Objets insolites – à quoi ça sert?

Objets insolites – à quoi ça sert?

Do you know these unusual objects? This week in the blog, we are asking you to find out their names and what they are for (ce à quoi ils servent): Try and guess (devinez) and scroll down (faites défiler) to see the answers (les réponses): 1: 2: 3: 4:   To find...
Un Air de Provence

Un Air de Provence

The summer is drawing to an end, and if you want to bring it back to the UK with you, we have found the perfect way! Our next cooking workshop in French will teach you to cook some dishes from Provence, and then you can bring them back to share with your family or...
Copy of Students visit to Lyon

Copy of Students visit to Lyon

Have you ever thought of going to Lyon? Well, don’t hesitate, GO! ALLEZ-Y! Martine went with her Friday morning class over a long weekend in July, everyone loved it and highly recommends it. Here are some recommendations (quelques conseils) : Visiting le vieux Lyon is...
Book review: La femme au carnet rouge

Book review: La femme au carnet rouge

Have you read La femme au carnet rouge by Antoine Laurain? It is a contemporary fiction which Martine read with her Wednesday evening class this Spring. Here is the outline of the story: A woman, Laure, is attacked late at night and her handbag is stolen (on lui vole...
Harry Potter… en français!

Harry Potter… en français!

Did you think the creatures and characters of Harry Potter were the same in French? Think again! Translators have done a good job of trying to convey the puns (les jeux de mots) in the famous best seller (un livre à succès, but we often use the English word best...
A few last poems by our students

A few last poems by our students

The theme of our competition this year was “Ponts, liens entre deux mondes” – Bridges, link between two worlds. We have received wonderful poems from our students which you will be able to discover on this blog in the next few weeks. Here is Helen’s poem, Le...
Even more beautiful poetry by our students

Even more beautiful poetry by our students

The theme of our competition this year was “Ponts, liens entre deux mondes” – Bridges, link between two worlds. We have received wonderful poems from our students which you will be able to discover on this blog in the next few weeks. Here is Helen’s poem called...
More beautiful poetry by our students

More beautiful poetry by our students

The theme of our competition this year was “Ponts, liens entre deux mondes” – Bridges, link between two worlds. We have received wonderful poems from our students which you will be able to discover on this blog in the next few weeks. This is Robin’s  poem, which...