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Friday the 13th – French expression

What does the French expression vendredi 13″ mean? How is it used in a sentence?

vendredi 13 means ‘Friday the 13th’ and it’s supposed to bring either good or bad luck. It’s a big day for people who are superstitious. The Loto company is very happy tho ugh, as many people chose to play that day.

  • « On va jouer au loto aujourd’hui ? On est vendredi 13 et on pourrait gagner des millions d’euros. »
    • “Should we play the lottery today? It’s Friday the 13th and could win millions of Euros.”

Try using this expression at least 3 times today.

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