Attention Students! The Alliance Francaise of Doylestown is pleased to announce its 2018 Student Essay Competition. The competition is open to all Bucks County 4th and AP-level French students. The topic for this year’s essay is ““Un pays francophone que j’aimerais visiter (à part la France)” (A French-speaking country I would like to visit – other than France)”
Joyeux Jour de Neige!
I am always tweaking this website and adding information.
If you look now at the top, your French class will have a link, and if you hover over it, the unit that we are currently studying will appear.
There will also be subsections with sometimes a specific grammar or vocab. section, for easier navigation.
Merci, et bonne chance- amusez-vous en apprenant le français!
In this episode of “Media Using French Randomly”, Mlle. C spotted a Loréal commercial randomly saying “Say Bonjour” to whatever beauty thing they’re marketing.
Have you seen it? Check out this link if you want to see it:
Fun to notice things like this! 🙂 Tout le monde adore la France/ le français!
For a fun and comprehensive overview of basic French topics, I highly recommend this site: Languages Online – French section
It has a variety of fun language learning topics and methodologies.
It is broken into useful sections, each with activities ranging from fill-in-the-blank, to more fun games, and songs, to help you learn the set of vocab.
Give it a shot! Every level of French learner could benefit from learning some new words, or reviewing some old!!
“Le Français – C’est Toujours à La Mode”
The French are known for their class and style. I often see words in French on American clothing, from something common like “C’est la Vie”, “Amour”, or “Bonjour” to less common phrases, this one was a new one for me.
If you have an extra $80 lying around, you could be a dreamer “Rêveur” too. (source) (Dans mes rêves!)
Bienvenue à mon site pour vous aider à meilleur apprendre le français.
Stay tuned for more info, review games, etc., studying help for midterms and more! (Click on your class below)
You can use the search bar to find resources on any vocab or grammar you may need help with for getting yourself caught up to speed!
S’il vous plait, stay tuned, as the site is currently under construction. 2018 – Bonne Année!!!
Joyeux Nouvel An! (Happy New Year!)
I’m grateful for my new job teaching levels 1-4 in French and am working to update the site with new relevant resources and updated links.