Faute grave 2: The Walking Wounded

Bescherelle ta mère is mordant humor at its best, but I wonder whether Anne-Marie Gaignard is laughing.  Read More

Faute grave 1: Is There an Upside?

Ever try to conjugate a noun in French by mistake? Better hope it flies under the radar of Sylvain Szewczyk, founder of Bescherelle ta mère. Read More

Rando, philo, bistrot

Who knew that “métro, boulot, dodo,” the French slogan that epitomizes city life, originally appeared in a poem? Read More

Un peu beaucoup

Things do not bode well for Martin de Marceul as Tu seras mon fils opens. Read More

Subject to the Subjunctive 2: Recadrage

“Oh… Il faut que j’y vais demain,” interrupted Marguerite, suddenly reminding herself, in the midst of our conversation, of an appointment she had the following day. Read More

May the Best Soap Win

Makers of Savon de Marseille have faced off in a scenario worthy of a courtroom procedural. Read More

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