Next session: 4th of December 2021
10am – 12pm
£24 per session
This workshop is designed to improve and prepare you for the DELF B1 exam. Each step of the exam will be looked at with a detailed presentation of the different tips, techniques, and advice in order to succeed.
Next session: 27th of November 2021
10am – 12pm
£24 per session
This workshop is designed to improve and prepare you for the DELF B2 exam. Each step of the exam will be looked at with a detailed presentation of the different tips, techniques, and advice in order to succeed.
This workshop is designed to help your French pronunciation with the aim of mirroring your accent to that of a mother-tongue speaker. With different exercises, we shall work on dialogues, poetry and songs as to improve your oral skills.
/Le savoir-faire de l'Alliance Française Cambridge/ 👨🍳👩🍳 This week, discover Roquefort, a blue mould cheese that either love or hate (some say it’s our Marmite).
Roquefort is easily recognisable thanks to its blue veins stretching across its moist and crumbly body. It is creamy and aromatic, complex and intense, with sharp and tangy nuances. Even though some other cheeses might be close in flavour, Roquefort is actually protected by EU law. Only cheeses aged in the natural Combalou caves of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon may bear the name Roquefort, as it is a recognised geographical indication, often labeled as a “protected designation of origin” (AOP).
The long-awaited Tokyo Summer Olympics began last Friday! For the occasion, we decided to focus on Teddy Riner, one of the biggest star of the French team for these Olympic Games. After reigning supreme over his discipline for many years, the giant from Guadeloupe has discovered the taste of defeat. But not to the point of getting used to it.. After his two gold medals won in London and Rio, the heavyweight champion (+100kg) intends to add a third to his list of achievements. To enter a little more into the legend. He is expected on 30 July on the tatami of Tokyo, from 4am. Before a possible quarter-final at 6.12am, a semi-final at 10.51am and the final at 11.59am (French time). ... See MoreSee Less
Learn French with l'Alliance Française Cambridge! 🇫🇷 This week, learn the idiom ”L’habit ne fait pas le moine” 🧥 Literally translated as ”clothes don’t make a monk”, this French idiom actually means that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover! #Frenchidiom #French #expression#Learnfrench #Alliancefrançaise ... See MoreSee Less
// Les adresses de l’Alliance française de Cambridge // This week, we are starting a a new series on our social media: our recommended addresses in Cambridge ! Indeed, l’Alliance Française has partnerships with businesses in Cambridge, and we have negotiated disocunts for our members. This week’s highlight is food related and will allow you to travel to a classic Alsatian restaurant even though you’ll be in the heart of Cambridge ! Welcome to Amélie, which offers Flam-kuche, a « yeast-free, mega thin, mega tasty flatbread from the East of France ». If you come on behalf of the Alliance you will enjoy a 10% discount ! Meet you there for lunch? 😋
/Les recettes de l'Alliance Française Cambridge/ 👨🍳👩🍳This week, learn how to make quatre-quart, a French classic for when you have « un petit creux » (feeling peckish) 😋INGREDIENTS3 eggs; Flour; Sugar; Butter; Lemon juice ; Vanilla extract; Salt INSTRUCTIONS: Weigh the eggs, and then take the same weight of butter, sugar and flour. Beat the egg yolks with the sugar, and pour in the melted butter, then the flour in small quantities and finally the whites of the eggs beaten until stiff. Add a pinch of salt. Pour into a buttered cake tin and bake for 45 minutes at 160°C (gas mark 5-6); keep a close eye on the baking. Flavour the batter with vanilla extract or lemon zest. #frenchfood #frenchcuisine#cake#yummy#frenchfood#savoirfaire#France#frenchculture#Alliance Française #food#quatrequart... See MoreSee Less