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68
I'd like to hire a car [Part I]

It's summer vacation time. In this lesson, let's discover how to carry out a common task for tourists - to hire a car. We'll learn how to ask the basic questions related to this undertaking, as well as some more specific vocabulary including 'car insurance', 'driving licence', 'deposit', 'petrol', 'a refill (of the tank)', and more.


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 68
Level: Intermediate

67
You never stop complaining!

Antoine and Linda are visiting the Louvre museum in this lesson. Though it should be an enjoyable outing, Antoine is unhappy about a number of things and is doing his fair share of moaning and groaning. So, let's learn how to say 'You never stop moaning!'. There are lots of other interesting expressions, too, including: 'You didn't have to (come, you know!)', 'Try to talk more quietly!' and 'Don't draw attention to yourself!'...


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 67
Level: Intermediate

66
How are you?...

A listener recently asked us: "Which lesson deals with 'Ça va?'!… Though it's a simple expression, it's an essential one. As it’s been a while since we’ve had a beginner lesson, let's visit some of the basics in this short lesson. We’ll see how to ask how someone is, we’ll learn a little about the weather, and we'll see examples of 'tout' and 'toute'. Let's get going.


Price: 0 credit(s)
Lesson #: 66
Level: Beginner

65
I'm as stiff as a board today!

It’s a physical feeling we experience frequently, after sport, a day’s gardening, whatever. We’ll be talking about feeling stiff in this lesson – lesson 65. We'll see how to say 'What's the matter?', 'What did you do to yourself?', 'You should have...' and a range of other useful expressions and vocabulary. Allons-y!...


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 65
Level: Intermediate

64
I gave blood today!

A good deed - giving blood, to be precise - is the topic of this lesson, lesson 64. We'll study a variety of expressions, including "I did a good deed..." and "It's for that (very) reason that...". We'll also learn the meaning of an amusing expression: 'tomber dans les pommes'. At first sight, it appears to have something to do with falling into apples but, in fact, means something quite different! Let's get started...


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 64
Level: Intermediate

63
Do you know anyone who can help me with electrical work?

We're looking for someone to help us with a specific task, once again, in this lesson. The job in question is electrical work: we'll discover some electricity-related vocabulary and we'll revise some key expressions from previous lessons including: 'venir de (+ infinitive)', 'avoir besoin de', and 'falloir (+ infinitive)'. We'll also learn how to say 'When it comes to...' and 'You mustn't joke about that!' Allons-y!


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 63
Level: Intermediate

62
Do you know anyone who can help me create a website?

We're looking for someone to help create a website in this lesson - lesson 62. We'll learn some useful computing-related vocabulary. In addition to this, we'll study the useful expressions 's'y connaître en', 'donner un coup de main (à quelqu'un)' and 'se débrouiller'. Let's get started...


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 62
Level: Intermediate

61
What've you been up to this last month?!

When we bump into someone we haven’t met for a while, we’ll commonly ask them what they’ve been up to. That’s the topic of this lesson. we'll work with a variety of useful expressions including: 'Ça fait…?', 'pas mal de' and 'Ça a mis…'. We'll also see how to make use of the verbs 'devenir', 'intervenir' and 'se permettre de'.


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 61
Level: Intermediate

60
How is your course going?

In this lesson, we'll study the vocabulary needed to ask someone how he or she is progressing at an art course. We'll examine a range of useful expressions, including 'avoir peur de', 'il y a toutes sortes de' and 'se moquer de (quelqu'un)'. We'll also look at 'plaire (à)', a common verb but one which is often the cause of errors for learners of French.


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 60
Level: Intermediate

59
I saw something interesting on TV last night

We'll discover how to discuss a programme from last night's TV schedule in this lesson. In particular, Xavier talks about a documentary he saw on the life of Henri Troyat, a prolific French writer. We'll meet - and practice - new expressions including 'passer à la télé', 'être décédé', 'être crevé' and 'rester éveillé jusqu'à'. Allons-y!


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 59
Level: Intermediate

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