French Expressions

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From everyday essentials to idiomatic expressions, these memes are mini lessons with links to more detailed explanations. Also see https://www.pinterest.com/lklawless/french-vocabulary/

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Quand on parle du loup (on en voit la queue) - Lawless French French Expressions, Idiomatic Expressions, French People, Teacher Boards, French Teacher, First Language, French Words, France, Learn French

French Expressions: Quand on parle du loup

No wolves were harmed in the making of this lesson on the French proverb Quand on parle du loup, on en voit la queue. - Lawless French

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French Expressions: Moi aussi

Do you think this is a useful French expression? Moi aussi ! - Lawless French

Don't change the subject, it's time to learn about the French expression revenons à nos moutons. French Teacher, French Class, Teaching French, Teaching Spanish, French Expressions, Expression Imagée, French Quotes, French Sayings, French Alphabet

French Expressions: Revenons à nos moutons

Don't change the subject, it's time to learn about the French expression revenons à nos moutons. - Lawless French

Click like lightning to learn the French expression tirer plus vite que son ombre. French Expressions, French Teacher, Teaching French, French Language, Second Language, Idiomatic Expressions, French People, Lucky Luke, Normal Person

French Expressions: Tirer plus vite que son ombre

Click like lightning to learn the French expression tirer plus vite que son ombre. - Lawless French

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French Expressions: À mon avis

In my opinion, this is a good lesson on the French expression à mon avis. - Lawless French

You could say this French expression loosely relates to the English idiom "you suck all the air out of the room" on a conceptual level, given that both toy with the idea of taking up more space than is perhaps socially desirable. French Expressions, Idiomatic Expressions, Tongue Twisters, French People, Teacher Boards, French Teacher, English Idioms, Get Some, Learn French

French Expressions:

Learn about the informal French expression ne pas manquer d'air - if you've got the nerve for it. - Lawless French

Some idioms have no apparent basis in reality. Think ''it's raining cats and dogs''. And yet other expressions describe exactly what happens, like this classic. French Expressions, Idiomatic Expressions, French People, French Grammar, Teacher Boards, French Teacher, How To Speak Spanish, Idioms, Learn French

French Expressions: Avoir un cheveu sur la langue

Learn how to use the French idiom avoir un cheveu sur la langue to describe a certain type of pronunciation. - Lawless French

Norwegian Forest cats are a special kind of feline. They are very large and have thick fur, which is very striking.But they are gentle and kind-hearted. Monday Cat, Kitten Quotes, French Expressions, Long Haired Cats, Cats For Sale, Cat Drinking, Cat Cafe, Norwegian Forest Cat, Domestic Cat

French Expressions: Appeler un chat un chat

I tell it like it is in this lesson about the idiomatic French expression appeler un chat un chat. - Lawless French

If you don't read this lesson, your use of the French expression je n'y suis pour rien will have nothing do with me. How To Speak French, Learn French, Learn English, Idiomatic Expressions, Annoying People, French Expressions, Understanding Anxiety, Fle

French Expressions: Je n'y suis pour rien

If you don't read this lesson, your use of the French expression je n'y suis pour rien will have nothing do with me. - Lawless French

The logic of swelling ankles pointing to big heads is admittedly odd. Then again, idioms don't always make sense 🤔 French Expressions, Medical Symptoms, Swollen Ankles, Idiomatic Expressions, French People, Teacher Boards, French Teacher, Idioms, Learn French

French Expressions: Avoir les chevilles qui enflent

Don't get a swelled head with the French idiom avoir les chevilles qui enflent. - Lawless French

Save the day with the idiomatic French expression sauver la mise. French Expressions, Idiomatic Expressions, French People, Teacher Boards, French Teacher, Save The Day, Idioms, Learn French, French Language

French Expressions: Sauver la mise

Save the day with the idiomatic French expression sauver la mise. - Lawless French

Read this lesson, and in no time you'll know all about the informal French expression en deux temps, trois mouvements. French Expressions, Comprehension Exercises, Reading Comprehension, Idiomatic Expressions, Teacher Boards, French Teacher, Learn French, Study Tips, Vocabulary

French Expressions: En deux temps, trois mouvements

Read this lesson, and in no time you'll know all about the informal French expression en deux temps, trois mouvements. - Lawless French

French Expressions with Croire - Lawless French Phrases French Verbs, French Phrases, French Expressions, Comprehension Exercises, Reading Comprehension, Idiomatic Expressions, French Teacher, Language Lessons, France

French Expressions with Croire

The French verb croire, "to believe," is found in many idiomatic expressions, including to think so, to make no mistake, and to take someone's word for it.

French expression "moi non plus" has a negative slant to it, both literally and figuratively. But it's used to express agreement. French Expressions, French Learning Books, French Worksheets, Idiomatic Expressions, French People, Teacher Boards, French Teacher, French Words, Learn French

French Expressions: Moi non plus

Being able to use the French expression moi non plus correctly is a big plus. - Lawless French

The idea that you only get so much luck in life is the central tenet of this idiom. But not every French expression limits its good fortune. Read this lesson to discover alternate idioms that focus only on the positive, albeit using questionable imagery. French Expressions, French Teacher, French Class, Idiomatic Expressions, French People, Teacher Boards, Idioms, Learn French, French Language

French Expressions: Heureux au jeu, malheureux en amour

Test your luck with the French proverb Heureux au jeu, malheureux en amour. - Lawless French

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