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Learn French in coffee-break lessons from the Radio Lingua Network. In each lesson we'll focus on the language you need to know and before long you'll be making yourself understood with native French speakers. Season 1 lessons are for absolute beginners, and the courses increase in difficulty as the seasons progress. 386357
 
The Tom Ward Show is an audio version of the popular YouTube series, where host Tom Ward interviews the biggest influencers, social media stars and taste makers in the world. This the only show of its kind! It's the only place where you'll find long form interviews with your favorite stars.
 
Des vidéos qui font réfléchir sur la vie et ce que c'est qu'être humain de la part de leaders économiques, psychologues et chercheurs aux conférences TED, TEDx et autres événements affiliés dans le monde. Vous pouvez aussi télécharger gratuitement ces vidéos et bien d'autres sur TED.com, avec une transcription interactive en anglais, ainsi que des sous-titres dans près de 80 langues. TED est une association à but non lucratif dévouée aux Idées à Partager.
 
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Welcome to this episode of our new Coffee Break French To Go podcast in which we’re on the streets of Nantes in Western France with Pierre-Benoît, talking to native speakers about a variety of topics. In this episode we’re asking the question pour toi, est-il important d’apprendre une langue étrangère ? Is learning a foreign language important to y…
 
Welcome to this episode of our new Coffee Break French To Go podcast in which we’re on the streets of Nantes in Western France with Pierre-Benoît, talking to native speakers about a variety of topics. In this episode we’re asking the question qu’est-ce qui t'embête le plus ? What annoys you the most? We’ll listen to all of the interviews with Pierr…
 
Buy Full Notes Juliana founded the project “Prince.sse Si Je Veux” to help parents and teachers educate and encourage children between 5 and 12 years old to make their own choices by freeing them from gender stereotypes. You may be surprised to see how ingrained sexism is in our everyday life, and how, despite all our efforts, we as parents may be …
 
Buy Full Notes Juliana founded the project “Prince.sse Si Je Veux” to help parents and teachers educate and encourage children between 5 and 12 years old to make their own choices by freeing them from gender stereotypes. You may be surprised to see how ingrained sexism is in our everyday life, and how, despite all our efforts, we as parents may be …
 
Welcome to this episode of our new Coffee Break French To Go podcast in which we’re on the streets of Nantes in Western France with Pierre-Benoît, talking to native speakers about a variety of topics. In this episode we’re asking the question préféres-tu l’été ou l’hiver ? Do you prefer summer or winter? We’ll listen to all of the interviews with P…
 
Listener Rebecca is confused about the different forms of the French word “nouveau” and how it is different from the word “neuf”. Let’s clarify the difference and learn new expressions along the way! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode Nouveau(x), nouvel(le) un nouveau jour, une nouvelle nuit un nouvel ordinateur u…
 
Listener Rebecca is confused about the different forms of the French word “nouveau” and how it is different from the word “neuf”. Let’s clarify the difference and learn new expressions along the way! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode Nouveau(x), nouvel(le) un nouveau jour, une nouvelle nuit un nouvel ordinateur u…
 
Buy Full Notes Juliana founded the project “Prince.sse Si Je Veux” to help parents and teachers educate and encourage children between 5 and 12 years old to make their own choices by freeing them from gender stereotypes. You may be surprised to see how ingrained sexism is in our everyday life, and how, despite all our efforts, we as parents may be …
 
Buy Full Notes Juliana founded the project “Prince.sse Si Je Veux” to help parents and teachers educate and encourage children between 5 and 12 years old to make their own choices by freeing them from gender stereotypes. You may be surprised to see how ingrained sexism is in our everyday life, and how, despite all our efforts, we as parents may be …
 
This episode complements episode 222: “What are these strange ” LE ” and “NE” words with no actual meaning in French ??”. We’ll see examples of letters being added with the only purpose of making French pronunciation easier. There will also be examples of common spelling alterations to achieve that same purpose. So, if you want to get more clarity …
 
This episode complements episode 222: “What are these strange ” LE ” and “NE” words with no actual meaning in French ??”. We’ll see examples of letters being added with the only purpose of making French pronunciation easier. There will also be examples of common spelling alterations to achieve that same purpose. So, if you want to get more clarity …
 
Welcome to Episode 4 of our new Coffee Break French To Go podcast in which we’re on the streets of Nantes in Western France with Pierre-Benoît, talking to native speakers about a variety of topics. In this episode we’re asking the question qu’as-tu fait hier ? What did you do yesterday? We’ll listen to all of the interviews with Pierre-Benoît out a…
 
On imagine souvent les Français avec une cigarette à la main, mais rarement avec du cannabis. Pourtant, la France est un des pays où on en consomme le plus ! Et les études montrent que cette tendance s'amplifie d'une génération à l'autre. Cependant, c'est une pratique risquée, non seulement pour la santé, mais aussi parce que la loi française est t…
 
Welcome to Episode 3 of our new Coffee Break French To Go podcast in which we’re on the streets of Nantes in Western France with Pierre-Benoît, talking to native speakers about a variety of topics. In this episode we’re asking the question quel est ton mot français préféré ? What is your favourite French word? We’ll listen to all of the interviews …
 
Joanna asked me : Why is the ” l’ ” neccesary in “Tu verras ce que l’on gagne à vouloir vivre libre”? What is it a pronoun referring to? it is direct or indirect? Merci! Good question! It may be very surprising but this “l’ ” doesn’t mean anything and is not compulsory! Ok, I think you need to listen to this episode so I can explain! Vocabulary and…
 
Joanna asked me : Why is the ” l’ ” neccesary in “Tu verras ce que l’on gagne à vouloir vivre libre”? What is it a pronoun referring to? it is direct or indirect? Merci! Good question! It may be very surprising but this “l’ ” doesn’t mean anything and is not compulsory! Ok, I think you need to listen to this episode so I can explain! Vocabulary and…
 
Welcome to the second episode of our new Coffee Break French To Go podcast in which we’re on the streets of Nantes in Western France with Pierre-Benoît, talking to native speakers about a variety of topics. In this episode we’re asking the question c’est quoi une journée typique pour toi ? What is a typical day for you? We’ll listen to all of the i…
 
Buy Full Notes This episode may deeply change your perception of life and death. Open your mind to infinite possibilities and infinite hope as you open your ears to listen to Anne-Hélène Gramignano’s testimonial. Anne-Hélène found very early on that she had the inherited gift of seeing and hearing people who had passed away. She now is dedicating a…
 
Buy Full Notes This episode may deeply change your perception of life and death. Open your mind to infinite possibilities and infinite hope as you open your ears to listen to Anne-Hélène Gramignano’s testimonial. Anne-Hélène found very early on that she had the inherited gift of seeing and hearing people who had passed away. She now is dedicating a…
 
Thanks to Tina for suggesting to talk about French expressions on the podcast. Idiomatic expressions can be so difficult for language learners because they often don’t make sense when they are translated literally. However, they’re rather fun and also commonly used, therefore it is always useful to know them. Of course, I also find it very interest…
 
Thanks to Tina for suggesting to talk about French expressions on the podcast. Idiomatic expressions can be so difficult for language learners because they often don’t make sense when they are translated literally. However, they’re rather fun and also commonly used, therefore it is always useful to know them. Of course, I also find it very interest…
 
Welcome to the first episode of our new Coffee Break French To Go podcast in which we’re on the streets of Nantes in Western France with Pierre-Benoît, talking to native speakers about a variety of topics. In this episode we’re asking the question pour vous, est-il important de voyager ? Is travel important to you? We’ll listen to all of the interv…
 
Every 30th September, the podcasting world comes together to celebrate podcasting on International Podcast Day. We're celebrating today by saying thank you to the Coffee Break community in this special podcast episode. International Podcast Day aims to raise awareness about podcasts and gives podcast creators and listeners a chance to celebrate the…
 
Pronunciation rules around the verb “acheter” (and more!) Listener Nuvia is in doubt on how to pronounce the verb “acheter” in the present tense. There are indeed a few opportunities for you to learn or brush up various aspects of the French language in this seemingly short and simple question. Let’s dive in! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French W…
 
Quand on apprend le français, on découvre rapidement que tous les noms ont un genre : masculin ou féminin. «Le soleil», «la lune», «un verre de vin», «une tasse de café». Le problème, c’est qu’il n’est pas facile de connaître le genre d’un nom simplement en le regardant dans les yeux ! Alors, même après des années d’apprentissage, on continue de fa…
 
If you haven”t taken the challenge yet, grab your pen and paper and test yourself with the free French dictation I ran live in August! This is a great opportunity for you to brush-up your French listening, grammar and phonetic skills. As always, I”ll also comment on and explain a few tricky points The text used for the dictation is below, no cheati…
 
This episode complements episode 217 (“How to convert a verb into a noun or adjective in French?”) and sheds light on some special spelling rules that may happen inside a same family of words. You’ll get a grammar brush-up and become a French spelling Jedi if you can remember these rules! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in thi…
 
Fletcher covers everything related to social media influencers. He always has the tea! We talked about influencers, gossip and social media. If you guys like the podcast, please take 2 seconds and leave a 5 star review or a nice review. It really helps:) Thx! And don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss an episode. I will be posting an episode a…
 
Cet été, pendant mes vacances en Italie, je me suis rendu compte que j’avais adopté une nouvelle habitude… Quand je passais devant un restaurant qui semblait appétissant, au lieu de lire le menu à l’entrée, ma main plongeait immédiatement dans ma poche pour prendre mon téléphone et ouvrir TripAdvisor afin de lire les évaluations des autres clients.…
 
This weekend, challenge your mind and join me on the live sessions that I’ll be running for you! I’m always delighted to see you, the familiar faces, as well as the new ones! There will be: A free Games in French session and A French Grammar Clinic with a dictation and practice around tricky verb forms (the imperative, the agreements of the past pa…
 
I have to thank Abdulelah from Saudi Arabia for inspiring me to make this episode because what follows is just what I l LOVE to explain: you’re both going to work on your grammar AND increase your vocabulary in a blink of the eye (or so I hope!) In English, you may convert a verb into a noun by adding _ing to it (sail à sailing, read/reading, etc) …
 
Amelie is a special young woman. She really separates herself from other influencers because of how she uses her platform. Instead of taking every brand deal that comes her way, she uses her platform to make her followers aware of important issues and movements. I really loved this conversation! And sorry for Amelie's audio. She used her computer's…
 
While the topic of the previous episode was light and rather fun (How to talk to your pet in French), today’s episode is more serious and I hope will be very useful to you. Listener Kate emailed me the following question: “I am a relatively new French learner and there is something important that I need to get right. I have a severe nut allergy (th…
 
This episode inspired by a question from Philip was a particularly fun one to prepare. Philip lives in Saint-Tropez, a beautiful and town on the Mediterranean coast in the South of France which attracts many visitors and celebrities in the summer. He did pet sitting for French friends and had many questions around how to talk to your pet in French.…
 
As Lara and Noah reach the end of their trip around the south of France, they make the most of the rest of their time in the alpine village of Aime-la-Plagne before heading back to Paris. In the tenth and final episode of this series of the Coffee Break French Travel Diaries, we encounter the phrase dormir comme une marmotte and we take a look at s…
 
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