Les petites choses font les grandes. Little things make a big difference.

It’s simple: the more you get exposed to a language, the quicker you learn it! French tuition is a must, but what can you do on top of it to get ahead and get some Frenchness in your life? Here are some French For You tips: Play house with French. The more you invite a foreign language into your daily life, the more your brain will consider it something useful and worth caring about. Label every object in your house in French, read French kids’ books… Let technology help you out. Resetting the language on your phone can help you learn new words right away. Ditto for changing the language on your browser. Do it “en français”! Watch undubbed versions of your favorite French movies. Change the

Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité.

You might have recently noticed in the media that the national motto of France, "Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité", has seen a renewed popularity amongst the French people. This motto reminds us of the founding values of France. It has become a symbol of the République, just like Marianne and the tricolour flag. Every French person knows these three complementary words as they are engraved on the facade of schools, universities and town halls. But do you know where this motto comes from and what it really means? Originated from the "Révolution Française" in 1789, "Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité" was just one of the several battle cries of that era. And, just like many revolutionary symbols, it

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