Advanced - B2

FLE exercises

You understand the essential content of concrete or abstract subjects in a complex text, including a technical discussion in your specialty. You communicate with a degree of spontaneity and fluency such that a conversation with a native speaker does not with tension neither for one nor the other. You can express yourself clearly and in detail on a wide range of topics, give an opinion on a topical subject and explain the advantages and disadvantages of different possibilities.

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Understanding a Breton legend
B2

Understanding a Breton legend

Discover the story of fairies, of druids and of wizards in Brittany. A fabulous way to enter the regional culture of France!

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FOS (Français sur objectif spécifique): the secretary's job
B2

FOS (Français sur objectif spécifique): the secretary's job

A video, three exercises for the secretary's job!! What a treat... You need a great adaptability for this job.

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Understanding a coverage: the luxury industry in France
B2

Understanding a coverage: the luxury industry in France

Here is an exercise to discover French news through a column by France Info, a reputable French radio station!

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The uses of the subjunctive, level B2.
B2

The uses of the subjunctive, level B2.

Do you know that the subjunctive mood is used to express doubt, hope and therefore love? It's motivating, isn't it?

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Understanding an interview: did you say 'Made in France'?
B2

Understanding an interview: did you say 'Made in France'?

Want to refine your French speaking skills? Listen carefully while watching the video that follows and answer the questions!

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Reading comprehension exercise: counterfeiting B1
B2

Reading comprehension exercise: counterfeiting B1

My first is an article by the newspaper Nice-Matin, my second are some exercises and the overall is improving your French.

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To have your back against the wall (
B2

To have your back against the wall ("Êter au pied du mur", literally "To be at the foot of the wall")

Bonjour de France brings you a new idiomatic expression illustrated by Jean-Luc Desset, artist from Nice.

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Lined up like toy soldiers (
B2

Lined up like toy soldiers ("En rang d'onions", literally "In rows of onions")

It's pointless to put yourself "in rows of onions" to succeed the DELF!!!

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A news item, understanding the French press
B2

A news item, understanding the French press

On the city theme, Bonjour de France suggests you browse through a news item in the French press: a theft at Hermès.

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