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Learn French with FrenchPod101.com! You’ve decided to invite all of your French friends over for dinner to thank them for their hospitality in showing you around France. You’ve never spent much time in the kitchen, so you pore over French recipes and choose a menu that you’re sure will please your guests. But when the day of the party arrives, your coq au vin seems a little tough, and your French soufflé falls flat. Maybe if you serve enough French wine no one will notice?
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Learn common French question words with our French in Three Minutes series! In France, knowing how to ask questions is important, and this step-by-step video teaches you some of the basics you need while speaking French. A native French teacher will explain the simple phrases necessary.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to ask “when” in French. Visit us at FrenchPod101.com, where you will find many more fantastic French lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
You were the one that told your teenage son about the French proverb. You thought some French culture might help him tackle his problems with more sophistication. Don’t you know by now that you have to be very specific with teenagers? Why didn’t you give your teenagers examples of famous French historical icons that have faced great turmoil in their own lives to achieve greatness? Instead, you think you can just tell him the French proverb and he will understand! What did you think your son was going to take from, “there are no omelets without breaking eggs?” You should help him clean the eggs off his math teacher’s house!
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