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That's when you see someone for the second time on the same day. Although it needs to be pointed out "rebonjour" is often said in a kind of jokey way with a smile on your face.

But I had no idea they say so many other bons, which you should really know. The list goes on and on forever. It remains unknown at this point if, when buying candy, the seller says bon bonbon, but they probably do. We all love the sound of French people speaking English, but what you don't realise until you get here is that the feeling is mutual.

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Although we are not sure if this works for natives from all English-speaking countries. The French don't say "cheese" when they are taking a photograph or even "fromage" for that matter. Officially they are meant to utter the word " ouistiti " which is also the name of mogning South American monkey.

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Share this article. In honour of "International Francophonie Day" on March 20th, here's a look at the 23 things you don't find out about the French language until you're actually living in France. When it comes to learning French you really have to be in the country to do it because they are many many things they just don't teach you in school. You'll notice that French people, particularly younger people who dwell in the capital are always casually dropping English words into the middle of their sentences for seemingly no rhyme or reason other than se trendy at the Looking to see what is out there on this thursday morning.

One minute they'll be chattering away in their mother tongue and the next they'll be saying something's "un peu too much" a bit too much or something shocking might be described " completement what the fuck ". Or another common habit is to use the expression "so Britiiiish" in English when describing ou from across the Channel.

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In other words you've learned French and then you get over here and find that half their sentences are peppered with English. Admit it, were you ever left totally confused after listening to a conversation in French and hearing them use the word "si" instead of "oui"? As you probably know the Spanish word for "yes" is "si" but the French also use it to say "yes" as well?

It also means "if" in French just to add to the confusion. Basically it can be used oh answer "yes" to a negative question " Vous tihs pas au travail aujourd'hui? Perhaps the first word we are ever taught in French is Bonjour. Perhaps the second word we are taught in French is "Au Revoir" which of course means goodbye, but you'll be surprised how sed it is used in Looking to see what is out there on this thursday morning.

Most people Lokking "Salut" when they are saying goodbye but among friends you'll soon get used to saying "bisous" which basically means "kisses". Oh and that word you learned in school: But have you ever heard a French person laugh like this in real life?

No, nor have we. They laugh just as everyone else does… by laughing. As the guys at the Earful Tower point out, you'll need to stock up on your "bons" when you come to France.

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The French don't just communicate with words. The stereotype of the French being a nation of gesticulators is somewhat true. But it's not just that they love a good gesture it's that until you are in the country of shrugs and shoulders you don't realise that the French have their very own Gallic gestures for communicating. And they need deciphering see video below. Gesticular troubles in France: Common Gallic gestures explained.

The chances are that if you've spent any time in France you've heard the word 'putain' or "Puuuuuuutaaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiin! But it's not one you'll learn at school. You probably learnt merde! For more on "Putain" read: An ode to the greatest French swear word.

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Let's not even talk about the Quebecois, whom you'll likely need an interpreter for. You can live in Paris for years and speak fluent French, but be prepared to feel like a beginner when you venture into the far corners of France. It really shouldn't be surprising given that they have their own oanguage but when you hear for the ifirst time the French versions of certansounds, you'll be taken aback.

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Of course it also makes sense that the French have their own animal sounds. For example roosters don't say Cock-a-doodle-do, they say cocorico!

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This list from Fluentu has them all. Except you soon realise that no one actually says it in France and the same goes for Zut alors!

In fact it's not just the mythical swear words that the French don't actually use. And meuf, which comes from the French backwards slang Verlan it's femme backwardsis simply the female equivalent. Merci is Cimer. You may have used it without even knowing — the singer Stromae is Verlan for Oit, the word Meuf comes from Femme woman or girlfriend … and the word Verlan itself… yep, it comes from L'envers reverse.

France's backwards language you need to learn. You might find it strange when you realise that such a common word is a contentious issue in France.

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Mademoiselle is considered by some as sexist because it separates married women from single ones when the same distinction isn't applied to men. This has led to the word being banned from French administrative forms with feminist groups saying they want it mornning out altogether. There shouldn't be a problem using it if you're talking to a young woman but use with caution in other instances.

You'd be forgiven for thinking "oui" isn't one of the words you'll struggle with when you're in France. But once here, you'll be confronted with all kinds of variations from the clipped "oui" you're familiar with to a more casual sounding "ouaaaaaaaaii" pronounced almost ghere waaaayyyy which can vary in length. Naturally this can lead to some confusion for the foreigners in town.

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It might sound like "whhhoui" or "wheeee" we have no idea how to spell it. Avoid trying to do it as you might swallow your chewing gum.

But you can see how it's done in the video below. It would have been great at school if they'd taught us some of the fantastic expressions the French use, because there are lots and they use them frequently. They have expressions for sexobviously and they have expressions for insulting peopleobviously: French expressions for having sex they won't teach you at school.

What you'll hear far more often is what sounds like "Or lorr lorr" as someone reacts to something they don't like or if they are shocked. It can also be used positively in which case it is more like "oh la la".

For a more detailed explanation of the Oh la la conundrum click below. Once you settle in and make some French friends and inevitably starting texting each other Looking to see what is out there on this thursday morning people do these days then you'll need to learn a whole new subset of terms.

But there are many more. Comme d'habitude, D'accord and restaurant are more than shortened to comme d'hab, D'ac and resto. Tyis you want to blend in then best learn them. French slang shortcuts you'll need to blend in.

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