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Talk in French Podcast #6 – Do French Men cheat more than others?


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Here is the 6th 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. French Men Myths
– Some French Words with an English Translation. Ideal when you cook, run, commute….
– A quick French Grammar Explanation.
– Some French Expressions and their translation.

In this episode

– Culture: 4 common myths about French Men explained (or debunked) including Why French Men cheat more than others.

– Grammar: 4 common mistakes made by English Speakers in French. 3 are totally new.

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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 petit déjeuner – breakfast
  • le buffet du petit déjeuner – breakfast buffet
  • la confiture – jam/jelly
  • le pain – bread
  • la saucisse – sausage
  • les œufs brouillés – scrambled eggs
  • l’œuf à coque – boiled egg
  • le fromage – cheese
  • le bacon – bacon
  • le pâté – pâté

French Expression in the Podcast

  • Quoi de neuf ? – What’s new?
  • Qui m’aime aime mon chien – Love me love my dog.
  • qui plus est – furthermore
  • Qui sait ? Who knows?
  • Mais je parle, je parle…- But enough about me…

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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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