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Joke of the week

Joke of the week

Joke of the week : 

 An elderly woman went into the doctor's office. When the doctor asked why she was there, she replied, "I'd like to have some birth-control pills."

Taken aback, the doctor thought for a minute and then said, "Excuse me, Mrs. Smith, but you're 72 years old. What possible use could you have for birth control pills?"…

The woman responded, "They help me sleep better."

The doctor thought some more and continued, "How in the world do birth control pills help you to sleep?"

The woman said, "Simple. I put them in my granddaughter's orange juice every morning and I sleep better at night."

Joke vocabulary :

an elderly person : une personne agée (much better than an « old person »
Birth-contral pills : pilules contraceptives (FR)
Taken aback : surpris (FR)

Nouveaux cours

ANGLAIS - débutant - Août 2018 - Mardi 18h30-20h00

ALLEMAND - B2 - Août 2018 - Jeudi 18h30-20h00

FRANCAIS intensif - A2 - En cours - tous les matins - 8h30-9h15

FRANCAIS intensif - B1 - Septembre 2018 - tous les matins - 9h15-10h45
Idiom of the week

Idiom of the week

Idiom of the day : Two idioms to indicate that you've changed your opinion or the way you feel about something :

1) To have a change of heart :

Examples :

…. « Simone had a change of heart and is finally not going on holiday to Ibiza with her friends. »
. « I was going to sell my car but I had a change of heart. »

2) To change your mind :

Examples :

. « If you change your mind, don't hesitate to contact me. The chalet is big enough for six people. »
. « I've changed my mind. I no longer want to work in the banking industry. »