6 French Verbs Underused That Should Use Everyday
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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 you cook, run, commute….

– A quick French Grammar Explanation. 6 underused French verbs that you should use  often if you want to speak French naturally.

– Some French Expressions and their translation


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I will create a french version of the podcast in the coming weeks,  if you are a bit advanced learners you should enjoy it more.

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Articles Mentioned in This Session:

French Words in the Podcast

  • le maquillage – makeup
  • le mascara – mascara
  • le fond de teint – foundation
  • l’anti-cernes – concealer
  • le eye-liner – eyeliner
  • le crayon à sourcils – eyebrow pencil
  • le baume pour les lèvres – lip balm
  • le gloss – lip gloss
  • le parfum – perfume
  • le visage – face

French Expression in the Podcast

  • Cela ne te regarde pas. – It’s none of your business.
  • Ce n’est pas grand-chose. – It’s no big deal.
  • C’est clair – It’s clear
  • D’où vient que…? – How is it that…?
  • Madame est servie. – Dinner is served.
  • Merci mille fois – Thanks a million
  • Mettre les voiles (fam) – Get lost!

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About the Author Frederic Bibard

Frederic Bibard is the founder of Talk in French, a company that helps french learners to practice and improve their french. Macaron addict. Jacques Audiard fan. You can contact him on Twitter and Google +

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