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Allez les Bleus !!!!
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French translation help?
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Hello ! I can help you, I'm French :)
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Learn French with FrenchPod101.com! Yum! You tell your hosts in French, “That was the most delicious meal ever. The veal was so succulent, and the French salad was excellent!” Your hosts respond in French, “We’re so glad you came to eat with us. Now tell us more about your travels through France.” You launch into your stories about the French places you’ve seen and the sites you plan to see in the next week. You also tell them about the wonderful French woman you met on the plane. Perhaps you shouldn’t have done that, though, since now your parents’ French friends are giving you relationship advice. They keep reminding you in French that, “Paris is the city of love.” Good grief! You’re sure they’re going to call your parents to tell them about your new French conquest as soon as you leave. The next thing you know, your mother will be on the phone with you while you’re in France asking you many, many questions about her. You’ll have worry about that later, though, because for now, your host is tell you to enjoy the rest of the French wine!
Learning French with FrenchPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn French! This French Gengo lesson will teach you the secrets you’ll need to know to determine whether a French adjective precedes or follows the noun it modifies. You’ll also learn how to make a strong suggestion using the French imperative tense, and we’ll tell you about one of the most exciting horse races in the world! 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! “There’s so much to do, and so little time!” you lament to your co-worker in French. “I just love being in France, but I’m overwhelmed by everything I want to do while I’m here,” you continue in French. Your friend responds in French,”There is a lot to do. What are you hoping to do while you’re here?” You reply in French, “I would like to see the Louvre, there’s no question about that. But after that, I don’t know which French landmark to choose next!” Your co-worker recommends in French, “What about the Georges Pompidou Center? Or Montparnasse? Or the Arab World Institute, or…” You interrupt your friend to say in French, “I’m getting tired just thinking about having to decide between all the options I have. I wish I didn’t need sleep!”
Learning French with FrenchPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn French! This French Gengo lesson will teach you about how to use the French future tense to make plans in the near future. You’ll also learn how to ask someone about their schedule, and we’ll also show you how to express your wishes using French. Finally, we’ll also tell you about some French landmarks you simply cannot miss when you visit France. 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! “You have got to be kidding me. That pick up line can’t possibly work on French women!” Your boss tells you in French, “Yes, in fact, it does. I use it all the time. It’s all in the delivery, and we French have what it takes to deliver a line.” You nearly spit out your French martini when you hear this. “I don’t believe it,” you assert in French. You turn to the guy sitting next to you and ask him in French, “What are your most successful French pick up lines?” He responds in French, “I always tell girls that I’m new to town and need directions, and then I ask them for the address for their apartment.” “Wow,” you comment in French. “Back in America, I’d get a drink thrown in my face for that one. I’ll have to try some of my new French lines while I’m here.” When your French friends tell you to go for it, you approach a French woman at the bar, eager to try out their advice…
Learning French with FrenchPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn French! This French Gengo lesson will teach you how to use the French verb that means “to say.” We’ll also talk about how to use French adverbs to describe the frequencies with which you do things, such as meet people in bars. And finally, we’ll offer you one of the most helpful insights into French culture - the most popular French pick up lines. Proceed at your own risk! 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!
Wow! You did great in French Newbie Lesson 14! Now you know how to get everyone fed while you travel around France-and you even know where to get the best French food! Now do you know how to do it nicely? If you don’t ask for things politely in French you are certain to not make many new friends! In fact, it is really just downright rude! If you expect to get any help from the French in deciding which French beer is the best one to drink with your dinner you should probably try being nice first!
Learning French with FrenchPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn French! This French Newbie lesson will teach you the many uses of the French word for “please.” We will also discuss the history of French beer!
Learn French with FrenchPod101.com! Your friend calls you breathless and asks you in French, “Guess what I just heard!” You respond in French, “There’s no telling…you always have you ear to the ground. What is it?” Your friend announces in French, “I just heard that they fired the head of the marketing agency down the street. You must apply for that job!” You respond in French, “Who told you this?” Your friend explains in French, “My friend, who is the receptionist. She said that someone who works on the executive floor overheard someone telling an administrative assistant, who told her.” You respond in French, “Well, you know how rumors get started. It seems like a game of telephone to me. I’ll wait till I see something on the website or read it in a trade magazine!”
Learning French with FrenchPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn French! This French Intermediate lesson will teach you the various French verbs you can use to report what someone else says. It will also teach you what French words you can use to report an order someone gives you. Finally, it will also teach you the different ways you can use the French words meaning “still” and “nonetheless.” 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!