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Talk in French Podcast #17: French in Quebec vs France |10 French double syllable words

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 Here is the 17th session of  Talk in French Podcast! You can download the podcast to your computer or listen to it here via iTunes. There is a button where you can download the Podcast. In this episode: – Some information about French Culture. I explain about some differences between French in Quebec and in France including some misleading […]

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Talk in French Podcast #14 – French Parenting – 5 French Verbs misused by English Speakers

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  Here is the 14th session of  Talk in French Podcast! You can download the podcast to your computer or listen to it here via iTunes. There is a button where you can download the Podcast. In this episode: – Some information about French Culture. I explain about French Parenting. The good/ The bad – Some French Words with an […]

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Talk in French Podcast #12 – 6 French Weird Habits explained. 6 French verbs underused that should use everyday.

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  Here is the 12th session of  Talk in French Podcast! You can download the podcast to your computer or listen to it here via iTunes. There is a button where you can download the Podcast. In this episode: – Some information about French Culture. I explain 6 Quirky French Habits. – Some French Words with an English Translation. Ideal when […]

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Tips on How to Memorize French Vocabulary

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Frederic’s note: This article was written by Jack Nunn, who was kind enough to share his experiences about learning French vocabulary efficiently. He explains how he does it by taking into account the specificity of the French language (the gender issue).If you have some tips about learning French and want to write about it, feel free to email […]

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How to translate English Phrasal Verbs Up/ Down (e.g tidy up/ lay down) in French?

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   Some people asked me to make  a list of Phrasal Verbs (move up, tear down) in French. We do not use these little things (up/down) to change the meaning of a verb. But we have a similar concept with “les verbes pronominaux” (Pronominal Verbs), you can check it out  in this article  here. This list […]

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French Vocabulary List: Fruits and Grains

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  Go grab some fruits and hit two birds with one stone because today’s lesson is all about fruits and vegetables. While munching on some apples, make your time count learning a new set of French words at the same time. You’ll see that eating and learning make a good combo if you want to remember words […]

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French Vocabulary: PETS AND ANIMALS

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    You may have had a pet at one point in your life or you may even have one now. Either way, it makes perfect sense going through today’s lesson on French vocabulary—all about pets and animals. Le chien, after all, will forever be man’s best friend. And wouldn’t it be nice to call your pet in […]

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French Vocabulary: Office and Computing

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  Hate Math? Don’t worry. We’re not doing any kind of computing here. Instead we’ll learn some vocabulary related to the office where all the computing is done. No need to get your hands dirty with complicated numbers. You don’t even need to work in an office to get the hang of things. Just learn the phrases and words below which […]

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French Vocabulary: Post and Telecommunications

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  Imagine a world without iPhones, Blackberrys, email, calls or even snail mails. We might never survive. Because then how will we communicate? In today’s modern age, telecommunication is no longer an option but a need. Almost everyone has a cellphone unless you’re still living under a rock. So you’d better keep reading because today, you’ll learn all about words and […]

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French vocabulary: Crime, Law and Justice

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   Let’s talk about law and justice. Whether your exposure to the world of crime is limited to suspense television shows and action books, or you’re the more hands-on, living-on-the-edge type (oh, you little rebel!), law talk always appears every now and then. And of course, big words like this need to be interpreted perfectly, otherwise, […]

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French Vocabulary Not Learned in School: Work and Status

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   Everyone’s gotta work to earn some dough, right? That is, unless you’re the rolling-in-m0ney kind of filthy rich. Good for you then. But for this list of vocabulary, we take a look at the words, phrases, and slang on everything job related. Because hey, earning some moolah will never go passé. Plus, you’re sure to come across […]

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French Vocabulary not learned at school: Money

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​In English it’s cash, money, dough, moolah, bill, bucks, bread, fund, and so many other words, yet it all means the same thing. No matter what we do or where we go, money talk can’t escape us (or the other way around). So if you find yourself walking on French soil, you’ll invariably come across talk […]

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