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Automne 2018

Bonjour les étudiants,

Welcome to cooler days and a return to fall activities.  My two and a half months in Monflanquin delighted me with wonderful surprises. It's good to know that even after seventeen years of summer visits, MOnflanquin magic still happens. For those curious about the details of my adventures, check out my blog at www.frenchpressjourneys.blogspot.com. Comments appreciated.

Discover these helpful language resources: www.newsinslowfrench.com  and the Duolingo App for French

That's it in an escargot shell. Please write and let me know how you are doing.

Vous êtes formidable!

Amicalement,

— Giselle


MY LITTLE FRENCH VILLAGE is now available on Amazon for $15 which includes shipping and handling.


Recommended Picks:

Cooking Programs
French Cooking at home on the Cooking Channel

Recreational Reading
We've always had Paris and Provence by Patricia and Walter Wells
All You Need To Be Impossibly French by Helena Firth Powell
How Proust Can Change Your Life by Alain de Botton
Into a Paris Quartier
by Diane Johnson
Un aller simple
by Didier van Cauwelaert
L'elegance du herisson by Muriel Barbery
Malaussene Saga by Daniel Pennac
      •  Au bonheur des ogres

      •  La fée carabine
      •  La Petite Marchande de Prose
      •  Monsieur Malaussène
      •  Aux Fruits de la Passion

Cooking
Nuts in the Kitchen by Susan Hermann Loomis

Gorgeously written new cook book by one of our favorite cooks living in France. How to add nuts and nut oils to your cooking in delicious creative ways.

The Little Paris Kitchen by Rachel Khoo

Grammar
Practice Makes Perfect Series includes books on French Vocabulary, French Pronouns and Prepositions, and French Grammar

Dictionaries
The Firefly Mini French/English Visual Dictionary

French Films
Romantics Anonymous
Paris, Je t'aime
Mon Meilleur Ami
Apres vous
Monsieur Ibrahim
Les Choristes

Please send us your favorites and your recommendations and we will include them!


Here are some bread recipes from my sabbatical at the French Culinary Institute in New York City.


Blogs
Americans write about living in Paris and share insights and info  perhaps not readily accessible to tourists
 
short audio recordings to practice listening comprehension.
 
 
 
 
 
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