b-a-ba - French expression
What does the French expression ‘ b-a-ba ‘ mean? How is it used in a sentence? Listen to Anne’s Audio.
b-a-ba - that's the letters B and A of the French alphabet and BA are the same two letters pronounced together B+A is BA. They are the beginning of the French alphabet. The b-a ba means the basics, the rudiments of something.
- « ça yest c'est décidé: j'vais apprendre le français avec FRENCH ETC. mais va falloir que je commence par le b-a-ba. »
- "That's it, I made up my mind: I'm going to learn French with FRENCH ETC. but I'll have to start with the basics."
Related: les enfants disent l'alphabet.