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A SITE DESIGNED FOR FRENCH TEACHERS, FRENCH LEARNERS, AND FRENCH CULTURE ENTHUSIASTS

Are you crazy about all things French? Then you’re in the right place. Since our inception, in 2011, we’ve reached millions of visitors across the globe! Yet, our mission has remained the same: share awesome information about France and its language. We hope you’ll join us for the ride.

John Elkhoury

Founder of FrenchCrazy Media

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Since 2011, we’ve published tons of articles. Come enjoy our most recent tidbits:

Peugeot Vows to Return to the USA

Peugeot Vows to Return to the USA

French Automaker Peugeot (pronounced: pueh-zjo) has vowed to return to the U.S. auto market with projections of having vehicles in the country by time the year 2026. Peugeot is part of the PSA auto group which also owns car brands like Citroën, DS, Opel (sold by GM),...

The Yellow Vest Movement Explained

The Yellow Vest Movement Explained

Back in December of 2018, I was in Paris and got firsthand views of the Yellow Vest Movement, known in French as Le Mouvement des Gilet Jaunes. Thousands of protesters filled the streets accompanied by an equally larger police presence. Signs of discord and...

Ta Fête English Translation – Stromae

Ta Fête English Translation – Stromae

Ta Fête English Translation Reviewed/Translated by Stromae & John Elkhoury COMPREHENSION DIFFICULTY: MEDIUM Il est l'heure It's time Fini l'heure de danser It's time to stop dancing Danse, t'inquiète pas, tu vas danser Danse, don't worry, you will be dancing...

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