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Monday at 6:30 pm
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This is one of the most useful phrases for learning French. I plan to use this lesson's Survival Phrases often with my French speaking co workers (monsieurs Sam and Silvain, and Mademoiselle Celine), and hope to learn much using it. Who do you plan use these phrases with?

Basil
Sunday at 3:12 pm
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Est-ce que vous pouvez parlez plus lentement, s’il vous plaît? Répétez, s’il vous plaît.

Pourriez-vous répétez s’il vous plaît?

Frenchpod101.comVerified
Friday at 8:05 pm
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Bonjour Gloria et merci pour votre commentaire !


Vous avez raison ! Il vaut mieux utiliser "lentement" si vous voulez que la personne ralentisse !

"Doucement" c'est surtout si elle parle trop fort ! ?


Bonne fin de semaine !

Marie Alice

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Gloria
Friday at 8:31 pm
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Bonjour,


Is it better to use "lentement" than "doucement" to avoid the confusion of telling someone to be quiet?

Gloria
Thursday at 1:24 pm
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First of all, let me say that I am learning French from FrenchPod101 and enjoying every minute of it. But I think I can understand what Jonathan is trying to say.


I write out all the words and phrases on my own home-made flash cards with the English on one side and the French on the other side. Then I memorize the French words on the cards. If the word in French does not match the word in English, I get confused.


For example, “once again” does not mean “répetéz” as in the phrase “Once again, please./Répétez, s'il vous plaît.” It would help me more to read it as “You repeat, please.”

FrenchPod101.comVerified
Wednesday at 11:34 am
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Hi Minjeong,


Thank you for posting!

We are glad to hear that you are interested in learning French here with us :smile:

We appreciate your suggestions and will be considered.


Cheers!

Laura

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Minjeong
Tuesday at 11:53 am
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Hi!


I really love frenchpod101.com and it helps me a lot improve my french!


I have one suggestion - It'd be way better if there's auto-repeat function not only for lesson audio but also for vocabulary & lesson materials. I am an absolute beginner and trying to get used to french pronunciation and sound.


I don't know where to send my suggestion so I am leaving a comment here.

Please bring this to someone in charge.


Regards,

Minjeong

FrenchPod101.comVerified
Thursday at 11:26 am
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Hi Jonathan,

Thanks for the comment, which phrase do you mean in particular?


Jessi

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Jonathan
Friday at 2:38 am
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I Would say that the translation is really bad. I Can totally see, that the french phrases mean the same A's the english, but the translation is so bad...:)

Virginie
Friday at 11:12 pm
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Thank you Rita for pointing that out!


So....did you use these phrases yet?


Virginie

Rita
Friday at 7:23 pm
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Bonjour,


FrenchPod101.com says:

Who do you plan use these phrases with? In Enlish the correct words are: Who do you plan to use these phrases with? You forgot to use the word - to. Thank you and I hope you get my message. Thank you for your continuing fun and hard work you do! :razz: