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When I lived in France in the 1990’s, Halloween was not really celebrated by the French. They saw it as a strange sort of festival, and didn’t really “get” it. However, it has gained in popularity and many a sorcière (witch) can now be seen on the boulevards of Paris and beyond! It has its […]
I find that using modal verbs gives students a really easy way, of sounding suitably proficient in French. Modal verbs are really simple to use and add an extra je ne sais quoi to written expression. As a general rule, a modal verb is usually followed by the verb in the infinitive. However, the verbal […]