Leçons Françaises

*Disclaimer. I am a forever French Student – not a professor or even a teacher. I love French and I want to share it with people, and that’s all there is to it.

Got something you could teach me? I’d love to hear from you!


Adieu. Farewell.
‘Adieu’ is a final goodbye. It literally translates to ‘to God’ or ‘until God.’ It is used when you don’t expect to see the person again until you die and go to Heaven, hence ‘until God.’
au revoir.
decadent. See in Post
les enfants. [the] children. See in Post
le meilleur.
 the best
Où ? Where?
orgasmique. orgasmic. See in Post
La plage. The beach.
Quoi ? What?
Vraiment ? Really(Truly)?


appétissant. appetizing, delicious.
parched/very thirsty.
au revoir. 
C’est le Paradis! It’s like Heaven! See in Post
Je doute que vous pouvez manger juste l’un !
I doubt you can eat just one! See in Post
Je fais le poulet, pas des fruits de mer! I’m making chicken, not seafood!
Je ne sais quoi. I don’t know what. See in Post
(les) beaux gens. Beautiful people.
La vérité sort de la bouche des enfants. Lit. Truth from the mouth of children. See in Post
Mon Dieu. My God.  (
I know I know, he’s yours too.)
Non ! Absolument pas !
No, absolutely not!
Nos bras meurtris vous tendent le flambeau, à vous toujours de le porter bien haut. To you from failing hands we throw the torch. Be yours to hold it high. See in Post
Plus de sommeil s’il vous plaît. More sleep please.
Quoi ? What?
trés jolie. very pretty. See in Post
Vraiment ? Really(Truly)?



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