LEARN FRENCH IN 2 MINUTES - French idiom: Turning the page

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LEARN FRENCH IN 2 MINUTES - French idiom: Turning the page

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Hello everyone, I hope you are well and ready for a new video where we will see a French expression.

Maybe you have guessed it, today we are going to see the expression turn the page.

I don't know if you know this expression. It simply means to move on, to move on. You could even say that you close the book.

It means we are moving on to another stage in our lives or leaving something or someone behind.

Here are a few contextualizations to help you better understand the term.

I forgot to tell you but remember to activate the subtitles, it will help you understand the video better.

Let's move on to the contextualizations.

For example, I could say: Greg has completely turned the page with Maeva. It's over, he doesn't love her anymore, he will never get back together with her.

Here's some more context.

For example, if I have a friend who was a singer in her youth, I could tell her: don't you miss your singing career? And she can answer me no, I have completely turned the page with my singing career. Now I am a chef and I love my new job. I have turned the page, it is behind me.

That's it for today.

Feel free to comment on any expressions you would like me to explain or put in context.

If you liked this video, don't forget to give it a thumbs up and I'll see you soon for a new video. Have a nice day!

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