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What does ” un faux pas ” mean? How do you say ‘ a social blunder ’ in French? How is it pronounced? How is it used in a French sentence? Listen to me, a French native say it at FrenchHour.com

un faux pas – a false step –un faux pas is used with the verb FAIRE: faire un faux pas.

Literally, un faux pas means that you tripped over something. In everyday French though, which is what this podcast is all about, un faux pas means that you made a social blunder or that you did something that is perceived as not polite.

So, before you take your trip to France, check out the faux pas to avoid

  • « Ils ont commandé un café avec leur salade, c’est un petit faux pas, les Français boivent une boisson froide avec leur repas. »
    • “They ordered a coffee with their salad, it’s a small social blunder, the French have a cold drink with their meal.”

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How do negative sentences work? Where do the negative parts go? Learn French with me at FrenchHour.com. Download the audio file and print this worksheet.

Look at these examples in the present tense

  1. Je ne mange pas. –> I do not t eat.
  2. Je mange pas. –> I don’ t eat.
  3. Je ne mange pas de pain. –> I do not eat any bread.
  4. Je mange pas de pain. –> I don’t eat any bread.

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c’est pas faux – French expression

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What does ” c’est pas faux ” mean? How do you say ‘ you have a point ’ in French? How is it pronounced? How is it used in a French sentence? Listen to Anne, a French native say it at FrenchHour.com.

c’est pas faux – it’s not false – In everyday French, c’est pas faux means that you realize the person you’re talking to is raising a point you hadn’t thought about, s/he has a point.

Note that the correct form for this expression should read: ce n’est pas faux. Learn more in the lesson.

  • « Tu dis que les Français sont râleurs. C’est pas faux ! »
    • “You say that the French grouch a lot. You have a point !”

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What are French occupations? How do you say different occupations in French? Do the free quiz with Anne.

  1. architecte …. architect
  2. artiste …. artist
  3. auteur/e …. author
  4. avocat/e …. attorney, lawyer
  5. boucher/ère …. butcher
  6. boulanger/ère …. baker
  7. bricoleur, bricoleuse …. handyman
  8. caissier, caissière …. cashier
  9. chirurgien/ne …. surgeon
  10. comédien/ne, acteur, actrice …. actor, actress

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Soccer Terms – Le foot – What are soccer terms in French? How do you say French soccer terms? Listen to Anne’s authentic French at FrenchHour.com.

Soccer terms you might find helpful when listening to a French soccer commentator.

Termes de football que vous pourrez trouver utiles lors de l’écoute d’un commentateur de football français.

  1. champion …. m/f …. champion/ne
  2. coach …. m …. entraîneur
  3. extension …. f …. prolongation
  4. French team nickname …. mp …. les Bleus
  5. half time …. f …. mi-temps
  6. jersey …. m …. maillot
  7. offside …. m …. hors-jeu
  8. player (male) …. m …. joueur
  9. team …. f …. équipe
  10. to kick …. ø …. taper, shooter
  11. to score …. ø …. marquer
  12. World Cup …. m, f …. Mondial, Coupe du Monde

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What are the days of the week in French? How do you say months in French? What’s the correct pronunciation of seasons in French? Learn French with me at FrenchHour.com

Les jours de la semaine

m–jour–day

m–lundi–Monday

m–mardi–Tuesday

m–mercredi–Wednesday

m–jeudi–Thursday

m–vendredi–Friday

m–samedi–Saturday

m–dimanche–Sunday

Les mois de l’année

m–mois–month

m–janvier–January

m–février–February

m–mars–March

m–avril–April

m–mai–May

m–juin–June

m–juillet–July

m–août–August

m–septembre–September

m–octobre–October

m–novembre–November

m–décembre–December

Les saisons

f–saison–season

m–printemps–spring

m–été–summer

m–automne–fall

m–hiver–winter

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