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Let's practice.
Imagine you're Karen Lee, and you’re having a language-exchange lunch with Pauline Petit.
You point to the pen and ask, “How do you say “pen” in French?”
Ready?
Comment dit-on “pen” en français ?
On dit “stylo”.
Listen again and repeat.
Comment dit-on "pen" en français ?
Comment dit-on “pen” en français ?
Now you want to know the word for “bag.” Omit “in French.”
Ready?
Comment dit-on “bag” ?
On dit “sac”.
Listen again and repeat.
Comment dit-on “bag” ?
Comment dit-on “bag” ?
Let's try one more.
Imagine you’re Sasha Lee, and you’re studying with your classmate. Point at a pencil, and ask "What do you call this?"
Ready?
Comment appelle-t-on ça ?
On appelle ça “crayon”.
Listen again and repeat.
Comment appelle-t-on ça ?
Comment appelle-t-on ça ?
This is the end of this lesson.
Remember, these Can Do lessons are about learning practical language skills.
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Now you know how to ask how you say something in French. That's all there is to it.
Keep practicing — and move on to the next lesson!

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