Learning French

If you’ve been meaning to improve your French, online course providers are offering up to six months’ free tuition during the coronavirus lockdown which will help you and your family brush up on your language skills in no time

Retired but not tired? Retiring but not shy? A move to France could be a great chance to get fit, learn new skills and take time to care for yourself and others, says Ruth Wood

Learning French as a family is a great way to encourage everyone to make progress with their language skills, which in turn will make settling in to life in France that much easier

Struggling to feel at home in your French community? If you don’t have a local expat support group, you could always set one up yourself, suggests Sally Dixon

Wish people a Joyeuses Pâques and tuck into your oeuf de Pâques with these 18 French words and phrases to celebrate Easter à la française

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