Interjections for a Monday Morning.

I remember asking my Father what an interjection is.

“F***! Tomorrow’s Monday,” was his reply. Not used to hearing my father use profanity, I was startled and then amused. And it certainly stuck in my memory.

So, if your sentiment is roughly equivalent to my father’s feelings about a Monday morning, here’s a little gem of a movie that will bring a smile to your face tonight.

“Avenue Montaigne” or “Fauteuils d’orchestre.”

Highly recommended. Especially if you need to work on your interjections in French.

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6 Responses to Interjections for a Monday Morning.

  1. like2run says:

    I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your blog. I just found out about it on Friday.

    Here is a French Film I highly recommend
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0362225/

  2. like2run says:

    If you love french films you should check out “Tell no One”. I think you will enjoy the movie:
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0362225/

  3. like2run says:

    If you like French Films I really think you will like “Tell No One”
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0362225/

    I saw it a couple weeks ago, and I thought it was outstanding.

  4. like2run says:

    First post. On the subject of French Films. Check out “Tell No One”. It is a great drama and I think you will like the movie.

  5. pvedesign says:

    Monday is the reason we added a dance class to the program – something to look forward to, after a dreaded day of the week. A dreaded day of “boring” school – which was never ever allowed to say in our home. Everything had to be fun, full of hope and never ever boring. We would promptly be given a task to make us appreciate the dull.

  6. L2R, Welcome! Funny, I added “Tell No One” just the other day on the advice of others! Looking forward to it.

    Mrs. PvE, dance class! As a former ballroom teacher, I’m a fan! I’d like my daughter to start ballet this coming year. Although it may jut be creative movement at her age. I’ve started her on the five foot positions I know… “We would promptly be given a task to make us appreciate the dull” — that made me laugh out loud. And first thing in the morning, too!

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