You are going to learn all the things you need to know about the basic proverb “Faire d’une pierre deux coups”.
Including a full definition of what it mean and how to use it in a dialogue with an audio example. As well as the useful stuff we added like slow pronunciation audio, literal meaning, dialogue example and more!
This proverb comes from ancient ages when humans were hunting with rocks. We can easily imagine a man who killed two birds with one stone being thrilled about his shot, a.k.a: “Faire d’une pierre deux coups“.
Nowadays, humans stopped hunting with rocks, but still, we can accomplish two goals simultaneously. For example, by taking profit of synergies between two targets, we can achieve both of them at the same time.
Let’s say you always wanted to visit Paris and you need to learn French. Why not killing these “two birds” with “one stone“?
By coming to Paris for a French learning class, you will make solid progress on your French while visiting Paris on your free time.
Then you could say: “J’ai fait d’une pierre deux coups” (I killed two birds with one stone)
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