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14 French Expressions Featuring Cats

La coupe est pleine - Enough is enough. For more French expressions you can learn daily, get a copy of this e-book from Talk in French: https://store.talkinfrench.com/product/french-expressions/

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[QUIZ] Can you guess what these goat-related French expressions mean?

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from Matador Network

The 20 weirdest French expressions (and how to use them)

T MIGHT NOT SEEM SO AT FIRST, but a dental practice is all about relationships—relationships between our team members and our relationships with you and your child. When we stop to think about the things we do each day, these things make it all worth it.

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from Matador Network

The 20 weirdest French expressions (and how to use them)

The French are not “very lucky”...their ass is “lined with noodles” (Avoir le cul bordé de nouilles)

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The 20 weirdest French expressions (and how to use them)

The French are not “very lucky”...their ass is “lined with noodles” (Avoir le cul bordé de nouilles)

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The 20 weirdest French expressions (and how to use them)

The French are not “very lucky”...their ass is “lined with noodles” (Avoir le cul bordé de nouilles)

from Lawless French

11 Patriotic French Expressions

Get ready for Bastille Day with some patriotic French expressions - https://www.lawlessfrench.com/expressions/11-patriotic-expressions/

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from Matador Network

The 20 weirdest French expressions (and how to use them)

The French are not “very lucky”...their ass is “lined with noodles” (Avoir le cul bordé de nouilles)

from Talk in French

Learn French the Right Way

French expression of the week. Get weekly updates when you subscribe to the Talk in French newsletter here: https://www.talkinfrench.com/signup-newsletter For more French expressions you can learn daily, get a copy of 365 Days of French Expressions. Covers a wide range of expressions and colloquial phrases: with meaning, their literal translation, and examples. With FREE AUDIO for pronunciation and listening practice! https://store.talkinfrench.com/product/french-expressions/

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from French Together

12 French expressions and idioms with “faire” (to do)

When should you use faire? "Faire" is the equivalent of "to do" or "to make" depending on the situation. However, if you want to translate "it makes me hap

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