Expressions - FLE

the words cut see bottoms up are in black and white
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Cul sec ! (literally: butt dry) | Bottoms up! | /ky sɛk/
a blue background with the words to sulk
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a bunch of stickers with different types of fruits and vegetables written in french on them
Food expressions avec des fruits et des légumes
an orange background with the words quii de neuf? - what's new?
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the words se faire dublier to keep a low profile
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a poster with the words expressions in french and an image of a cloud on it
Et bien avec ça on ne peut pas dire quon ne savait pas!!! ahaahaha
an old french menu with the words 5 ways to say goodbye in french
Raisons d'Être: Archive
a beintot!
a blue background with the words nimporte qui and whatever on it
some type of font with different types of words on it's back side, including the
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the words are written in black and white on a gray background that says, se mettre le doit dans'eiel to be entirely mistaken
Se mettre le doigt dans l'oeil = To be entirely mistaken (Lit: To put one's finger in one's eye)
the words in french are black and white
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(To have the memory of an elephant)
the words je neurs de fam are in black and white
Je meurs de faim (literally: I'm dying of hunger) | I'm starving | /ʒə mœʁ də fɛ̃/
the words are written in white on a dark blue background, and there is an image of
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