French in your own time. At your own pace.
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“On a tous le droit de s'exprimer…”
“We all have the right to express ourselves…”
One of our listeners wondered about the pronunciation of the word tous, referring to the sentence above which appeared in one of our earlier lessons.… Read More
“Je ne sais pas grand-chose sur ce sujet…”
“I know almost nothing about this subject…”
One of our listeners asked about the expression above which we discussed in Lesson 31, entitled 'Tell me about your home town…'… Read More
Une nouvelle année, de nouveaux serveurs!
LFBP is now hosted on new, faster and more efficient servers.
Our site has been hosted on the same server since we created our first lessons in 2006. It was time for an update.… Read More
“Joyeux Noël et Bonne Année 2013 pour toi et ta famille…”
How to wish someone well as the end of year approaches…
How can we extend our best wishes to someone at the end of the year? Let's see.… Read More
“Ils auront fort à faire pour rembourser leurs dettes.…”
“They will have much to do to repay their debts…”
In our lessons, we have met the verb devoir (= to have to) many times over. Falloir (= to be necessary) often accomplishes a similar task, to convey what must be done, what is necessary, etc.… Read More
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.
Lesson no: 188, Level: Intermediate
The withdrawal of the U.S. from the Paris Accord on climate change caused consternation worldwide, not least as almost all countries signed up to its terms in 2016. Let’s talk about the decision of the U.S. administration to withdraw. We’ll discover how to make use of a whole range of interesting vocabulary. C’est parti!
Lesson no: 187, Level: Intermediate
In some countries, particularly the U.S., a university education has become so expensive that some wonder if it is even worth going to college at all, any more. Let’s start with a conversation. Then we’ll come back and look more closely at some key vocabulary.
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.