Living France - - LANGUAGE -

Mean­ing ‘flea’, puce has many var­ied mean­ings. It means ‘com­puter chip’ ( une carte à puce is ‘a chip and pin card’) and also means ‘bul­let point’. Ma puce af­fec­tion­ately means ‘dar­ling’ or ‘sweet­heart’. Met­tre la puce à l’or­eille de quelqu’un means ‘to plant an idea in some­body’s head’, and is of­ten a warn­ing, e.g. ‘to arouse some­one’s sus­pi­cion’ or ‘plant the seeds of doubt’.


Paris Langues of­fers you the op­por­tu­nity to learn French in the heart of the French cap­i­tal at their lan­guage school in the 14th ar­rondisse­ment. The classes are taught in small groups of be­tween eight and 10 peo­ple to en­sure good progress. The lan­guage classes are com­bined with cul­tural work­shops and lin­guis­tic tu­to­ri­als, and be­cause stu­dents live and study on-site, there is plenty of time for prac­tice. Cour­ses are avail­able for all lev­els, from begin­ner to ad­vanced, and there are also spe­cial­ist cour­ses aimed at spe­cific groups, such as au pairs and busi­ness peo­ple. www.paris­langues.com

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