Sylvie Guinot

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Sylvie Guinot

Class activity: the history of perfume
B2

Class activity: the history of perfume

Activities for the FLE class on the theme of perfume.

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Class activity: Lyon
A2

Class activity: Lyon

An activity to create the link between a part of the French heritage and the language learnt.

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The present participle, grammar lesson
A2

The present participle, grammar lesson

What is the difference between the present participle and the gerund? Here is a grammar lesson to help you.

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The imperative, grammar lesson
A1

The imperative, grammar lesson

Are you a beginner in FLE teaching? Don't panic, Bonjour de France will give you a boost!

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The adverb, grammar lesson
A1

The adverb, grammar lesson

A practical lesson on the adverb to better understand the subtleties of the French language.

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SMS language, wat S it? Vocabulary exercise
B2

SMS language, wat S it? Vocabulary exercise

The language of texting is a "socio-dialect"...

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The simple past and literature
B2

The simple past and literature

We have had the occasion to see in the preceding grammar lessons the distinction between the compound past (present perfect) and the simple past.

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Presentatives
A2

Presentatives

Bonjour de France invites you to review this grammatical idea: the "presentatives"

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Compound past or imperfect tense... that is the question!
A2

Compound past or imperfect tense... that is the question!

To write or speak about actions that have taken place in the past we can choose between the compound past and the imperfect tense.

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Booking a table at a French restaurant
A1

Booking a table at a French restaurant

Bonjour de France offers a journey to the French cuisine... come and discover the flavors of France.

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Inviting in an informal way
A2

Inviting in an informal way

Colombe and Paul invite you to understand how we can invite someone informally. Train quickly!!!

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Understanding and analysing a poem, level B2
C1

Understanding and analysing a poem, level B2

Studying a poem by Émile Verhaeren, a Belgian poet and playwright, such joy! It's the lexical and semantic field of the city that's explored...

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