Search by Search ID or Tag or use the Advanced Search
"Oui, c'est bon. It is, how you Americans say, 'Magically Delicious'."
"Your ordering in French would have been more romantic if you didn't have to read it off your phone."
"Qu'est-ce que c'est?"Title: FRENCH FOR BANKERS.
Tags:french, learning french, french language, language, languages, foreign language, foreign languages, learning a foreign language, language class, languages classes, language lesson, language lessons, french class, french classes, french lesson, french lessons, french teacher, french teachers, education, teacher, teachers, lesson, lesson, class, classes, classroom, classrooms, qu'est-ce que c'est, bank, banks, baking, banker, bankers, money, argent, l'argent, vocabulary, international, what is this, international trade, international banking
"Ou est le feu?"
Tags:french, french language, french speaker, french speaking, where is the fire, fire, fires, on fire, car, cars, vintage car, vintage cars, motorbike, motorbikes, police, police officer, policeman, policemen, military officer, military officers, military, vintage, vintage cartoon, vintage cartoons
'Avez-vous French toast?'
'I'm glad I wasn't born in France. My French is terrible.'
"Nous allons maintenant à Bloomingdale's, n'est-ce pas, pour achêter un tout petit Teddy Bear?"
Ceci n'est pas une drill!
Tags:this is not a drill, drill, drills, fire drill, emergency drill, emergency drills, french, french language, diy, hand tool, hand tools, national emergency, emergencies, national emergencies, emergency, social unrest, social upheaval, rené magritte, surrealist, surrealism, surrealist art, trump, donald trump, president donald trump, president trump, trump administration
Strolling through Paris for the first time, Judie and Gary discovered, much to their great delight, that they remembered more high-school French than they thought.
Sun and the Moon step out.
"Jacques, some of us don't care whether 'water' is masculine or feminine."
Restaurant Francais: All you can pronounce £30.
"And the last little piggy cried, 'Oui, oui, oui' all the way home."
Tags:piggy, market, nursery rhyme, kid, kids, children, baby, babies, french, pig, pigs, language, languages, bilingualism, bilingual, this little piggy, family, bedtime, story, stories, immersion, french immersion, school, france, canada, toe, bed, bedtime story, parents, child, learning, second language, game, toddler, infant, counting, numbers, english, mom, moms, little, animals, rhyme, communication, french language, learning
'That's it? It sounded a lot better in French.'
'Don't tell him I can't speak, French. He's paying me to translate his girlfriends letters.'
'Why can't we just say lingua franca in English?'
'Your stab at ordering the wine in French went well.'
'There's no denying it - French have a word for it!'
'It's French for 'hot food'.'
We hadn't realised your body language was French....
'Now what? Everything I can pronounce is OFF!'
'Don't try ordering in French! The last time, the waitress sued you for breach of Promise.'
"I've dotted the I's, crossed the T's, and accented the vowels."
"No, in Spanish it's honradez..."
Apples (Les Pommes)