French in your own time. At your own pace.
But you'll want to see some samples first.
“Il va falloir que l'on tienne le coup jusqu'à lundi…”
“We're going to have to cope until Monday…”
One of our listeners emailed us this morning, asking about the l' in the above sentence from one of our earlier lessons.… Read More
“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
Lesson no: 200, Level: Intermediate
The subject of this, our 200th lesson!, is the opioid crisis in the U.S. which has reached quite shocking proportions. How did it come to this? Let’s start with a conversation.
Lesson no: 199, Level: Intermediate
Our conversation this time focuses on people who are referred to as ’les décroissants’. But who exactly are ‘les décroissants’? To find out, let’s start with a conversation.
Lesson no: 198, Level: Intermediate
One of our listeners was taking up a position as a teacher in a pre-school in France and asked if we would put together some expressions and vocabulary that might be used in a dialogue between the teacher and a parent. Let’s consider one such conversation.
Lesson no: 197, Level: Intermediate
Our lesson this time goes back to a joke made by chat-show host Trevor Noah last summer, following the World cup. The only thing is, some people didn’t find his joke funny at all, not least the French ambassador in Washington. So what was it all about, again? Let’s start, as usual, with a conversation to put things in context.
Lesson no: 196, Level: Intermediate
Our conversation this time focuses on President Macron's plan to reintroduce national service in France. Some people are wondering if he is the right man to decide on such matters, given that he himself is the first French president not to have done military service.