In this list, we’ve compiled the most romantic, swoon-worthy French words, phrases, and expressions.You can use this to woo your This list is also available in PDF format if you sign-up to the newsletter.Frederic Bibard is the founder of Talk in French, a company that helps french learners to practice and improve their french. The dating game requires enough guesswork without the added complication of a language barrier.Be sure to use these words properly so you won't end up breaking any hearts!For more French phrases, get your copy of French Phrasebook below. TO ASK SOMEONE OUT - to ask someone to go on a date with you; to ask someone (who you are attracted to) to meet you for a drink, coffee, etc. TO BREAK UP - to stop seeing each other; to end a (romantic) relationship.
The game then reinforces what they have learned from filling in the boxes.
This term has been used since the 19th century and is still popular today.
Example: Paul had a crush on Sophie since first grade.
A name card is attached to the back collar of all the students by student helpers.
The use of student helpers greatly speeds up the process of attaching name cards to 30 something students and is highly recommended.
I generally have the students fill in the boxes of the name cards that have been printed on regular paper and handed out before doing the game.