Learn French by Podcast
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In our last lesson, a trip to the dentist resulted in a filling. The dentist and patient had a brief chat at the end of the appointment. Let's see how their conversation ended up. We'll study the expressions 'to finish [doing]', 'to be in agony' and 'to find it difficult [to do]'. We'll also discuss using the Imperfect Tense to describe physical states in the past. Allons-y!

Direct download: LFBP_Lesson_54.mp3
Category:Education -- posted at: 9:22am UTC

In our last lesson, we saw how to make an dental appointment. This time, we’re in the dentist’s chair… The drill, fillings, injections, cavities – we’ll meet them all in this first part of a two-part lesson.

Direct download: LFBP_Lesson_53.mp3
Category:Education -- posted at: 4:27pm UTC

We'll see how to make an appointment to see the dentist in this lesson. We'll meet a variety of useful expressions, including 'prendre rendezvous avec quelqu'un', 'ressentir (une douleur)' and 'le plus rapidement possible'. To see what all these mean - and how to use them - let's get started!

Direct download: LFBP_Lesson_52.mp3
Category:Education -- posted at: 10:34am UTC

Our task is a simple but common one in this lesson - that is, to make a restaurant reservation. We'll learn to recognise some common questions which are likely to be put to us by the receptionist and we'll revise how to spell some words, including one or two surnames.

Direct download: LFBP_Lesson_51.mp3
Category:Education -- posted at: 8:43pm UTC

A ski-wear shop is the setting for this, our 50th Learn French by Podcast lesson. We'll see how to make effective use of the verbs 'aimer', 'suivre', 'passer' and 'essayer' and we'll also learn revise the object pronouns 'le', 'la' and 'les'.

Direct download: LFBP_Lesson_50.mp3
Category:Education -- posted at: 11:07pm UTC