French in your own time. At your own pace.
But you'll want to see some samples first.
‘Azarenka: droite dans ses bottes’
‘Azarenka: cocksure of herself’
The sports headlines from the tennis tournament at Roland Garros (one of which we can see, above) have featured some interesting expressions in the last few days.… Read More
More about qui and que
Two small French words with many meanings and functions
“Est-ce que tu twittes souvent?!”
“Do you often send tweets?...”
Millions of people around the world 'tweet' every day. But how do we talk about it all in French?… Read More
“As a result...”, and so...
The expression Du coup... is extremely common, especially in spoken French. So, how should we use it?… Read More
“Qu'est-ce que c'est?”
What's that?, What are those?...
One of our listeners asked: how do you say What are those? in French? We can say this in a number of ways.… Read More
Lesson no: 193, Level: Intermediate
Britain’s vote to withdraw from the European Union was widely controversial and continues to be so. Brexit – from a French perspective – is at the centre of our conversation this time.
Lesson no: 192, Level: Intermediate
The transfer of Brazilian footballer, Neymar, smashed all records in terms of the colossal sums of money involved. Are such sporting investments really justified? Let’s talk about that.
Lesson no: 191, Level: Intermediate
Our lesson this time was inspired by a recent article entitled “Has the smartphone destroyed a generation?” A provocative title indeed, but one that got us thinking. C’est parti!
Lesson no: 190, Level: Advanced
Our lesson this time - for Advanced learners – focuses on the stunning rise to the French presidency of the youthful Emmanuel Macron at just 39 years of age. How, exactly, did he manage to pull off such a victory? Let’s discuss.
Lesson no: 189, Level: Intermediate
A listener wondered if we could do a lesson on the basis of a traffic accident. So that’s what we’ve done : we’ve simulated a discussion on the basis of a minor accident that did actually occur recently at our end. Let’s start with a conversation: then we’ll look closely at the vocabulary.