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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

Share what you’re excited about in the comment section

Do you have any other phrases or puzzling words that you struggle with? What are you excited about in your life? Don’t hesitate to share with me in the comment section.

Music by bensound.com

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

  1. Vera says:

    Je suis contente d’avoir trouvé votre podcast! c’est exactement ce que je cherchais pour apprendre / améliorer mon Français. Merci pour taking the time to make such useful segments. <3

  2. gaby says:

    C’est super le podcast! Mes professeurs de français ont toujours essayé de m’apprendre cette idée, mais votre explication est la plus simple à comprendre que j’ai entendue. Merci!

    • Caro says:

      Coucou Gaby, merci beaucoup pour tes gentils mots. Je suis contente que maintenant tu comprennes cette idée. Félicitations ! Alors ? De quoi tu as hâte en ce moment ?

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