Learning French in Paris, Leçon 4 – 1

What do you like? Person speaking French English Frank Quel genre de musique est-ce que vous aimez, Stéphanie? What type of music do you like, Stephanie? Stéphanie Oh, j’aime bien l’opéra français, surtout Carmen, mais j’aime aussi le pop anglaise. Oh, I like French opera, especially Carmen, but I also like English pop. Frank Et …

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Learning French in Paris, Leçon 3 – 7

Introducing others Il s’appelle John Smith. Il habite à Paris. Il est français et il est écrivain. Il parle français bien sûr, anglais et espagnol. Son adresse e-mail, c’est john@outlook.fr. He is called John Smith. He lives in Paris. He is French and he is a writer. He speaks French of course, English and Spanish. …

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Learning French in Paris, Leçon 3 – 6

Filling out a form Something you have to do quite a lot is filling out forms. Try this one based on a reservation for a hotel. Votre sélection Date du séjour : Nombre de personnes: Prix TTC: Votre sélection Civilité*: M. Mme Mlle Dr Prof. *Champs obligatoires Nom: Prenom: Téléphone: E-mail: Confirmation e-mail: Profession: Or …

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Learning French in Paris, Leçon 3 – 5

The K

Addition and Subtraction Symbol French + Plus – Moins / Divisé * Fois = Egal Cinq plus sept egal douze.Onze plus huit egal dix-neuf.Un plus un egal deux. Dix moins quatre egal six.Cinq moins cinq egal zéro.Quatre moins deux egal deux. Sept divisé deux egal tois virgule cinq.Dix-huit divisé tois egal six.Vingt divisé quatre egal …

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Learning French in Paris, Leçon 3 – 4

Meat and Paint

Pronouncing [a], [ã], [o] and [õ] The tilda over a letter such as ã denoted the use of the nasal form. For instance in the word papa the a is said differently to the first ã sound in maman. Consider these words, [a] [ã] [o] [õ] journaliste comment volontiers volontiers artiste longtemps coordoneés mon champagne …

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