Bonjour, this is Frederic and I would like to personally welcome you to the fourteenth episode of the Talk in French Podcast!
This podcast is intended for beginner to intermediate French language learners and French culture enthusiasts. For advanced level learners, I also have an all-French Podcast which you would probably enjoy more. You can check the Advanced Podcast here.
In this episode:
- Some information about French Culture. I explain about French Parenting. The good/ The bad
- Some French Words with an English Translation. Ideal when you cook, run, commute....
- A quick French Grammar Explanation. 5 French Verbs misused by English Speakers
- Some French Expressions and their translation.
What's in this Podcast?
French Travel and Culture
Discover some interesting aspects of French travel and culture.
Vocabulary and Expressions
Learn useful French vocabulary and idiomatic expressions.
French Grammar Explanation
Get to know important grammar points and learn how to use it.
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French Vocabulary Included in this Episode:
|la pelote à épingles||pincushion|
|le dé à coudre||thimble|
|la pelote de laine||ball of yarn|
|labobine defil||thread reel|
French Expressions from this Podcast Episode:
|Cela dépend de||That depends on|
|Cela me ferait grand plaisir.||I would be delighted.|
|Plus on est de fous, plus on rit.||The more the merrier.|
|Quoi qu'il arrive||whatever happens|
|Comme le temps passe !||How time flies!|
|D'autant plus !||All the more reason!|
|Entredonc !||Come on in!|
Articles and vocabulary Mentioned in This Session:
- Tutoring services
- Grammar articles
- Vocabulary List articles
- Learning Method
- French Parenting: The secret behind well-behaved children.
- Misused verbs:
- Nager (to swim/ a physical activity) Se baigner ( to play in the water)
- Sembler / Paraître (to seem) = Sembler means “to seem”:- Il me semble déprimé.(but we can also say, Il a l’air = He looks like)
– He seems (looks) depressedParaître is used in a situation.Il paraît que oui.
So it seems, That seems to be the case.
- To be = être / avoir / faire
- J’ai froid (I have cold) = I am cold
- Je suis fatigué = I am tired
- Il fait froid (it makes cold) = It is cold outside
- Ca me fait = It makes
- It makes me angry = Ca m’énerve
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