EXPRESSIONS DU FRANÇAIS

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L'EXPRESSION DE LA SEMAINE Ne pas y aller par quatre chemins. Traduction = ne pas hésiter, aller droit au but. Connaissez-vous d'autres expressions...

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Avoir une très mauvaise vue

Avoir la banane"? Arborer un grand sourire. Ap French, Core French, Learn French, French Teaching Resources, Teaching French, Classroom Posters, Classroom Displays, French Quotes, French Sayings

Avoir la banane"? Arborer un grand sourire.

"Jeter des fleurs à quelqu'un" → To throw flowers to someone. French Phrases, French Quotes, French Sayings, Ap French, Learn French, French Stuff, Expression Imagée, Teaching Schools, Teaching Ideas

complimenter, flattter

Appeler les choses par leur nom ; dire les choses franchement, sans circonlocution. Expression Imagée, French Quotes, French Sayings, Teaching Schools, Teaching Ideas, Ap French, Learn To Speak French, Idiomatic Expressions, French Expressions
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Appeler les choses par leur nom ; dire les choses franchement, sans circonlocution.

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Are you feeling lucky today? "Tomber du ciel"→ To fall out of the sky. This expression is used when something happens in a good timing. Expression Imagée, Expression Populaire, Classroom Displays, Classroom Ideas, French Grammar, French Expressions, French Phrases, French Class, Idioms

Arriver au moment opportun, inopinément.

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Quand il y a du bruit, ou de la musique trop forte, et que ça nous gêne, on peut utiliser l'expression "Ça me casse les oreilles" ! Core French, French Class, French Lessons, French Expressions, Pays Francophone, French Quotes, French Sayings, French Education, French Resources

Quand il y a du bruit, ou de la musique trop forte, et que ça nous gêne, on peut utiliser l'expression "Ça me casse les oreilles" !