Our school’s neighborhood

An illustrated map of La Chambre d'Amour in Anglet

Our fantastic neighborhood

We are incredibly well located, close to the beach yet in a quiet and peaceful environment.


When we are not teaching French or surfing (…) we enjoy spending time around. Students and teachers, we all have our favorite places to go to. That is why we asked this amazing artist to make this beautiful illustrated map of our neighborhood.


This map is to help our students better understand our district in a fun way featuring things to do and places to eat in our immediate surroundings.

Our stunning neighborhood and beaches will put you in the best mood to learn French!


An illustrated map of La Chambre d'Amour in Anglet



How to express obligation in French with “Il faut”

How to express obligation in French

Il faut … Il ne faut pas…


How to express an obligation in French


Daily life, work, family, sport, travel… Everywhere and most of the time, we must face obligations.

To express them in French, there is of course the verb “devoir” but also the expression “il faut” followed by the infinitive. This structure is very easy to use!

You will never read or hear “je faut” ou “vous fallez“. This structure is always the same and is only used with “il”.

Take a verb with an infinitive, place it behind “il faut” and… voilà! 🙂

For example: “A la plage, il faut mettre de la crème solaire / Il faut jeter ses déchets à la poubelle / Il faut prendre un parasol / Il faut emporter une serviette de plage”


In the negative form: “Il ne faut pas oublier son pique-nique!”


Below are more examples to practice.

Have fun!

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