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Learning French with this podcast from Fast French Learning

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    10 French Expressions – Transports 🚟 – to improve the language 🗣

    10 French Expressions – Transports 🚟 – to improve the language 🗣

    Hi, Welcome all on the Fast French Learning blog, the blog to Learn and Improve your French 🙂 ! In this article you are going to learn 10 new French Expressions – transports 🚓 – to improve the language 📢 !







    Let’s go for the French Expressions – Transports 🏎️







    1 – Une vie de patachon







    French Expressions Car







    The meaning : a life of debauchery.Debauchery = an exaggerated life of pleasures : drinking a lot, eating a lot, having a lot of parties …







    The origin of this french expression : Un patachon = a car pulled by a horse, without comfort, for the transport of people.The driver is also called un patachon.The life of the patachon was a nomadic life, without attachment ranging from taverns to taverns, celebrating a lot.







    French Expressions Car







    2 – Mener une vie de bâton de chaise







    French Expressions Chair







    The meaning : to have a messy life.







    The origin of this french expression : the old sedan chairs. They were carried on men’s arms with two sticks of chair.The sticks were all the time raised, put, pulled to clear the door and let out the passenger, then put back … very quickly.







    French Expressions Chair







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    3 – La cheville ouvrière







    French Expressions Train







    The meaning : the essential element, the manager of a company or business.







    The origin of this french expression : the kingpin was the essential part of the coupling, connecting the front of the train to a wagon.It is said that the ankle is “worker” in the sense that “it works” with forces and physical constraints. Like a worker in a factory doing a physical job often difficult.







    French Expressions Train

























    4 – Brûler le pavé







    French Expressions Car







    The meaning : to drive very fast.







    The origin of this french expression : while driving fast, the wheels of the carriages, which were made of iron, made sparks while rubbing on the pavement.









    Un carrosseDes étincelles















    5 – Au quart de tour







    French Expressions Car







    The meaning : quickly, without hesitation.







    The origin of this french expression : it was said that a car “démarrait au quart de tour” when the engine started as soon as a quarter turn was given. Today,

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    Feminine and Masculine country names👧👦 🏙+ (la-le-les) / without the articles

    Feminine and Masculine country names👧👦 🏙+ (la-le-les) / without the articles

    Hi, Welcome all on the Fast French Learning blog to Learn and Improve your French 🙂 ! In this article you are going to learn how to make the difference between the feminine and the masculine country names👧👦🌎















    Feminine and Masculine country names : Feminine 👧 country names







    Feminine country names







    The feminine country names that start with a consonant







    Feminine country names : La Belgique







    Feminine country names : La France







    When the name of a country ends with the letter -e, it is feminine and we put the article in front of this name







    La Belgique La Bulgarie La France La Grèce La Slovaquie La Suisse La Syrie La Thailande La Tunisie







    Here are 6 exceptions: these are masculine country names that end with the letter -e and in front of which we use the article le







    Le BélizeLe CambodgeLe MexiqueLe MozambiqueLe SurinameLe Zimbabwe







    The feminine country names that start with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u, y)







    Feminine country names : L’Espagne







    Feminine country names : L’Allemagne







    When the name of a country ends with the letter -e, it is feminine and we put the article l’ in front of this name







    L’AlgérieL’AllemagneL’AngleterreL’ArgentineL’EspagneL’IndeL’ItalieL’IndonésieL’IrlandeL’Islande







    Masculine 👦 country names











    Masculine country names















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    2 FREE E-BOOKS 📚 to download so you won’t make the 2 most common MISTAKES in FRENCH 🇫🇷 !

    2 FREE E-BOOKS 📚 to download so you won’t make the 2 most common MISTAKES in FRENCH 🇫🇷 !

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    * The Prepositions * To make the difference between a Masculine and a Feminine Noun















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    I taught French to English and Spanish speakers, I lived in 2 international cities, I met many people who love France, who want to come to France and who want to learn French, but they find that it is a very difficult language to learn. The vast majority of them told me that the two elements of the French language that are the most difficult to use are :















    * The Prepositions * To make the difference between a Masculine and a Feminine Noun















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    The 1rst French E-Book : Les Prépsotions en Français (99 pages)























    What you will find in this E-Book :















    * Qu’est-ce qu’une préposition ? * Quel est son rôle ?















    I can’t present you all the prepositions because they are numerous. I present to you 10 prepositions that we use in everyday life :















    * à* de* the difference betwen à and de* en* par* pour* avec* chez* dans* devant* derrière















    And

    the last part is about the use of prepositions to express traveling :















    * Comment exprimer l’origine et la destination ?







    The 2nd French E-Book : Le Masculin et Féminin en Français (140 pages)























    What you will find in this E-Book :

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    How to use the DEMONSTRATIVE DETERMINANT “CE” in FRENCH 👨‍🎓 ?

    How to use the DEMONSTRATIVE DETERMINANT “CE” in FRENCH 👨‍🎓 ?

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    Hi, English speakers who want to Learn and Improve French 🙂 In this article you are going to learn how to use the demonstrative determinant CE 👨‍🎓















    How to use the DEMONSTRATIVE DETERMINANT “CE” in FRENCH 👨‍🎓 ?







    CE is used to show a specific object,  a specific person or a specific animal. It can also designate a moment of the day.The noun that follows has to be a MASCULINE-SINGULAR NOUN that begins with a consonnant.







    I want this bike







    I buy this sofa











    We will eat at the restaurant tonight







    We saw this dog















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    20 sentences to train with CE 💪







    1 – Admirez CE tableau !Admire this picture !The determinant ce is placed before the word tableau which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the consonnant “t”.







    2 – Je crois que CE castor est souffrant.I believe this beaver is suffering.The determinant ce is placed before the word castor which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the consonnant “c”.







    3 – CE brouillard dense gêne considérablement la circulation.This dense fog greatly hampers circulation.The determinant ce is placed before the word brouillard which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the consonnant “b”.







    4 – CE matin le soleil s’est levé tôt. This morning the sun has risen early.The determinant ce is placed before the word matin which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the consonnant “m”.







    5 – CE soir je vais dormir chez un ami. Tonight I’m going to sleep at a friend’s house.The determinant ce is placed before the word soir which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the consonnant “s”.







    6 – CE camion est garé devant chez moi depuis trois jours.This truck is parked in front of my house for three days.The determinant ce is placed before the word camion which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the consonnant “c”.







    7 – Tony a acheté un costume à Londres. CE costume lui va bien.Tony bought a suit in London. This suit suits him well.The determinant ce is placed before the word costume which is a singular-masculine name that begins with the consonnant “c”.















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    Do you have QUESTIONS ❓ about the FRENCH LANGUAGE 🇫🇷 ? I answer it in a video 😉 !

    Do you have QUESTIONS ❓ about the FRENCH LANGUAGE 🇫🇷 ? I answer it in a video 😉 !

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    Here are the 🇫🇷 FRENCH ADJECTIVES nouveau-nouvel-nouvelle-neuf-neuve + Exercises 📖

    Here are the 🇫🇷 FRENCH ADJECTIVES nouveau-nouvel-nouvelle-neuf-neuve + Exercises 📖

    The French Adjectives nouveau-nouvel-nouvelle–neuf-neuve







    Hi, Welcome all on the Fast French Learning blog, the blog to Learn and Improve your French 🙂 ! In this article you are going to learn how to use the French Adjective nouveau-nouvel-nouvelle-neuf-neuve 😃







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    Nouveau / nouveaux / nouvel / nouvelle / nouvelles and Neuf / neufs / neuve / neuves are qualifying adjectives. The qualifying adjective characterizes the element (it is often a noun) of the sentence to which it is attached. He qualifies the state of the noun to which he is attached.







    Nouveau / nouveaux / nouvel / Neuf are masculines adjectives.Nouvelle / Neuve are feminines adjectives.







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