Hi students! This is your fun, engaging, and slightly quirky French teacher here to talk to you about how many words there are in the French language. Spoiler alert: there are a lot of them! So if you’re looking to learn as many vocab words as possible, French is definitely the way to go. And don’t worry, I’ll be here to help you every step of the way. Vive la France !
Have you ever wondered what the secret word is to speaking like a French person? Well, wonder no more! The secret word is “put**n.” When you pronounce it correctly, it sounds just like the French do. We will see when you can use it, what it means and when you should not say it! So next time you’re in France or talking to someone from France, be sure to use this word and see if they notice the difference 😉
Welcome to my blog post on French wine vocabulary! In this post, you’ll learn the basics of how to describe wines in French. This is a great skill to have if you’re planning on traveling to France, or if you want to impress your friends at your next wine tasting party! So without further ado, let’s dive into the world of French wine terminology.
À votre santé! (Cheers!)
Your body is a temple, so it’s important to understand all the different parts that make it up. While you might not need to know the French words for every single muscle, tendon, and bone, it’s still beneficial to learn some of the more common terms. That way, if you ever have to see a doctor or physical therapist in France, you’ll be able to communicate your symptoms more effectively.
Do you know what “verlan” is? It’s a type of French that uses the inverse order of the words. For example, “parler” (to speak) becomes “lerpa”. It can be confusing for students at first, because it feels like you’re speaking an entirely different language! In reality, however, verlan is simply a way of speaking Standard French in a more informal way. And despite what some people may think, the French really do use verlan! So if you want to fit in with the locals while you’re in France, be sure to learn a few phrases in verlan!