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[New York en français] Last Day 50% OFF Special

It’s the last day when you can still register for one of my NYC conversation 1-on-1’s.…Continue

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Started Nov 16, 2014

4 FREE Parisian French classes on Skype

Alô, mes amis!This month I am giving away 4 classes for any referral that I receive.Either that, or $100 Amazon gift card.Make your choice! ;)Merci beaucoup,Llyane…Continue

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Started Sep 7, 2013

Parisian French by Skype - Back to School Special

Bonjour, mon cher ami!I’ll be short and sweet :)Book 15 Skype classes with me TODAY and I will throw in 3 additional…Continue

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Started Sep 5, 2013

Summer Contest – Le concours parisien d’été

Bonjour! I had a contest that ended up being very... competitive :) I would like some feedback…Continue

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Started Jul 31, 2013

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The surprising La Môme Piaf

Édith Piaf had what we all have inside of us, only we can't express it.That's why we needed her to be the story teller and to enchant us with her songs and her soul.Born Édith Giovanna Gassion on the 19 December 1915, she sang her love, loss and sorrow in songs like "La Vie en rose" , "Non, je ne regrette rien", "Hymne à l'amour" , "Milord", "La Foule" , "l'Accordéoniste" , and "Padam ... Padam ..." .Some say that she was…See More
Dec 16, 2015
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6 Reasons Behind Paris Attacks

With a heavy heart, I'm writing this for you.I've been on France24 live, and on Twitter - following Agence France Presse (AFP) and la Préfecture de police Paris, relaying critical information to the people who were in need in Paris, and their friends across the world. I've been doing this since Friday evening, when I found the first shocking message in my Facebook feed about Paris being under attack.I though that this was…See More
Nov 15, 2015
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Train attack, Légion d’Honneur and Charlie Hebdo – a charged week in France

So, when we think about Paris, what we see in our mind's eye is tour Eiffel, Champs Élysées, champagne and elegance. Maybe we think about crowded streets, maybe the old buildings and dog poo (yes, this appears to be one of the top inconveniences of people visiting), but we don't imagine guns and blood in a train. Read the article below, for a shift of perspective, and let us know what you think in the comments below. (This week:…See More
Aug 27, 2015
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Aug 12, 2015
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If you want to become bilingual, you must do this

So, are you impatient to be bilingual? You may think that's a rhetorical question, but do you think that you can see the end of the tunnel if you never started to cross it? That's how most people operate without knowing when they decide to take on French. Read the article below to see what you may have been doing wrong all this time and how to fix it, and watch the video for some French worth finishing. (This week: the verb…See More
Aug 5, 2015
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Register to the Summer Contest: Concours parisien d'été: Jour de la Bastille 2015

Hey, hey! Welcome to J'Ouellette® Concours d'été 2015! :) How would you like to win an amazing 8 week Parisian experience that prepares you inside and out for your next trip to the City of Light? This is our ninth contest, and the more popular this contest gets, the more people are coming to participate, so you should too! We had 8 contests so far (one every season), and today we prepare to discover…See More
Jul 13, 2015
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Register to the Summer Contest: Concours parisien d'été: Jour de la Bastille 2015

Hey, hey! Welcome to J'Ouellette® Concours d'été 2015! :) How would you like to win an amazing 8 week Parisian experience that prepares you inside and out for your next trip to the City of Light? This is our ninth contest, and the more popular this contest gets, the more people are coming to participate, so you should too! We had 8 contests so far (one every season), and today we prepare to discover…See More
Jul 11, 2015
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French banned from Canada and the US?

By Llyane, on July 1st, 2015 I waited for July 1st, so that I can write this on Canada Day – in 3 days we’ll have Independence Day – so close to each other – so I thought I’d write about something they both have in common.Read the article below to find out the full story, and watch the video for something to talk about.(This week: the verb PARLER – to talk) (Learn the pronunciation of all the tenses…See More
Jul 2, 2015
Llyane Stanfield commented on Llyane Stanfield's blog post 'Are the French rude to the American tourists?'
"Tout à fait, Paul-André ! Apparemment M. Laurent Fabius n'est pas d'accord :)"
Jun 26, 2015
Paul-André Tournadre commented on Llyane Stanfield's blog post 'Are the French rude to the American tourists?'
"A quel endroit cette photo a été faite? En tout cas cette pancarte est amusante. Elle est écrite en français et s'adresse à tous les clients désagréables, qu'ils soient français ou…"
Jun 26, 2015
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Are the French rude to the American tourists?

By Llyane, on June 23rd, 2015 So have you ever heard anyone complaining that the French are rude?It has become a common stereotype, no?The mystery is if there’s any truth to this myth or if it’s all blown out of proportions by the complainers among us.Check out the article below to find out some answers triggered by this week’s events, and watch the video for some French  with no complaints! :) The…See More
Jun 25, 2015
Llyane Stanfield posted a blog post

Are the French rude to the American tourists?

By Llyane, on June 23rd, 2015 So have you ever heard anyone complaining that the French are rude?It has become a common stereotype, no?The mystery is if there’s any truth to this myth or if it’s all blown out of proportions by the complainers among us.Check out the article below to find out some answers triggered by this week’s events, and watch the video for some French  with no complaints! :) The…See More
Jun 24, 2015
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20 places you must see in Paris

By Llyane, on June 16th, 2015 So have you ever found yourself overwhelmed by big crowds that you just wanted to run and escape?Sometimes big cities can have that effect, no? Especially in Paris, everywhere you turn it seems there’s a tourist attraction!Check out the article below for 20 overlooked attractions that are perfect to escape the crowds and watch the video for some French you can run to!(This week: the verb…See More
Jun 18, 2015
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Why you shouldn’t go to Paris

By Llyane, on June 9th, 2015 So, Paris is not the city you should visit.Let me explain. I read an article the other day that started like this:“Don’t expect Paris to always live up to its glossy, Hollywood-manufactured image. It’s also a gritty, imperfect, smelly place, with thousands of years of bloody, tumultuous history.”It triggered my curiosity.Read the article below for more on this, and watch the video…See More
Jun 10, 2015
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Love locks: Millions are heartbroken today

By Llyane, on June 2nd, 2015The Pont des Arts or Passerelle des Arts is a pedestrian bridge in Paris which crosses la Seine. It links the Institut de France and the central square (cour carrée) of the Palais du Louvre, (called “Palais des Arts” under the First French Empire).You’d think that the bridge was very old, but the present structure is only 31 years of age – rebuilt in 1984, using the same plans of the…See More
Jun 4, 2015
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Love locks: Millions are heartbroken today

By Llyane, on June 2nd, 2015The Pont des Arts or Passerelle des Arts is a pedestrian bridge in Paris which crosses la Seine. It links the Institut de France and the central square (cour carrée) of the Palais du Louvre, (called “Palais des Arts” under the First French Empire).You’d think that the bridge was very old, but the present structure is only 31 years of age – rebuilt in 1984, using the same plans of the…See More
Jun 3, 2015

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I am fascinated by languages and their role in human communication. I live in Toronto, New York and Paris. I'm an actor and an online French tutor.

I am on a quest to perfecting my standard English (if someone wonders, yes, there is such a thing) :) and I spend most of my time nurturing my J'Ouellette French learning Method.

Llyane
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The surprising La Môme Piaf

la môme piaf

Édith Piaf had what we all have inside of us, only we can't express it.

That's why we needed her to be the story teller and to enchant us with her songs and her soul.

Born Édith Giovanna Gassion on the 19 December 1915, she sang her love, loss and sorrow in songs like "La Vie en rose" , "Non, je ne regrette rien", "Hymne à l'amour" , "Milord", "La Foule"…

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Posted on December 16, 2015 at 12:00am

6 Reasons Behind Paris Attacks

With a heavy heart, I'm writing this for you.

I've been on France24 live, and on Twitter - following Agence France Presse (AFP) and la Préfecture de police Paris, relaying critical information to the people who were in need in Paris, and their friends across the world. I've been doing this since Friday evening, when I found the first shocking message in my Facebook feed about Paris being under…

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Posted on November 15, 2015 at 5:05am

Train attack, Légion d’Honneur and Charlie Hebdo – a charged week in France

So, when we think about Paris, what we see in our mind's eye is tour Eiffel, Champs Élysées, champagne and elegance.



Maybe we think about crowded streets, maybe the old buildings and dog poo (yes, this appears to be one of the top inconveniences of people visiting), but we don't imagine guns and blood in a train.



Read the article below, for a shift…

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Posted on August 27, 2015 at 12:30pm

Jump to the next level by using this



So, do you make language learning about sitting at a desk, reading from a textbook?

Do you feel that all the fun and passion are drained away?

And French language should be all about fun and passion, no?

With my method, you'll open the doors to the adventure of French language learning.

Read the article below to see just some of…

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Posted on August 12, 2015 at 5:51pm

 
 
 

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