Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
Suddenly small daily tasks become intimidating when trying to navigate a foreign country. How can expats overcome the small fears after they first move abroad?
Don't let a scam ruin your Parisian dream; let a former French policeman guide you on how to avoid the classic scams designed to part you from your valuables.
Not knowing when to use the formal 'vous' or the informal 'tu' can lead to some tricky situations – particularly when meeting your partner's parents.
Ever felt like your IQ slips 30 points when speaking a foreign language? Sometimes you can only feel 'authentic' in your own language says Katia Vlachos.
Getting bored with vocabulary practice? Here are some fun phrases to get you motivated.
Vanessa Couchman gives us more amusing – and useful – French idioms.
If you've ever experienced 'déjà-vu', a 'faux pas', or had a private 'tête-à-tête', you've been speaking more French than you realise.
Never eat a rabid cow. From the inscrutable to the impertinent, French idioms are anything but dull.
'You get woken by a phone call and forget which language to use' – some problems can only be understood by those who speak more than one language.
The melodious French language sounds romantic, but trying to learn French has its upside and downside.
A New Yorker points out the advantages that the Parisian 'City of Love' has over living in the American 'Big Apple'.
Learn how to feel at home in a foreign country, whether you're there for a weekend, a year, or a lifetime.
Rather than commit a French social faux pas, Sasha explains how and when to say 'bonjour' while out and about in France.
Being the new expat can be lonely at first, but making French friends is not as difficult as it first appears if you put yourself out there.
Emily McLaren recounts the life skills she gained thanks to her backpacking experience abroad.