French in your own time. At your own pace.
But you'll want to see some samples first.
“Dépêchons-nous de rentrer avant qu’il ne pleuve…”
“Let's hurry home before it rains…”
Today, a listener sent us the kind message below… with an interesting question. Let's take a closer look.… Read More
... et une bonne année 2014!
À tous les utilisateurs de LFBP… nous vous souhaitons un joyeux Noël et une très bonne année 2014!… Read More
“Ça fait trois semaines qu‘on en parle…”
“We‘ve been talking about it for three weeks…”
Today, a listener asked about the function of the word ‘en’ in the context below, from LFBP Lesson 23.… Read More
La Coupe du Monde au Qatar, une décision controversée
If you're interested in sport, the range of vocabulary and expressions in our next lesson will be of interest to you…
The decision to award the 2022 World Cup was a controversial one from FIFA for a number of reasons. The main reason has been the cost… in human terms.… Read More
Seeing, socialising, frequenting, attending, visiting, going to…
A verb to remember is fréquenter
This morning, a listener asked us about the verb fréquenter in the following expression:… Read More
Lesson no: 186, Level: Intermediate
It’s holiday season, a time of year when we might discuss a film or TV series we’ve seen. That’s the subject of our conversation this time. First, let’s talk about a French production called ‘Spiral’.
Lesson no: 185, Level: Intermediate
The coral reefs of the world’s oceans are in mortal danger but, as is often the case with environmental concerns, few people seem to appreciate that the dangers are imminent. That is the focus of our lesson this time.
Lesson no: 184, Level: Intermediate
Digital tablets in the classroom were recently described as a 60 billion dollar hoax. Despite these strong words, it seems we’re on an inexorable drive to place a screen in front of every child in the classroom. But to whose benefit? That’s the subject of our conversation in this lesson.
Lesson no: 183, Level: Intermediate
This lesson is inspired by our having heard about Norway in Michael Moore’s latest satirical documentary. Now, no country is perfect but Norway certainly seems to have a lot going for it. Let’s start with a conversation.
Lesson no: 182, Level: Advanced
The title of this Advanced lesson may be controversial. After all, it is a fact that tens of thousands of people – some of whom have been lifted out of abject poverty – work in call centres around the world. However, questions one might ask are: what kind of work do call centre workers actually do? What kind of career prospects can workers realistically expect from such work? Béatrix talks of her friend’s experience in one such call centre. Let’s listen.