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15 French Idioms & Funny Phrases (+ What They Really Mean)

15 French Idioms & Funny Phrases (+ What They Really Mean)

Just like in English, there are a lot of French idioms and phrases that don't quite translate. Some are fairly easy to figure out (for example, someone who "drinks like a hole," is drinking a great deal). Others are less obvious, especially when you are just starting to learn French. Here are some of the strangest French idioms and phrases you're likely to come across in an otherwise normal conversation. 15 French Idioms & Funny Phrases … Read More

15 French Idioms & Funny Phrases (+ What They Really Mean)
Just like in English, there are a lot of French idioms and phrases that don't quite translate. Some are fairly easy to figure out (for example, someone who "drinks like a hole," is drinking a great deal). Others are less obvious, especially when you are just starting to learn French. Here are some of the strangest French idioms and phrases you're likely to come across in an otherwise normal conversation. 15 French Idioms & Funny Phrases
The 5 Best Korean Books for Language Students
When you're taking Korean lessons, it's great to have some study materials to supplement your learning. Here Korean teacher Keulin H. shares the best books to help you learn how to speak Korean... Interested in learning Korean, but not
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German Grammar: Solving False Cognates
German grammar can be difficult to master. Below, German teacher Noel S. shares a list of the most common false cognates, as well as exercises you can do to m

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