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In This Issue

• À rebours

• Optional Liaisons

• Mot du jour : nombriliste

• Hotels and Lodging

• Paris en août

• Daily Quizzes

À rebours = against the nap

Go against the grain with this lesson on the French expression à rebours.

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Some liaisons in front of a vowel or h muet are optional, which means it up to you to decide whether to pronounce them. However, that decision matters: more liaisons means more formal speech, so obviously fewer liaisons means more informal, possibly even familiar speech.

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Paris en août

Certains diront que Paris ferme pendant le mois d'août : ne les écoutez pas.


An interesting word to start the new month.


Hotels and lodging - French vocabulary

One of the most important things to think about when traveling is where you're going to sleep. From 5-star hotels to tents pitched on a beach, this lesson has all the French vocabulary you need to enjoy your stay.

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French quizzes

For a quick and easy way to practice French every day, check out my social media accounts dedicated to French quizzes.

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