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Vous souhaitez apprendre comment dire au revoir en anglais ? Avez-vous pensé à effectuer un séjour linguistique ? http://www.voyage-langue.com

Vous souhaitez apprendre comment dire au revoir en anglais ? Avez-vous pensé à effectuer un séjour linguistique ? http://www.voyage-langue.com

I love you in French

I love you in French

Infographic to learn how to tell the time in French

Infographic to learn how to tell the time in French

Learn the preposition in French 4 easy link words to create sentence + free exercises

Learn the preposition in French 4 easy link words to create sentence + free exercises

Learn the preposition in French 4 easy link words to create sentence + free exercises

Learn the preposition in French 4 easy link words to create sentence + free exercises

The Possessive Pronouns in French - Les pronoms possessif en français

The Possessive Pronouns in French - Les pronoms possessif en français

French grammar - Reflexive verbs

French grammar - Reflexive verbs

Infographic to learn how to tell the time in French

Infographic to learn how to tell the time in French

FRENCH CONVERSATION QuickStudy® $4.95 Includes: • rules to remember • French pronunciation (la prononciation) • basic statements • greetings (les salutations) • questions (des questions) • negatives (les negatives) • money (l'argent) • numbers (les nombres) • colors (les couleurs) • measurements (les dimensions) • food (la nourriture) • time (l'heure) and more! #French #Study

FRENCH CONVERSATION QuickStudy® $4.95 Includes: • rules to remember • French pronunciation (la prononciation) • basic statements • greetings (les salutations) • questions (des questions) • negatives (les negatives) • money (l'argent) • numbers (les nombres) • colors (les couleurs) • measurements (les dimensions) • food (la nourriture) • time (l'heure) and more! #French #Study

I correct people's written English, and I find it's these small words which most people get wrong. I'm sure it's the same in French

I correct people's written English, and I find it's these small words which most people get wrong. I'm sure it's the same in French