"On" vs "nous"

Episode 26 – “On” VS “Nous” – Let the battle begin



Welcome to the twenty-sixth episode of the French Blabla podcast where we will cover tips to increase your fluency while boosting your way of learning. This episode will clear the mystery around the use of “on” vs “nous” and hopefully will change the way you talk forever. We will unveil the many secrets of “on”. After this episode, you’ll be a master. If you want to sound even more like a native, listen again to episode 15 if you’re a beginner and episode 16 if you’re intermediate or advanced. Stay tuned!



In this Episode

  • Tips to talk about yourself more naturally
  • No more confusion with “on” vs “nous”
  • Instantly sound like a native
  • A challenge for you to shine
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Episode 24 – Let’s talk about it anyway…in French!



Welcome to the twenty-fourth episode of the French Blabla podcast where we will cover tips to increase your fluency while boosting your way of learning. This episode is inspired by Vivienne, a fellow listener and we will tackle the very useful “anyway” and its many translations in French. So many that another episode will be needed to cover them all. Stay tuned!



In this Episode

  • An important English filler “anyway” in French to give more life to your conversations
  • Sound like a native
  • A cheat sheet to download with the tips from today’s episode
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fillers

Episode 23 – Two MORE fillers you haven’t learnt at school


Welcome to the twenty-third episode of the French Blabla podcast where we will cover tips to increase your fluency while boosting your way of learning. In episode 20, we studied together two filler words commonly used by French people. There are many of them, so today, I’ll introduce you to two more fillers. You will learn how to be a more active participant in conversations and how to show surprise and empathy. Stay tuned!

In this Episode

  • Two more fillers to give more life to your conversations
  • Sound like a native
  • A cheat sheet to download with the tips from today’s episode

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excited

Episode 22 – How to say “I’m excited” like a native

Welcome to the twenty-second episode of the French Blabla podcast where we will cover tips to increase your fluency while boosting your way of learning. In episode 4, we talked about risque pronunciation and English words that translated poorly in French. If you haven’t listened to this episode or if you don’t remember, I suggest you go listen. Today, we’re going to focus on one of these phrases “I’m excited”. It’s commonly translated word for word and it’s something you should stay away from. Listen to today’s episode to discover how to translate “I’m excited” like a native. Stay tuned!

In this Episode

  • Sound like a native
  • No more embarrassment
  • A cheat sheet to download with the tips from today’s episode

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