Ep41 – Are you guilty of saying “comme ci comme ça ” ? Time to use “bof” instead
Welcome to the forty-first episode of the French Blabla podcast, where we not only enhance your French fluency but also delve into the fascinating meaning of “comme ci comme ca.”
This episode is dedicated to unraveling the layers behind this commonly used yet often misunderstood phrase in the French language.
Have you ever casually replied “comme ci comme ca” when asked about your well-being?
While this phrase has found its way into many conversations, its true essence often remains a mystery.
In today’s episode, we’re going beyond the surface to explore the real meaning of “comme ci comme ca” and how it’s perceived in everyday French dialogue.
Interestingly, despite its popularity in language classes and media, “comme ci comme ca” is not as commonly used among native French speakers as one might think.
Building on our previous discussions, such as in episode 22 where we decoded “I’m excited,” this episode takes a deeper dive into the meaning of “comme ci comme ca.”
We’ll explore how this phrase encapsulates a sense of indifference or moderate satisfaction, and how it’s contextually used in French conversations.
In This Episode, You Will Discover:
- An in-depth exploration of the phrase “comme ci comme ça” in the French language.
- Key body language expressions that complement the verbal nuances of French.
- Authentic responses to the question “How are you?” in French, moving beyond the cliché “comme ci comme ca.”
- Cultural insights into the subtleties of French social interactions and conversational etiquette.
Join us in this enlightening episode as we dissect the meaning of “comme ci comme ca,” offering you a richer understanding of French conversational nuances.
Tune in to French Blabla Podcast Episode 41 for an engaging and informative session that will elevate your grasp of the French language and culture.
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