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French Expressions: Au contraire
The equivalent to '"quite the contrary" in English, "au contraire" can be modified to better fit in a sentence or emphasized with the addition of a couple of key words. This lesson shows you how. #lawlessfrench #learnfrench #frenchteacher #French
French Expressions: De rien
"De rien" is one way to respond to someone thanking you. But there are other expressions that leave an even better impression. This lesson proposes 3 alternatives to "de rien" that exude graciousness. #learnfrench #frenchteacher #French #lawlessfrench
French Expressions: Quoi de neuf ?
Rather than say "comment ça va", a French friend approaches you and asks, "quoi de neuf"? Do you know how to respond? In this kind of exchange, "ça va bien" doesn't cut it. If you have news, share it. But if nothing new is happening in your world, answer with one of these classic responses. #learnfrench #frenchexpressions #lawlessfrench