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

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June 22, 2014

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Bonjour, this is Frederic and I would like to personally welcome you to the twelfth 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. 

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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


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:

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 Expressions from this Podcast Episode:

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 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 Instagram

  • Very interesting to learn about the habits of the French. These podcasts are great, enjoyable and quite useful.

  • Really like the section about useful verbs that French people use a lot! Please do more of this! Also I am really enjoying your podcasts.I’ve listened to all of them so far!

  • Merci! your podcast is so helpful and full of good information. Thank you. I hope to speak french fluently some day.

  • Salut! you are GREAT! however, i suggest that you speak french rather than speak english most of the time because in that way students like me who listen to your podcasts will get accustomed to hearing french words. Merci!

    • I am planning to do it but later. But this podcast is an extension of the blog. I want to reach a certain audience (people who have an interest in French). I don’t want to do exactly what some others podcast do already. I want to be different. I will do another podcast only in French but it will be a different format I think (dedicated to listening comprehension). I cannot please with everyone 🙁

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