How to flirt in French: la drague

How to flirt in French: la drague

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Added by October 19, 2013

HOW TO FLIRT IN FRENCH

FLIRTING = LA DRAGUE

Watch this video lesson on how to flirt in French and then practice with the exercise sheet below. This is a fun French lesson to enrich your vocabulary and learn useful expressions.

EXERCISES ON VOCABULARY RELATED TO FRENCH FLIRTING (Pdf)

 

LESSON: HOW TO FLIRT IN FRENCH

LA DRAGUE  EN FRANCE – FLIRTING IN FRANCE

Salut toi, bombe atomique!

No, I’m not saying that you’re a nuclear bomb, just that you’re hot! That’s what ‘bombe’ means in French slang. You could also say ‘canon’, canon in English, and it can apply to both men and women who are hot hot hot.

Why am I talking about that? Come on guys, don’t pretend you never thought it would be fun or cool or exciting to spend some time with a French girlfriend or boyfriend. Plus, as we all know, it’s the best way to learn a language. Even the Rosetta Stone can’t compete! So, now that we’ve found the perfect source of motivation for you to work on your French, let’s have a look at a couple of scenes we’ve prepared for you… Check it out, and start learning the words and expressions you really want to know to maybe find the French half you never suspected you have. Oh là là!

SCÈNE 1

Filou: Oh la la! Salut! On se connaît?

Louloute: Euh… non.

Filou: Ah, pardon. Vous êtes belle!

Louloute: Euh… oui, et alors.

Filou: On peut s’embrasser?

Louloute: Ah d’accord, vous voulez un bisou, comme ça! Vous ne voulez pas qu’on couche ensemble aussi?

Filou: Mais pourquoi pas? Vous voulez coucher avec moi?

Louloute: Non, je veux faire l’amour.

Filou: C’est la même chose.

Louloute: Mais mon pauvre chéri, non ce n’est pas la même chose.

Filou: Ah bon? Vous pouvez m’expliquer?

Louloute: Non. Je vais vous montrer, c’est mieux.

Filou: D’accord.

Louloute: Oh là là, pas comme ça! Je vais vous prêter un bon film romantique!

Filou (déçu): Ah bon?

Louloute (to the camera): Franchement, les choses qu’on fait au nom de l’éducation!

SCÈNE 2: ça drague!

Soso: Lili, Filou drague Louloute.

Lili: Non!

Soso: Si, il lui court après.

Lili: Il est coquin! Mais il n’a pas une copine?

Soso: Si. Ils sortent ensemble depuis deux semaines et quatre jours.

Lili: Oh la la. Enfin…ben moi, j’ai un rendez-vous gallant ce soir…

Soso: Avec qui?

Lili: Un pote. Mon futur petit-ami sans doute.

Soso: Oh la la Lili, tu es romantique. Et ben moi j’ai un rencard ce soir, demain midi, demain soir et après-demain midi et soir.

Lili: Oh la la Soso, toi tu n’es pas romantique.

Soso: Ah si, je suis très romantique, mais j’ai l’esprit pratique!

Lili: Hmm… T’as raison. J’y vais, je vais passer des coups de fil, et puis je vais me faire belle!

VOCABULARY TO FLIRT IN FRENCH

Un rendez-vous gallant/un rencart: a rendez-vous

Draguer: to flirt

Courir après: to run after

Sortir avec: to go out with

Ils sont sortis ensemble: They went out

Coucher avec: to sleep with

Faire l’amour: to make love

Un bisou OR un baiser: a kiss

Careful! The word baiser, used as a verb means to have sex. It’s not a nice way of saying it either…

Un petit ami/un copain: a boyfriend

Une petite amie / une copine: a girlfriend

Se faire beau/ belle = to pretty up

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