SpongeBob is very popular in France. The cartoon had the highest audience on the TV channel Nickelodeon, the largest distribution on MTV Networks and was the most watched cartoon on Nicktoons. If you want to find SpongeBob French versions on Youtube, you should know that the French version title differs from the English one. Here is a […]
S’il vous plaît Please Excusez-moi ! Escuse me! Comment allez-vous ? How are you? Je vais bien I’m fine Comment vous appelez-vous ? What’s your name? Je m’appelle My name is Quel âge avez vous? How old are you? J’ai “19” ans I am 19 years old Je ne comprends pas I don’t understand Je […]
Welcome to our French lesson for beginner! Each lesson will consist of two parts, the formal and the informal ways. Au revoir Goodbye À plus tard See you later À bientôt See you soon À demain See you tomorrow Bonjour Good Morning Bon après-midi Good Afternoon Bonne nuit Good Night Bienvenue Welcome Bonne soirée Good Evening
Here I listed the second part of 5 funny word young French speakers use. Laisse tomber… It literally means let it fall, but the English translation would be forget it, or never mind.
French people greet each other with a cheek kiss, which is called faire la bise. Interesting is that the number and order of bises (cheek kisses) differ from cities and regions. I’m going to describe you which cheek kiss to do in different regions of France and with whom this way of greeting is appropriate.
Many French expressions and words that you definitely know from TV shows or heard in some songs are never used by French people. Here is a list of 7 French words and expressions French people never say.
French language is so romantic! I was curious which words French people use talking to their sweetheart? I have made a list here, hope you enjoy! Related Article