Emotions are usually the most difficult things to express in a foreign language. Thinking about the gender of each noun and the conjugation of verbs is already hard work but when strong emotions are added to the mix putting a sentence together can become even trickier.
Before being able to express emotions verbally let's try to work on how to put them down on paper. By repeating this exercise, you will broaden your vocabulary and feel more confident when required to express emotions in public.
Here's the challenge of the week!
Watch a French film, listen to a French song or read a French article and express how it makes you feel.
*Useful words and expressions to complete this challenge*:
Apres avoir écouté cette chanson/avoir vu ce film/avoir lu cet article: After listening to this song/watching this movie/ reading this article
Je me sens: I feel
Je suis: I am
En colère: angry
Je me sens concerné(e): I care/I can relate
*Some resources you might want to use for this challenge*:
Enjoy et a bientôt!
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