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French Phrases for Travel: Speak French at Airports and on Planes

French Phrases for Travel: Speak French at Airports and on Planes

Travelling to France by air can be an exciting adventure, but it also comes with its own  challenge when it comes to the language barrier. Whether you’re a novice traveler or a seasoned flyer, mastering key French travel phrases can significantly enhance your travel...
Making Small Talk in French About the Weather

Making Small Talk in French About the Weather

Small talk about the weather is a universal icebreaker. For learners of French at the beginner level, discussing the weather is not only practical but also gives you the chance to practice your vocabulary and conversational skills. To keep it simple I’ve listed 30...
How to correctly say Moet et Chandon

How to correctly say Moet et Chandon

Today, let’s embark on a delightful journey to the heart of France’s Champagne region, a place where the clink of glasses echoes the rich history and savoir-faire of the world’s most celebrated sparkling wine.  And what better way to start our...
How to Write Christmas Cards in French

How to Write Christmas Cards in French

As the Christmas decorations appear everywhere, we know it’s that magical time of the year again – Christmas! In French we call it ‘Noël’. In France, Noël is also a time for heartfelt connections, expressed beautifully through the tradition of sending Christmas...
French Restaurant Phrases for All Language Levels

French Restaurant Phrases for All Language Levels

Whether you’re planning a trip to France or simply want to impress your friends at a local French restaurant, knowing some key French phrases for dining out is essential. Here I will take you through a range of phrases, sorted by difficulty level, from A1...
How to say US state and city names in French

How to say US state and city names in French

If you are from the United States, it’s not always easy to know how to say it in French if you want to share more details than ‘Je viens des Etats-Unis’ (I come from the US) or ‘J’habite aux Etats-Unis’ (I live in the US). When you tell someone where you live or where...