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Bonjour de France invites you to discover the socio-cultural and historical significance of many idiomatic expressions also called « expressions of popular wisdom » . This section offers you multiple choice exercises to test your understanding. A simple and illustrated explanation is also available.Beginner - A1 Intermediate - A2 Autonomous - B1 Advanced - B2 Expert - C1
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In order to correctly learn a foreign language you mustn't have "a hair in the hand". We know that's not your case!
Another idiom: especially don't faint doing the exercises!!!
Quickly, climb in the chariot of Patrick Moya, our favorite artist from Nice, and don't be the fifth wheel!
Bonjour de France brings you a new idiomatic expression illustrated by Jean-Luc Desset, artist from Nice.
It's pointless to put yourself "in rows of onions" to succeed the DELF!!!