Tag: French

Les antonomases en français: ces noms de marques tombés dans le langage courant

Une antonomase est une figure de style consistant à remplacer un nom commun par un nom propre ou, plus rarement, inversement.  Très souvent l’utilisation du…

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The winning poem of our poetry contest!

We are glad to publish the winning poem of our poetry contest! Congratulations from the Team at the French Cultural Center to author Samantha Schmidt.…

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Fun with French Idiomatic Expressions, Part 2

If there’s one thing that France is famous for, it has to be the delicious food! The French are known for their baguettes, cheeses, wines,…

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Meet Judith Solar

We love our members! In fact, we love them so much that we want you to get to know them and share in our community.…

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Parlez Québecois !

New Englanders are lucky to have a Francophone region a quick plane or scenic car ride away.  While many of us dream of visiting the…

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Meet Tom Moon

We love our members! In fact, we love them so much that we want you to get to know them and share in our community.…

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Meet Nader Yaghoubi and Gigi Shafai Yaghoubi

We love our members! In fact, we love them so much that we want you to get to know them and share in our community.…

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Abbreviation Adventures in French

LOL, YOLO, ILY, LMK- these are some of the abbreviations you may see in the US on social media or in text messages these days…

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Meet Christopher Smith

We love our members! In fact, we love them so much that we want you to get to know them and share in our community.…

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If Not for the Center...

I’m not a professional fundraiser and never thought that I would be writing an “annual appeal letter,” but when asked to do so for the…

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