5 Easy French Expressions That Help You Sound Like A Local

Written by on November 9, 2016 in French Language, Learn French

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French Expressions in every day use

In this video, there are some sentences that the French really use in everyday life. These are typically French expressions that you’ll hear in friendly conversations, in the streets and cafés. Use them and people will immediately think you’ve been living in France for years!

Learn how to use expressions like “quoi de neuf” (what’s up?), discover how to say the phrases properly and know what kind of situation is appropriate and how to answer them!

So, if you’d like to fit in and sound like you’ve really made an effort, which of course you have by watching the video – and speak French like the French do – enjoy the lesson:

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