Bonjour à tous,
Welcome to the sixteenth episode of the French Blabla podcast where we will cover tips to increase your fluency while boosting your way of learning. This episode is the second part of how to litter your French like a native and is geared towards intermediate and advanced learners. Click here if you miss the first part aimed at beginners and learn some instant actionable tips for a more natural French. Today we’ll learn the bad grammar that French people use. Stay tuned!
In this Episode
- Bad grammar French people use
- One of the most important notion for a natural French
- Some listening practice
In this episode, I challenged you with a new listening exercise. Can you spot the repetitions? Watch the video until 0’52” and share in the comment section all the repetitions that you could hear and what they refer to. Don’t forget to click on the cog to enable the French subtitles.
If you remember what we saw in the last episode, you will notice that when Ernest says “ils aiment” he actually pronounces “il” as “i”. The same happens in the part “pour pas qu’il se foire” where he will pronounce “il” also as “i”.
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