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Episode 28 – How 16 wishes will change the way you show empathy in French

Welcome to the twenty-eighth episode of the French Blabla podcast where we will cover tips to increase your fluency while boosting your way of learning. Happy new year to everybody! Let’s begin 2020 on a slow note with a vocabulary lesson. We’ll keep the grammar for another episode. Today, we’ll cover formal phrases that we use to wish in French and to show empathy. Stay tuned!

In this Episode

  • Formal phrases for various situations to wish in French and to show empathy
  • Sound like a native
  • Nuggets of French culture
  • A cheat sheet to download with the tips from today’s episode

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4 thoughts on “Episode 28 – How 16 wishes will change the way you show empathy in French

  1. Anna says:

    Je ne savais pas que ‘Bonne continuation’ s’utilisait plutôt quand quelqu’un partait pour toujours/longtemps, je croyais que ça se disait aussi à la fin d’une année scolaire par exemple quand on allait se voir l’année d’après…

    • Caro says:

      Coucou Anna, merci pour ton commentaire ! Effectivement, c’est un peu bizarre de dire “bonne continuation” à quelqu’un si on le revoit plus tard.

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