Dating french man tip
In fact France is one of rare countries of the world which still has a national institution – L’Académie Française – to formally regulate the French language.So if you are looking to catch the attention of a French guy, try to speak a bit of the language.It’s a very real situation that students are faced with when abroad, and even more often thanks to the language partner requirement at the AUCP and the degree of immersion that the AUCP program provides. Because as soon as a Frenchman plants a kiss on your lips, the two of you are a couple.During orientation at the AUCP, we spend a day discussing what we call , or emotional French, in order to demystify the ins and outs of dating in France. In general the French remain rather romantic at heart.Gone also is the French woman with red lips and a striped shirt holding a long cigarette in one hand and a baguette in the other.Through their new networks of French acquaintances, AUCP students can easily find themselves face to face with a young Frenchman or woman that is interested in him or her. A few tips to make things easier: A smile is an invitation, as if you had a giant sign above your head flashing, « Come talk to me! » Don’t be surprised if you smile at someone at a bus stop, in a store or at a bar, and afterwards, that person comes right up and begins to hit on you or draguer, or asks for your phone number. If you and Philippe have been hanging out consistently for a few weeks and it leads to a stolen kiss in a bar one evening, do not be surprised if he calls you his girlfriend the next day.When you’re married to a French man, you marry a man intrinsically tied to his culture and country. So be ready for an entire new world to open up before you, and be prepared to sharpen your wits and tongue at the same time.This year, I celebrate my 25 wedding anniversary with my French husband. My goodness, I’ve lived longer with this man than any member of my own family.
So if you are heading for the country with the same idea and hoping to find your beau in the land of l’amour, here is a primer on what French men are like.I’m not sure where all the excitement stems from but maybe, just maybe there’s a grain of truth here somewhere.And even though I’m writing this from the perspective of someone who’s lived in France for the past 3 years - and also from the point of view of being married to one of these fascinating creatures, I promise I won’t be too biased, ok?He will most likely have an opinion on everything and even steer every conversation in the direction of art, politics and history to show his intellectual side.Indeed the French even have the reputation of being rather aggressive about the artistic and cultural accomplishments of their country.