Today, let's celebrate upcoming Father's Day while saying goodbye... for now :)
- So first, as every Daily Dose Friday, we'd like to offer one last Writing challenge exercise to everybody, for free. In this week's exercise, Julien remembers going fishing with his dad when he was young:
(These Writing Challenges, along with our Dictations, are part of our Weekend Workout sent every Friday to our Premium subscribers. If you've never tried one of these, you're in for a treat! You can find more here.)
- Let's say goodbye to the Daily Doses en musique with this classic breakup song by Jean-Louis Aubert, "Voilà c'est fini". À vos mouchoirs ;)
And as a bonus, here's not one, but two stanzas linked to our related French lessons:
Voilà c'est fini On va pas se dire au revoir Comme sur le quai d'une gare Je te dis seulement bonjour Et fais gaffe à l'amour Here, it's over We're not gonna say goodbye Like on the platform at a train station I only say good day (to you) And watch out for love
Voilà c'est fini Aujourd'hui ou demain C'est le moment ou jamais Peut-être après-demain Je te retrouverai Car c'est fini Here, it's over Today or tomorrow It's now or never Maybe the day after tomorrow I'll find you again For it's over
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Ce n'est qu'un au revoir ! Prenez soin de vous et à bientôt !