Links we love

Each week we share five links which help keep us connected to the world of French, study, travel and francophile Melbourne life. Check in every Monday morning (Melbourne time) for more. 1. Les 10 fautes d’orthographe les plus courantes (et comment

Links we love

Each week we share five links which help keep us connected to the world of French, study, travel and francophile Melbourne life. Check in every Monday morning (Melbourne time) for more. 1. Les 10 fautes d’orthographe les plus courantes (et comment

French regional languages

French is far from the only native language of France! From Hexagonal languages such as Basque and Breton to offshore tongues like Corsican, the linguistic landscape of France is far from uniform. The following is an introduction to some  French regional languages:

French regional languages

French is far from the only native language of France! From Hexagonal languages such as Basque and Breton to offshore tongues like Corsican, the linguistic landscape of France is far from uniform. The following is an introduction to some  French regional languages:

Links we love

Each week we share five links which help keep us connected to the world of French, study, travel and francophile Melbourne life. Check in every Monday morning (Melbourne time) for more. 1. Your pocket-sized guide to French philosophy: Voltaire. 2. The

Links we love

Each week we share five links which help keep us connected to the world of French, study, travel and francophile Melbourne life. Check in every Monday morning (Melbourne time) for more. 1. Your pocket-sized guide to French philosophy: Voltaire. 2. The

Last week to catch Somewhere in France

This week is your last chance to catch the brilliant World War One exhibition in the Baillieu Library at the University of Melbourne, Somewhere in France. The fruit of unique archival research, the exhibition features a collection of stories, images and mementos from

Last week to catch Somewhere in France

This week is your last chance to catch the brilliant World War One exhibition in the Baillieu Library at the University of Melbourne, Somewhere in France. The fruit of unique archival research, the exhibition features a collection of stories, images and mementos from

Links we love

Each week we share five links which help keep us connected to the world of French, study, travel and francophile Melbourne life. Check in every Monday morning (Melbourne time) for more. 1. 12 historical events that shaped Paris. 2. Welcome to the

Links we love

Each week we share five links which help keep us connected to the world of French, study, travel and francophile Melbourne life. Check in every Monday morning (Melbourne time) for more. 1. 12 historical events that shaped Paris. 2. Welcome to the

Fête de la Musique Melbourne, June 16-19

The Alliance Française’s annual Fête de la Musique is coming to Melbourne this month! Book your tickets here. From the Alliance site: Presented by the Alliance Française Melbourne, France Alumni and hosted by DJ Edd Fisher, a key figure in Melbourne’s music

Fête de la Musique Melbourne, June 16-19

The Alliance Française’s annual Fête de la Musique is coming to Melbourne this month! Book your tickets here. From the Alliance site: Presented by the Alliance Française Melbourne, France Alumni and hosted by DJ Edd Fisher, a key figure in Melbourne’s music

Links we love

Each week we share five links which help keep us connected to the world of French, study, travel and francophile Melbourne life. Check in every Monday morning (Melbourne time) for more. 1. The most beautiful village in France – Saint Cirq

Links we love

Each week we share five links which help keep us connected to the world of French, study, travel and francophile Melbourne life. Check in every Monday morning (Melbourne time) for more. 1. The most beautiful village in France – Saint Cirq

“Bonjour.” “Hello.”

If you’re travelling, sometimes the tiniest effort to speak the native language can make all the difference. Here’s how to greet others in twenty-one languages. Infographic courtesy of Living Language.

“Bonjour.” “Hello.”

If you’re travelling, sometimes the tiniest effort to speak the native language can make all the difference. Here’s how to greet others in twenty-one languages. Infographic courtesy of Living Language.

Links we love

Each week we share five links which help keep us connected to the world of French, study, travel and francophile Melbourne life. Check in every Monday morning (Melbourne time) for more. 1. ‘Navigating feelings’ in the French Revolution. 2. Mentoring in

Links we love

Each week we share five links which help keep us connected to the world of French, study, travel and francophile Melbourne life. Check in every Monday morning (Melbourne time) for more. 1. ‘Navigating feelings’ in the French Revolution. 2. Mentoring in

Cannes 2016: Ken Loach, Jean-Pierre Léaud and Xavier Dolan win

In a second win for the British director Ken Loach, his I, Daniel Blake has picked up the Palme d’or, the most prestigious award at the Cannes Film Festival. The film follows a widowed Manchester carpenter who must turn to

Cannes 2016: Ken Loach, Jean-Pierre Léaud and Xavier Dolan win

In a second win for the British director Ken Loach, his I, Daniel Blake has picked up the Palme d’or, the most prestigious award at the Cannes Film Festival. The film follows a widowed Manchester carpenter who must turn to