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Vivre, habiter and demeurer all mean ‘to live’

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Vivre, habiter and demeurer all mean ‘to live’

Vivre Habiter Demeurer all mean ‘to live’ in English. However, they aren’t always interchangeable.

Look at the examples.

  • I live well with my retirement pension.
    • Je vis bien de ma retraite.
  • We don’t live in Occitanie anymore.
    • Nous n’habitons plus en Occitanie.
  • Where do you live?
    • Où demeurez-vous ?

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Mini Quiz - vivre, habiter, demeurer

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    Elles _____ encore ici, dans la petite ruelle.
    Le maire m'a demandé où vous _____.
    Il faut manger pour _____, et non vivre pour manger.

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avoir des débouchés – French expression

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des débouchés — job opportunities — Mot du Jour

des débouchés – some uncorked. des débouchés really means ‘job opportunities’. It’s often used with AVOIR.

  • « C’est une filière qui l’intéresse, mais malheureusement, il n’y a pas de débouchés. »
    • “He’s interested in this major, but unfortunately, there are no job opportunities with that.”
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AVOIR — practice conjugating – Today’s French

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Music Expressions – Today’s French

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Music Expressions

FrenchWhat are music expressions in French? How are expressions related to music pronounced in French ?

Il y a de nombreuses expressions qui ont à voir avec la musique en français. En voici quelques unes.

There are many phrases and expressions that have to do with music in French. Here are some of them and a quiz about it.

Quelques expressions de musique

  1. bémol — un bémol (mettre, avec) — to damper, to put a damper on
  2. flûte — une flûte — a flute (long tall glass such as a Champagne glass)
  3. piano — un piano — a stove range
  4. rengaine — la rengaine (être) — same old thing, boring

Mini Quiz - Expressions About Music

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    This stove range is too expensive.
    I'm fed up; it's kind of boring.
    He’ll have to put a damper on his request.
    Take the Champagne glasses out so we can celebrate.

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violon d’Ingres – French expression

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Passe-temps – Hobbies in French

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Hobbies - Les passe-temps

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A few words to start you with

  • basketball ... m ... basket
  • bird watching ... ø ... observer les oiseaux
  • book ... m ... livre
  • chess ... mp ... échecs
  • fishing ... f ... pêche
  • game board ... m ... jeu de société
  • guitar ... f ... guitare
  • hiking ... ø ... faire des randonnées, marches
  • hockey ... ø ... faire du hockey
  • hunting ... f ... chasse
  • jogging ... m ... jogging
  • piano ... m ... piano
  • reading ... ø ... lire
  • sailing ... ø ... faire de la voile
  • skiing ... ø ... faire du ski
  • soccer ... m ... foot
  • tennis ... m ... tennis
  • to cook ... ø ... faire la cuisine
  • to dance ... ø ... danser
  • to draw ... ø ... dessiner
  • to go to a concert ... ø ... aller au concert
  • to go to the beach ... ø ... aller à la plage
  • to go to the movie ... ø ... aller au cinéma
  • to play a (game) ... ø ... jouer au, à la
  • to play a (musical instrument) ... ø ... jouer du, de la
  • to play a (sport) ... ø ... jouer au (sport)
  • to ride a bike ... ø ... faire du vélo
  • to swim ... ø ... nager
  • to watch TV ... ø ... regarder la télé
  • video game ... m ... jeu vidéo
  • violin ... m ... violon

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VENIR conjugated – Quiz – Today’s French

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Tu viendras faire du surf demain ? — Will you come and surf tomorrow?

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Mini Quiz - Conjugate VENIR

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  • Les temps courants

    Les 4 temps courants : présent, imparfait, passé composé et futur de l’indicatif.
    I never used to come to La Turballe before.
    We come from the village of Moncontour.
    He won’t come to the meeting tonight.
    She came to see us yesterday.

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comme elles viennent – French expression

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déjà, encore, jamais and toujours – Today’s French

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J’ai pas encore acheté le cadeau d’Adeline

déjà, encore, jamais and toujours are a bit of a challenge for English speaker. Is it still, yet, again?

Exercice – Practice

Translate the sentences from one column to another. From French to English (la version) is easier, from English to French (la thèse) a bit more challenging.

  • Français
    1. Elle parle déjà.
    2. Tu as bien étudié la liste, mais il faut encore que tu fasses l’exo.
    3. Il n’a jamais bricolé de sa vie.
    4. Ils se sont toujours aimés.
  • English
  1. She’s already speaking.
  2. You did study the list well, but you still have to do the exercise.
  3. He’s never done house work in his life.
  4. They always loved one another.
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déjà que – French expression

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