English Mnemonic for French Vocabulary: décoller

English mnemonic for the French word: décoller

English: take off (as in, an airplane taking off)

Over a hundred and fifty collies, just like Lassie, sit on the airplanes’ wings at this airport. They look like a fur coat of collies. Only when the plane reaches TAKE OFF speed and TAKES OFF do the collies all get thrown off. The plan DE-COLLIES when it TAKES OFF.

You’ll never forget décoller en francais means to take off in English.

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