The French and their love of coffee

You know that coffee is a big deal in France, right? Well, I was having a conversation with some of my French friends the other day and I got to thinking about why exactly that is. After all, coffee isn’t the only drink that people can get caffeine from. So what makes coffee so special in France? In this blog post, I’m going to share my thoughts on the matter. Stay tuned!

Café au lait, café crème, café noir. Do any of these sound familiar? These are all types of coffee that can be found in France. What may not be so familiar to some is the way that French people drink their coffee. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the different ways that French people enjoy their coffee, whether it’s at a café or at home. So pour yourself a cup and join us as we explore the world of French coffee!

French Gastronomy

If there's one thing I've learned in my years of teaching French, it's that the French know how to eat. They take their time with meals, savoring each bite and enjoying good conversation with friends and family. If you're looking to emulate their dining habits, here are a few tips to get you started.

When it comes to food, the French know how to do things right. From baguettes and cheese to wine and dessert, the French have mastered the art of cuisine. So what is their secret? How do they eat so well? In this blog post, we’ll show you how to eat like a French person – and enjoy some of the best food in the world!
Bon appétit !

French Bastille Day: July 14th

Hey students! Do you know what day it is today? No, not Monday. It's Bastille Day! Also known as French National Day, this holiday celebrates the storming of the Bastille prison in Paris on July 14th, 1789. So put on your berets and striped shirts and join me in celebrating all things French! Vive la France! Et bonne fête à tous les Francais! (Happy Bastille Day to all my French-speaking friends!) 😃

Hey, students of French! (And everyone else, too!) Did you know that Bastille Day is coming up on July 14th? In case you’re not familiar with it, Bastille Day is a major French holiday that commemorates the storming of the Bastille prison in Paris back in 1789. There will be lots of celebrations going on all over France, so if you get a chance, be sure to check it out! Vive la France!

Who are the most popular French YouTubers?

Students, like people all over the world, are obsessed with YouTube. They love watching their favorite YouTubers’ videos and learning from them. But who are the most popular French YouTubers? Let’s take a look at some of the most-watched channels in France.

If you’re a French student, you’ve probably watched a lot of YouTube videos to help improve your language skills. But who are the most popular French YouTubers? And what kind of content do they produce? In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the most popular French YouTubers and discuss the type of content they produce. We’ll also give you some tips on how to improve your French by watching YouTube videos. So, without further ado, let’s get started!

Does Lily Collins speak french?

Last night, I was channel surfing and I saw that Lily Collins was on Late Night with David Letterman. Naturally, being the Lettersman fan that I am, I decided to watch. I was surprised when she started speaking in french! It turns out that she's been learning the language for her new movie, Isabelle Dans La Ville. Apparently, her co-star is also fluent in french and taught her the basics of the language on the set. This got me thinking: how many other celebrities are bilingual? And more importantly, can any of them speak french?

Every year, I have the pleasure of teaching a French class to some of the most talented and motivated students at our school. This year, one of my new students asked me if Lily Collins – actress and daughter of musician Phil Collins – could speak french. Hoping to set the record straight (and amuse my class in the process), I did a little research…

Grasse (the French city) World Capital of Perfumes

Grasse, located in the south of France, is known as the world capital of perfumes. In fact, it's no exaggeration to say that nearly every perfume on the market has at least a touch of Grasse in its scent. What makes this city so special for fragrance production? Let's take a closer look!

Grasse, located in the south of France, is known as the world capital of perfumes. In fact, many famous brands such as Chanel and Hermès have their headquarters there. But what makes Grasse so special? The city has a long history of perfume-making that dates back to the 17th century. Additionally, the climate and soil in Grasse are perfect for growing flowers like jasmine and lavender, which are used to make perfumes. If you’re interested in learning more about this charming French city, keep reading!