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Here is the 13th session of Talk in French Podcast!
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In this episode:
– Some information about French Culture. I explain some French Etiquette when eating out
– Some French Words with an English Translation. Ideal when you cook, run, commute….
– A quick French Grammar Explanation. 10 embarrassing pronunciation mistakes that you should avoid in French.
– Some French Expressions and their translation.
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Articles and vocabulary Mentioned in This Session:
- Tutoring services
- Grammar articles
- Vocabulary List articles
- Learning Method
- How to pronounce the U sound in French.
Some mispronunciation mentioned in the podcast
- Cou = neck / Cul =ass
- Coup = A hit/ shot
- C’était un joli coup (it was a nice shot). But you can be « un bon coup » = a good shag
- Joli cul = nice ass
- J’ai mal au cou (My neck hurts) not J’ai mal au cul ( My ass hurts)
- Bulle (bubble) Boule (balls)
- Salut (Hi) Salaud / Salop (Asshole)
- Merci beaucoup (thank you very much) not Merci beau cul (thank you nice ass)
- Vladimir Putin not Vladimir Putain (Vladimir Fuck)
- Cheveux (hair) vs Chevaux (horses)
- Canard (duck) vs Connard (asshole)
- Duck Confit (confit de canard not confit de connard)
- But « C’est un canard/ il fait le canard (he acts like a duck) = a yes man to his girlfriend)
- Con (a jerk) vs Quand (when)
- Branly (place in Paris) vs Branler (to jerk off)
- Baisser (to lower) Baiser (to fuck)
French Words in the Podcast
- le supermarché – supermarket/grocery store
- les provisions – groceries
- le tapis roulant – conveyer belt
- la boulangerie – bakery
- la confiserie – confectionary/sweets section
- les fruits – fruits
- les produits surgelés – frozen food
- la nourriture pour animaux – pet food
- la caisse- till/cash register
French Expression in the Podcast
- Ne quittez pas. – Please hold.
- Ça bouge ? – How’s it going?
- Ça me prend la tête ! – That drives me crazy!
- Je comprends un peu. I understand a little.
- C’est bon – It’s good
- C’est surprenant – It’s surprising
- Je vous le passe. – I’m transferring your call.
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