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French vocabulary: Expressions with coup

By April 16, 2012

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The French noun un coup literally refers to a shock or blow. It is also used in dozens of idiomatic expressions, noun clauses, and prepositional phrases. Learn how to talk about luck, glances, surges of anger, love at first sight, and much more with this list of expressions with coup.
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June 1, 2011 at 4:20 am
(1) Julie Fairbairn says:

Thankyou Laura for this fantastic and comprehensive site.

I have been using it for 1 year plus and if it were not for the survey I just did, I would not have realised there are French audio lessons on this site (not just links to other audio sites)which I have investigated now.

This site is what keeps me plugged-in, between French classes and the French news on T.V. I am looking forward to even more lessons to do now time permitting!

Many thanks From Australia

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