French poet

Guillaume Apollinaire, do you know him? He writes: "My glass was broken as a burst of laughter", that is a good start, isn't it?

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French civilization: a woman out of the ordinary
B2

French civilization: a woman out of the ordinary

Do you know Alexandra David-Neel? Here is the portrait of an amazing woman born in 1868. Read it quickly, it's exciting!

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