La Côte de Lumière

La Côte de Lumière

Our teacher Michelle has written the following blog post about her region, La Vendée. Read on, but beware, this might prompt you to book your next holidays! Vous en avez assez de la grisaille (grey and gloomy weather )? Vous avez envie de lumière (light) ? Vous avez...
Rue Jo Cox

Rue Jo Cox

In France, a lot of streets are named after famous people; you have probably come across a rue Voltaire or Victor Hugo if you have ever stepped foot in France, although apparently you might not have encountered a lot of women’s names:  only 2% of street are...
Histoire de Noël II

Histoire de Noël II

Every year, students in Martine’s class have written a short play about Christmas. Don’t miss it, it is very entertaining! This is the second instalment; if you are looking for the first part you will find it here. MARTINE : Une période d’activité...
Histoire de Noël

Histoire de Noël

Every year, students in Martine’s class have written a short play about Christmas. Don’t miss it, it is very entertaining! First instalment this week:   LE GOUVERNEMENT DE NOEL Le Facteur : Mais 26,000 Euros pour son maquillage ?  C’est incroyable....
Do you know who Goscinny was?

Do you know who Goscinny was?

Nearly everyone interested in French language and French culture knows about the cartoons ( les bandes dessinées ou BD) with Astérix and Obélix but not so many people are aware that Goscinny created these characters ( ces personnages) although his name appears on each...