Be sure to read this lesson, it's an essential French expression. Ah bon ?
Support the French team one more time during the World Cup finals by learning about the slogan allez les Bleus !
Think it's difficult to use this French expression? Au contraire !
By the way, I really think you should learn how to use the French expression au fait
Enjoy your meal with the French expression bon appétit
Learn how to hang in there with this lesson on the encouraging French expression bon courage
Once you've read this lesson on the French expression bon débarras
, you can say good riddance to not understanding it.
You don't know what this French expression means? C'est pas vrai !
My goodness, ça alors
is a very useful French expression.
Hey, you should read this lesson about the useful French expression dis donc
This is a useful, interesting, fun, blah blah lesson on the French interjection et patati et patata
To express admiration, surprise, contempt, or another strong feeling about a noun, you can use the exclamative adjective quel
, meaning "what (a)."
An exclamative adverb (comme, que, ce que
) is a word or phrase used in front of a clause to express a strong emotion like surprise or awe.
The Lawless French intermediate-advanced French word of the day is exclusive to Lawless French supporters
. Read the lesson
You won't be able to get over the surprising French expression je n'en reviens pas