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9 FRENCH HABITS THAT I'VE PICKED UP | Becoming French | Expat in Paris


11 Spanish Habits I've Picked Up! ????????????‍♂️

Am I becoming Spanish? Over the 8 years I’ve picked up a number of Spanish habits. And in this video we list them out - tackling everything from corruption and casqueria to Castilian landscapes and bocadillos de tortilla! Venga, let’s go!

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The longer you live in a place, you start to take on certain traits that are unique to that place. And so I decided it was time to see what Spanish habits I’m starting to take on. Here’s the list!

#1: I love a good bocadillo de patata
When I first arrived, the bocadillo de tortilla de patatas (Spanish omelette sandwich seemed crazy to me - potato and bread)! But now I’ve learned to love it, especially when the tortilla is nice and gooey.

#2. I love polvorones
These are very dry little cakes that we eat at Christmas. When I first got here, I could handle them. So dry! But then one day I fell in love. And now I’m sold. I even went through a phase of eating them for breakfast!

#3. I crave seasonal Spanish dishes
When winter rolls around, I start to crave a big cocido. It’s such a wonderful winter stew. And eating it with friends and family is an event. And then once the weather starts to warm up for summer, I’m hanging out for that first sip of horchata!

#4. I crave casqueria (offal)
This one took a while, but one day I just realised that I needed a plate of callos (cow stomach). It was cold, and I wanted that delicious, meaty flavour and a big, bold glass of red.

#5. I love a post-lunch walk
After a big lunch in a village, we love a good walk here in Spain. It’s practically a ritual. And now it’s something I really look forward to after we’ve had the gin and tonic or a post-meal cup of coffee.

#6. I love the intimacy of a crowd
I stole this term from the book Madrid: A Cultural and Literary Companion by Elizabeth Nash. She writes how people in Spain love the intensity that being in a crowd provides. I love stepping into a heaving tapas bar and there being people all around me, and no room to move!

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#7. I’m less of a ‘pesado’
When I first arrived I would ask questions that didn’t have answers. Things like, “When will the party finish?” “How long do you think this coffee with a friend will take?” or “What are your opening hours in the summer?” Crazy!

#8. I’m becoming disillusioned with politics
After 8 years living in a country with a lot of corruption and dysfunctional politics, I’ve learned to be a little more cynical… sadly!

#9. I love the dry landscape of Castilla
It’s pretty dry around Madrid - often quite brown and a little treeless. But I’ve learned to find beauty in the simplicity of the landscape.

#10. Spanish is slipping into my English
Lots of Spanish words are slipping into my speech when I’m speaking English. Pesado, lio, tramites, gestor, factura… Because these words have so many cultural connotations!

#11. I enjoy Spanish swear words
There’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good swear. And finally, I’m feeling satisfaction is saying Spanish swear words, j0der!


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10 Things I Hated About Living in Paris

Thinking of living in Paris? Here's a look at the not-so-good aspects of life in the City of Light.
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Paris, France has a lot to be admired — from beautiful architecture, to wonderful food, to endless cultural options.

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10 Things I Hated About Living in Paris

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10 Unbelievable Cultural Shocks In France

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French women don't get fat, French women don't diet. Parisians reveal you how they stay thin.

In her book French women don't get fat, Mireille Guiliano unlocks the simple secrets of this French paradox of how to enjoy food and stay slim and healthy. Let's find out how Parisians feel about dieting. Parisians revealing you how they stay thin...
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Black in Paris - It's Different than Being Black in the States

Paris is a diverse city. But what's it like to be Black in Paris? Black travel here in France is a bit different than other countries. And that means no head nod here...

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Eat, Love & Play. Parisian Chic Lifestyle and Street style inspiration, French lessons.

French living is more than eating baguette and drinking wine. Embracing the French lifestyle and culture is more about adopting some simple practices into your everyday life. For the French, meal time is sacred. Dedicating time each day to sit down and savor your meal is something the French have embraced and practiced in their society since forever. Taking pleasure in what you’re eating and mindfully savoring each bite...The French also favor quality over quantity, whether that’s quality food or quality time. They love to unwind and enjoy spending time with friends and family. The café culture in France goes back centuries, cafes have always been a gathering place for intellectuals to meet and debate philosophical topics and today the tradition still continues. It is part of French daily life which helps people remain social. Finally, French love to do activities. Non-exercise physical activity such as dancing, taking a walk along the Seine, bike riding with friends and family, and even shopping, all alternate ways to capture the health benefits.
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My FIRST DAY of French Public School

Follow me on my First day of French Public School!

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Why I Left France | EXPAT DIARIES

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It was my dream to move to France... so why did I leave? Well, for a couple reasons.

1. Money
Living in France was not economically viable for the long-term. On a freelance English teacher's salary, I was supporting two people... and barely making minimum wage. In the United States, both I and my boyfriend have more job opportunities, can make higher wages, and have more flexibility in the work we do. While France has more social programs offered by the government than we do in the US, we weren't taking advantage of many of them because of the arduous paperwork involved and because we're both young and healthy. KNOCK ON WOOD.

2. Friends & Family
The second reason we left France was to be closer to our friends and family. Even if you try hard to maintain a relationship, the distance makes it difficult. Time differences make it hard to spontaneously chat or keep up with others from home. And the physical distance is difficult when birthdays or other big occasions roll around. We made a ton of really, really good friends in France that it is hard to leave behind as well. This one is a catch-22.

3. Stress & Anxiety
Living in France was not good for my mental health. It seemed like there would be some event or surprise every week that would cause my stress levels to spike. I was constantly worried and trying to keep a million things straight in my mind, hoping to stay on task and keep us in line with all the rules. I lost a lot of weight during our first season in France because the stress caused me to lose my appetite. I finally had to be honest with myself, and face the reality. Living in France was not worth the hassle for us. Overall I had more unhappy days there than I do in the US. I am happy that I've gotten the chance to live in France and achieve one of my life goals! But I'm also happy to return home. France will always be there to visit in the future.
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For people who are wondering and want to learn a bit more about school life in France:
Each public school is different.
Things like rules such as showing your id or the way the cantine works or the kind of food that is available can differ quite a lot (the sound between each class is also different for each school).
In some school students are freer and therefore is some other you can have more restriction.
The type of event and class available in high school can change as well.
For example in my high school we could have additional classes during the vacation if we wanted to which is very rare in public school, also we were forced to have an internship during our first year of high school and had an oral presentation (while all of my friends who were from different high school, were already on vacation).
Events like the carnival, the day of the music, chic day, prom night depends on the school (high school & junior high school).
The specialty classes available are also diverse: some can have languages like Chinese or Russian, others might have special classes for elite athletes (mine was specialized in handball but there were also other sports) or specialty like cinema, theatre, performing art, fine arts ...

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How to do Parisian Chic? French women's style and beauty secrets.

What is Parisian Chic style? It's understated and nonchalant elegance. The look is about embracing one's own individual style, sticking to neutral tones and clean lines, mixing high-low and classic and trendy and wearing it all with confidence. The Parisian women who rock the minimalist style in this video, especially the lady at 1:02 are perfect examples of Parisian Chic. The idea is to let the cut of your clothes and the clean color palette be the feature, not statement accessories or color/prints. It is true that looking chic and elegant while keeping it minimal can be a challenge for most of us since glamorous accessories and statement-making ensembles are typically defined as the the means of looking elegant. Neutral shades may not be the most interesting hues you can find but they’re the ones that can make your style look classy and elegant. The key to pulling off the natural and no makeup look starts with skincare. Parisians emphasize skin care over makeup.Their goal is to glow, with highly polished skin. For skincare, they are always in search of natural products. French women use homemade masks to nourish hair and skin. Homemade masks might include lavender if their ancestors were from the South of France, or seaweed if they were from Brittany. I have been using natural moisturizers for some time now. My latest obsession is extra virgin organic coconut oil for cleansing and moisturizing my skin (which deserves its own video). Anyways, too much makeup, French women say, makes a woman seem older. I know the less-is-more approach can seem daunting to some women, so I have listed below the products I use to achieve the effortlessly chic Parisian no makeup look. Enjoy!
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Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua Ultra Light Skin Perfecting Make up SFP 15 30ml/1oz# 50 Beige

NARS Blush, orgasm
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Parisians grocery shopping. French diet habits.

Recent studies actually say that obesity rate in France is at an all-time high at 12%. This is due to the emergence of a new fast food culture, junk food. Still, the French tradition of preparing meals exquisitely is still being upheld and continues to be a source of pride. Most French go to the market 2-3 times a week. The French embrace a wide range of foods, and in reasonable quantities. It’s clear that there is not one way of eating, but most French follow the same dietary pattern. Meats are often the center of attraction. Beef, pork, poultry, game meats, and charcuterie such as ham, sausage, and cold cuts are all favorites. Vegetables are carefully picked and prepared. These are then cooked into side dishes or as part of the main course. Tomatoes, onions, string beans, eggplant, carrots, zucchini, and several others. Cheeses are always served as a part of a meal, right after the main course and before the dessert which consists of fresh fruits. Breads are common in most meals especially breakfast and dinner. But no matter what French people choose to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner, one thing is for sure: snacking remains minimal. Most importantly, what separates French diet from others is the fact that the pleasure and conviviality as well as social dimension of the diet remains really strong.
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Living in Paris is not as great as you might think..

My life as a Luxury Brand Management student in Paris, including visit to Louis Vuitton Foundation, Pierre Marcolini store, IFA Paris, a lot of metro rides and even more baguettes ;)

As you guys know I moved to Paris to continue my MBA degree a couple fo months ago, this video was filmed during a very busy period of my life when I couldn't really allow myself to focus on vlogging as much as I wish I could, at first I didn't really know what to do with all this random footage that I had, but then I decided to put up this video together to show what my life has really been like these last couple of months in Paris.



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French Habits (5 things that always French people do )

I love French people. I don't speak French, but i just know few words of French coz my previous boss before was French ,from Grenoble.
I would say , not so many French people they can speak English really well. I don't speak English very well either.
Even though French people doesn't speak English well, they are still trying to find the words to explain to audition about what exactly they wanted to say .
So many French people i've met on my office. So on this video i am explaining about their habits.
Some people doesn't agree about my last opinion (especially number five).
Well, if you have some ideas about adding their habits, your welcome.
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Learning French - Basic Phrases for Paris ???????????????????? | Holiday Extras Travel Guides

BONJOUR! The PARIS TRAVEL GUIDE is here, and to get you all in the Parisian spirit... we thought we'd share some useful French phrases for your visit!

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So I’m here with Tom from Discover Walks, and Tom is going to help me with some french Phrases!

Ok, so how do i say Hello?
Hello, basic one so it’s Bonjour!
I’m sure you’ve heard that before..
Yeah, yes!
Bonjour, ers yeah is the most important one, you wanna say Bonjour! Whenever you enter a shop, err if you buy your croissants, you need to say Bonjour! Ok, it’s the first thing to turn an angry Parisian into a normal person!
So goes from -1, to normal person!

What about Salut?
Salut? Oh yeah it’s for friends! Friends!

Err, so yes?! How do I say yes?!
Ok be careful because there’s two ways! There’s the Oui, you say in society, and the one with your friends.. which is ouiii, and people often think that’s two different words, but it just means the same.

Ok, and No?
Easy one!
Yeah, but the Parisian way is never just a non, it’s non… seven times in row!! Like. nonononononononon!! Something like that!

That’s the Parisian way!

Ok, arm Please!
Sil vous plait.
Sil vous plait.
This one is not easy to articulate! Try it again…
Sil vous plait.
Ok, good…
Thank you.. Merci.

My name is Dan.
mon nomme? Je m’appelle Dan.
What’s mon name?
My name is… it’s more formal. It’s weird to say that.. Mon nomme..
Je m’appelle Dan.
Oui, Je m’appelle Dan.

Ok, arm this one was quite useful.
Do you speak English?
Est-ce que vous parlez anglais?
Est-ce que vous parlez anglais?
Est-ce que vous - parlez - anglais?.
Est-ce que vous parlez anglais?
Almost no accent!

People will get it don’t worry!
errrr, they might tell you no I don’t,. In English..
That would just really confuse me I think.

Err I don’t understand.
Je ne comprends pas.
Je ne comprends pas.
Bravo! Well done!
Je ne comprends pas.

Ok, arm can we count from 1 to 10?
We can! You wanna try it?
Can I try it?

Go ahead… go ahead..

huit neuf dix

beautiful! Well .. bravo!

errm, where is the nearest metro station?
ermm it’s going to be… Ou se trove le metro?
It’s going to be where’s the metro? Ou se trove le metro Sil vous plait! But that’s a long sentence so you wanna memorise it?
Ou se trove le metro Sil vous plait!?
Sorry I’m going to fast!
Ou se trove le metro, and then… Sil vous plait!
Of course!!
Ou se trove le metro, and then… Sil vous plait!
Well done!
There you go!

How do I ask for a table for two? Please?
Une table pour deux s’il vous plait?
That’s an easy one!
Une table pour deux s’il vous plait? Oui!

Err, I would like?
Je Voudrais!
Je Voudrais!

Err I would like the frogs legs…please.
You don’t really want the frogs legs..
No I don’t think I do!
It’s one of the meats of a Parisian.. I’ve tried it the first time 5 months ago! First time in my life.. It’s… ok, ok, it’s a mid between fish and chicken!
Oh ok…
It’s very small, but i was very unwell afterwards.
Err… Je Voudrais les cuisses de grenouilles S’il vous plait?
Err… Je Voudrais les cuisses de grenouilles S’il vous plait?
de grenouilles
de grenouilles - ah see this one is tough! de grenouilles!
de grenouilles - ah oui. de grenouilles.
de grenouilles! Ah yes!
ok, de grenouilles s’il vous plait!
ok, now go ahead…
Je Voudrais les cuisses de grenouilles S’il vous plait?
You have it? It’s a tough one..
I might just skip that one!!
Ask for the croissant! Le Croissant..
Je voudrais le croissant s’il vous plait.. Une…croissant..
Duex Croissant
ahhhhh duex!

Err can I have the bill please?
L’addittion s’il vous plait?
L’addittion s’il vous plait?
L’addittion s’il vous plait?!

How much is it?
C’est combien?
C’est combien?

Thank you?

Good bye?
Au revoir!
Au revoir!
I’m using an English accent - Au revoir!
Au revoir!

Err I think that’s everything - I’m ready to go get Paris I think!

Thank you very much!
You’re welcome!
Thank you!

Thank you!


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What It's Really Like to Live In France

In this video, Lena and I go on a walk in downtown Aix en Provence and talk about what it's like to live in France and how it compares to the United States.
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Explore French Culture

Discover French cultural heritage like you have never seen before.
Explore and be inspired by some of the many things to do in France!
Découvrez la culture française comme vous ne l’avez jamais vue auparavant.
Explorez et laissez vous inspirer par les nombreuses activités à faire en France !

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Locations in this film include:
Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Tourisme - Centre des Monuments Nationaux - Château de Chenonceau - Château de Versailles Spectacles - Château du Clos Lucé - Château du Haut Koenigsbourg - ADT Route des Châteaux - Château Royal d’Amboise - Château Royal de Blois- Château Royal de Chambord - Cité du Vin - Culturespaces - Festival d’Avignon - Images Palais des Festivals et de Congrès, Festival de Cannes - La Caverne du Pont d’Arc - La Manufacture de Bohin - Le Voyage à Nantes - Maia Flore – Agence Vu – Institut Français - MuCEM - Bouches-du-Rhône tourisme - Mont St Michel - Musée de l’Armée - Musée du Louvre - Musée Fragonard - Office de Tourisme de Besançon Citadelle de Besançon - Office de Tourisme de Carcassonne - Office de tourisme du Mans - Office du Tourisme du Grand Rodez / Occitanie - Opéra National de Paris, Palais Garnier - Paris Musées - Philharmonie de Paris - Site du Pont du Gard

Visit France: What You Should Know Before You Visit France

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What you should know before you visit France. Whether you are touring Paris or partying in Provence there are things that vacationers and travelers should know about France so they can have the best trip possible. We talk about language, public transport, money, safety, and more.
France vs America -- What you should know before you visit France.
Filmed in Avignon, France
Copyright Mark Wolters 2015

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