Blog Posts in the audio category

French Slangcast - Episode 6

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This is the sixth of a ten-part audio lesson looking at French slang with two friends: Mimi and Momo.

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French Slangcast - Episode 5

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This is the fifth of a ten-part audio lesson looking at French slang with two friends: Mimi and Momo.

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Aquarelles - Advanced Reading Practice

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In today's blog we are going to look at a small reading and pronunciation exercise based on a poem by a French poet called Paul Verlaine called Aquarelles (Green).

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French Slangcast - Episode 4

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This is the fourth of a ten-part audio lesson looking at French slang with two friends: Mimi and Momo.

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La Chandeleur

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Today is French pancake day! We call it La Chandeleur or sometimes La Fête de la Lumière.

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French Slangcast - Episode 3

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This is the third of a ten-part audio lesson looking at French slang with two friends: Mimi and Momo.

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French Slangcast - Episode 2

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This is the second of a ten-part audio lesson looking at French slang with two friends: Mimi and Momo.

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French Slangcast - Episode 1

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This is the first of a ten-part audio lesson looking at French slang with two friends: Mimi and Momo.

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Tintin

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Here is one of our old Reading and Listening Comprehension audio exercises on the subject of Tintin.

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La cigale et la fourmi

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Bonjour! We thought we'd give you something a bit challenging this week in the blog. Here is an audio of me reading a famous French fable called La cigale et la fourmi (the cicada and the ant) by Jean de La Fontaine (1621 – 1695).

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Au clair de la lune

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Au claire de la lune is a popular children's song in France. It dates back to the 18th Century and nobody knows who composed the music or wrote the lyrics. We recorded this version of the song with my sister Lo Polidoro.

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Le week-end de ma sœur

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Bonjour! Here is our very first blog entry. We thought we'd give you a free French dictation exercise to help you practise your listening and comprehension skills. Watch out for the French passé composé tense. It's called le week-end de ma sœur - my sister's weekend.

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