ça fait un bail – French expression

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ça fait un bail — it has been ages — Mot du Jour

ça fait un bail – it makes a lease. In everyday French, ça fait un bail is ‘it has been a long time’, ‘it has been ages’. If you want to say ‘it has been ages since…’, you’ll often say ça fait un bail que…

  • « Ça fait un bail que je suis venue te voir à Arnac-la-Poste. »
    • “It has been ages since I came to see you at Arnac-la-Poste.”
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