French Language notes - June 2019

A l’aise, Blaise... and other names to drop

Assonance – the resemblance of words, syllables or vowel sounds, and often found in poetry – is a source of several phrases that anyone who grew up in 1970s France might still use today if they wish to be amusing in certain social ...

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