Update!

Hi guys!

I’ve been busy with interviews, exams and of course spring yard work this past week.  I’ve also got to update my website and blogs for you all. Please be patient – Your Daily French will be back up and running soon!

Have a great day and merci beaucoup!

Tara

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French Phrase of the Day

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Switching it up today with a quote by Jean-Jacques Rousseau: “L’homme n’est point fait pour méditer, mais pour agir.”

Translation: Man was not made to meditate, he was made to act.

I hope you enjoy my posts and encourage you to add your own favourite French phrases to the list or share your thoughts in the comments section below.

À la prochaine!

French Phrase of the Day

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Today’s Quebecois expression: “Il a des bibittes dans le traîneau.”

Translation: He has bugs in his sleigh. Meaning: He’s a little crazy.

English equivalent: He’s got a screw loose!

I hope you enjoy my posts and encourage you to add your own favourite French phrases to the list or share your thoughts in the comments section below.

À la prochaine!

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French Phrase of the Day

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Today’s French expression: “Il a une araignée au plafond!”

Translation: There’s a spider on the ceiling. Meaning: He’s got a screw loose!

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French Phrase of the Day

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Today’s French expression: “Il faut tourner sept fois sa langue dans sa bouche avant de parler.”

Translation: You must turn your tongue 7 times in your mouth before you speak. In other words, think before you speak.

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French Phrase of the Day

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This expression is such a good one!

French phrase of the day: “Il faut reculer pour mieux sauter.”

Translation: You must back up in order to jump better.

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French Phrase of the Day

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Quebecois learnin’ for the day: “Il se prend pour le boss des bécosses.”

Literal translation: “He thinks he’s the toilets’ boss”. Meaning: People are getting annoyed with this know-it-all guy who’s trying to boss everyone around.

Adaptations:

  • “Ne soit pas la boss des bécosses.” Translation: Don’t be the toilet’s boss.
  • “T’es pas le boss des bécosses”. Translation: You’re not the toilet’s boss.

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French Phrase of the Day

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French phrase of the day: “Revenons à nos moutons!”

Translation: Let’s return to our sheep. Meaning: Let’s get back on topic.

I hope you enjoy my posts and encourage you to add your own favourite French phrases to the list or share your thoughts in the comments section below.

I hope you enjoy my posts and encourage you to add your own favourite French phrases to the list or share your thoughts in the comments section below.

À la prochaine!

Got a great French or Quebecois expression to share?

Make sure to add it to the comment section below!