Opening a French bank account? Here’s how.
Sadly no dancing with Mickey Mouse on the street or spontaneously bursting into song.
I recently received an email from someone interested in improving their French by finding work in France. Sounds doable, doesn’t it? Unfortunately not- the person wasn’t from the EU, thus hampering her chances of working in France.
I must admit that this is something that I had naively failed to even consider- I really did take my EU status and my capacity to legally work in France for granted. I blush when I think of my incessant complaining about the paperwork to complete when I had reached France. Unfortunately for my blog reader, working in France looks unlikely- here’s why.
A sample informal letter answer for the 2014 paper.
Exercise may be necessary when in Lyon- those crepes and cheese come at a calorific price! I only wish somebody had told me this when I actually lived in the city… I still have the added “fluff” as a bittersweet souvenir of my glorious time spent there.
Choosing whether to visit Lyon or Paris is a difficult one. As somebody who has lived in both cities I feel a sense of loyalty to both. Here’s what I would consider when thinking about visiting either city:
The orals are approaching..here are my tips for avoiding the most common mistakes in oral exams!
Just a quick post to remind students that I can offer grinds/mock orals via Skype. Message me on Facebook or Twitter if interested!