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À la rentrée

Pronunciation: [a la ra(n) tray] Definition: Returning to normal This is an expression I learned when I lived as an expat in France. Pronounced (a la ra(n) tray), the literal meaning is “at the return.” It’s an acknowledgement that you will see someone again when you both re-enter the real world after your summer vacation. Put simply, it means, “See you in September.” In France, À la rentrée is a celebrated time and excitement is in the air. Students go back to school and adults are returning from summer vacation and going back to work. It is also a time for returning to normalcy. Transition Time This time of year presents a significant shift in many households. Some parents are tearfull

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