In today’s episode I wanted to go over both the English and French words “supporter” and their meanings. Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode Un supporter (English pronunciation) = supporter nm supporteur, supportrice supporter une équipe = support, back, cheer on (sports team) (Politics) sympathisant, sympathisante (of idea) défenseur, partisan… Read More →
Discuss the role of supernatural and mythical elements in the representation of childhood in Sylvie Germain's L'Enfant Méduse. Sylvie Germain could have written a straight forward...
From the 4th to 7th centuries, Brythonic -speaking peoples from Cornwall , Devon , and Wales traveled across the English Channel , both for reasons of trade and of flight from the Anglo-Saxon invasions of England. They established themselves in Armorica . Their language became Breton in more recent centuries, giving French bijou "jewel" (< Breton bizou from biz "finger") and menhir (< Breton maen "stone" and hir "long").
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