] canon (m) - hot, very attractive person capote (f) / chapeau / gant (m) - condom choper / emballer / embarquer quelqu'un - to succesfully seduce / pick up someone draguer / flirter - to flirt en cloque - pregnant / "knocked up" se faire jeter / se prendre une veste - to get denied, turned down gars / mec / type / bonhomme / keum - guy, man jules - boyfriend, lover kiffer - to like lové - cuddly, snuggly larguer / plaquer - to leave, dump (a person) mater quelqu'un - to check out (someone) moche - ugly nana / nénette / minette / gonzesse / meuf - woman, girl, chick se remettre de quelqu'un - to get over someone rencard (m) - date rouler un patin / une pelle à quelqu'un - to French kiss someone poser un lapin à quelqu'un - to stand someone up (for a date) tripoter / peloter - to grope, fondle If you enjoy the tutorials, then please consider buying French, Informal French, Italian, Spanish, German, Swedish, or Dutch Language Tutorials as a PDF e-book with free mp3s and free lifetime updates.
French, among a few other languages, is known to be beautiful, romantic, and poetic.
Yet another French tradition is a sort of complaining.
People adore the way French sounds and would love to speak the language of love to the person of their interest.
Because French is such a romantic language, flirting might be something that pops into your mind when thinking of reasons to speak French.
I did the same thing as a girl, talking about my boyfriend (actually existing or not) early on in the conversation. And some people are just not faithful, but contrary to popular opinion, it’s not worse in France than anywhere else (and several studies demonstrate it). It’s in our genes and it’s socially accepted in France.
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