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The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. You can even converser en français. But can you also jacasser (chatter), radoter (ramble on), cancaner (gossip), and faire du boucan (make a racket)? Vive les verbes français! is packed with thousands of verbs and verbal phrases conveniently grouped by theme and subject.
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Vive le Québec libre!" was a controversial phrase in a speech delivered by President Charles de Gaulle of France on July 24, 1967, during an official visit to Canada under the pretext of attending Expo 67 in Montreal, Quebec. While giving an address to a large crowd from a balcony at Montreal City Hall, he uttered "Vive Montréal ! Vive le Québec !" ("Long live Montreal, Long live Quebec!") and then added, followed by loud applause, "Vive le Québec.
Translations in context of "vive les vacances" in French-English from Reverso Context .
Vive les vacances, au diable les pénitences. Vive le ski pour les vacances de février : réservez votre appartement ! Let's go skiing for the French winter holidays: book your apartment! Beauty tips': en vacances, vive les lingettes ! Beauty tips: on holiday, wipes always win!
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Are you sure you want to remove Vive Les Jouets (Vive/Let's) from your list? Vive Les Jouets (Vive/Let's). Published June 25, 1997 by Two-Can Publishing, In. .
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Vive Le Tour! Where to watch. An incredible documentary can do that in under twenty minutes, with little dialogue, hardly any music, and on a subject one knows nothing about. Vive Le Tour! 1962 Directed by Louis Malle. This is an excellent short documentary from French New Wave legend Louis Malle, which attempts to document the 1962 Tour de France in all of its rigor and heart-pounding glory. Knowing very little about the Tour de France (and cycling in general), I’ll admit that the only reason I watched this was due to its short run time. In terms of what it is, Louis Malle’s Vive le Tour! is an incredible documentary.