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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!
Learning French with FrenchPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn French! This French Idioms and Proverbs lesson will teach you the correct meaning and history of the French proverb, “there are no omelets without breaking eggs.” Stop by FrenchPod101 and get more French learning materials and lessons! While you’re there, leave us a comment!
Learn French with FrenchPod101.com! After you leave a French café, you realize you left the power cord for your laptop behind. Because you are writing a blog about your experiences in France, you can’t get by without that cord! You head back to the café and look around the table where you were sitting, but you don’t see the cord anywhere. You ask the barista whether she’s seen it, and she replies that she has not in French. Who would want to take your laptop cord?
In this lesson, you’ll review French possessives. Our French conversation takes place between a dating couple leaving a movie theater and going for a walk. The couple is speaking to each other about the movie in informal French. You will also learn some important nuances between spoken and written 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!
Learn French with FrenchPod101.com! When you knock on the door of the party, someone answers the door and whispers in French, “There’s been a murder!” Aghast, you reply in French, “Seriously? Where are the police? Has someone called for them? What happened?” The person who greeted you responds in French, “Oh no! Didn’t someone tell you?” You reply in French, “Tell me what?” The person says in French, “This is a murder mystery party. You were supposed to be assigned a role. What’s your name?” You give your name in French, and the person peruses the guest list for a moment, then finally replies in French, “Ah, I see. You responded late. I need to make up a role for you very quickly. Perhaps you can be an assistant detective, which won’t require you to learn any background. How does that sound?”
Learning French with FrenchPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn French! This French Audio Blog lesson tells you about one of French people’s favorite pastimes: playing games! You’ll learn about the popularity of various types of French games and we’ll also tell you the specifics of some games you’ll likely play while visiting France. Visit us at FrenchPod101.com where you will find French lesson notes (remember—this lesson is spoken entirely in French!) as well as many more fantastic French lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!