I don’t understand what they’re saying ! : Tips on improving listening comprehension

Have you ever been around native speakers and they suddenly address a question to you but you were lost in their nativeness you did not know?  Awkward silence, then move to another person.  We’re all guilty of this move! But what can we do to not relive it again? There are a few things you“I don’t understand what they’re saying ! : Tips on improving listening comprehension” 계속 읽기

Don’t hit snooze : Why breaking your language learning pattern is the enemy of progress

There’s a theory behind the snooze button: Contrary to popular belief, it does not add to your sleeping timer but instead makes you feel foggy and tired the entire day. Dozing off your regular language habits will have the same effect on your progress. It might not be on your physical health and energy but“Don’t hit snooze : Why breaking your language learning pattern is the enemy of progress” 계속 읽기

Think outside the box : Adaptability in language learning

We’ve all heard the phrase: change is the only constant in life. And the reason is simple. Whatever we do in life, we are bound to grow out of it. High school, college, your first job. You know it’s not going to be forever, so you enjoy the process and learn from it.  Now, with“Think outside the box : Adaptability in language learning” 계속 읽기

A quick tour in the famous tours of France

 The Eiffel Tower : The Eiffel Tower is the highest tower in France (324 meters), located in Paris. Its construction started in 1887 and finished in 1889 It’s one of the most tourist-attracting monuments in France (For more information about its history, you can check the article “Cultural Stop: La Tour Eiffel” on our blog)“A quick tour in the famous tours of France” 계속 읽기

Holidays in France : La joie des vacances !

We cannot deny that holidays remain a necessity for human beings. In fact holidays are a joyful moment that allows us to celebrate an important fact in our lives whether it’s with friends, family or even with strangers. As we have already mentioned in earlier articles, French people have the joy of living, and for“Holidays in France : La joie des vacances !” 계속 읽기

Where’s my pen? : Noteworthy advice from a fellow learner

Today I’m talking to you as a language learner. Not as a native speaker or a linguist. As a fellow language learner seeking mastery and fluency in a foreign language. These are tips I’ve read in books, heard on podcasts and from native speakers… Oops, have I said too much already? I think one of“Where’s my pen? : Noteworthy advice from a fellow learner” 계속 읽기

Ready, set, speak : How to go past the fear of speaking

Imagine this. You are six years old. You read a book about monsters and you are scared. You close the book and try to go to bed. But the thought of a monster jumping from under your bed is hunting you. What do you do?  Well, the usual response is either call an adult to“Ready, set, speak : How to go past the fear of speaking” 계속 읽기

Sing your way to French : the story behind “La Bohème”

To start, “La Bohème” is a way of living day to day in poverty but also in carelessness. It is both a lifestyle that rejects bourgeois domination and its rationality within the framework of industrial society, and the search for an artistic ideal. As for the song “La Bohème”, It was written by Jacques Plante,“Sing your way to French : the story behind “La Bohème”” 계속 읽기

“La lecture est une amitié” : 5 must read books for beginners

There’s an Arabic saying: « books are humans’ best friends » so what’s better than learning a new language and getting to know its literature and culture with your best friend.  In this sense, the present article will present to you 5 must read books in French that may become your best friend.  Le petit prince  A““La lecture est une amitié” : 5 must read books for beginners” 계속 읽기

Rendez-vous with French Cinema : eight movies to play

Even though French cinema is not often widely recognized by the public, it does occupy a significant place in the history of cinema in general. Indeed, it has contributed to the development of the global film industry. In addition to its own development, French cinema has allowed many artists from Europe and around the world“Rendez-vous with French Cinema : eight movies to play” 계속 읽기

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