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20
I need something for these mosquito bites!

A trip abroad can often lead to some unexpected physical condition – an upset stomach, itching from insect bites, blistered feet, and more. That, in turn, can lead us to the local pharmacy. But, what do we say when we get there? Let’s find out in this lesson.


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 20
Level: Beginner

19
My cell phone isn't working. I'd like to have it repaired, please...

In this lesson we’re going to see what we’ll need to say if we take something to a shop to have it repaired. First we’ll need to describe the problem. We'll also find out how long it will take to resolve our problem.


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 19
Level: Beginner

18
A return ticket to Toulouse, please...

In this lesson, let's find out how to buy a train ticket. The vocabulary we'll meet will be just as useful when purchasing inter-city bus tickets, plane tickets, and so on. Let's see, also, how to say we'd prefer a window or aisle seat, or travel in the smoking or non-smoking section. Allons-y!


Price: 0 credit(s)
Lesson #: 18
Level: Beginner

17
She's not here right now - would you like to leave a message?

You make a phone call but the person you're looking for isn't there. Should you leave a message? Or maybe that's not necessary. Let's see, in this lesson, how the conversation might unravel.


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 17
Level: Beginner

16
Is it ok if I take your photo?

People are often very accommodating when we wish to take a photo with them in it. But it's usually advisable to ask first. Let's see how to do that in this lesson. We'll also see how to have them take our picture, using our camera.


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 16
Level: Beginner

15
May I have one of those, please?

If you've been in France or another French-speaking country, chances are that you've found yourself asking for something in a shop, in French. It sounds so simple, but how, in fact, do we say "I'll have that one... no, sorry... the one on the right..."? In this lesson, let's learn some of those essential phrases.


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 15
Level: Beginner

14
Let's cook!

Whether you're an avid creator of wonderful four-course dishes or incapable of boiling an egg, you'll find in this lesson a range of vocabulary which will take a meal through from preparation to completion. Don't worry - Amélie will tell us what to do!


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 14
Level: Intermediate

13
A visit to the doctor

You're on vacation in France but, unfortunately, you develop an earache while you're there. There's nothing for it but a visit to the doctor. But how will you explain the problem? Furthermore, will you be able to understand what the doctor is saying to you?! Let's find out.


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 13
Level: Intermediate

12
I've got a hangover!

Type the word "hangover" into google and it will return millions of hits. Remedies, cures, avoidance strategies, explanations - someone out there has all the answers. We can't pretend to have the ultimate cure, but we can, on the other hand, provide some vocabulary to discuss that unpleasant feeling in French.


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 12
Level: Beginner

11
Talking about the weather

Wherever we are, whatever we're doing, the weather seems to have an effect on our general state of mind. In this short lesson, we'll meet some expressions which will provide the basics, whether it's a beautiful day or raining cats and dogs.


Price: 1 credit(s)
Lesson #: 11
Level: Beginner

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