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BBC Languages – Free online lessons to learn and study with TICs en FLE: Parcours cours audiovisuels en ligne Extr@ est une série télévisée à but éducatif qui a été diffusée de 2002 à 2004 . La version française a 13 épisodes . L'histoire Extr@ c'est l'histoire de Sacha et Annie, Sam et Nico. Les deux filles partagent un appartement à Paris, et Nico est leur voisin. Ils ont la pire des concierges!

Collocation:Meaning and List of Collocations A collocation is a combination of words that are commonly used together; the simplest way of describing collocations is to say that they ‘just sound right’ to native English speakers. Other combinations that may mean the same thing would seem ‘ unnatural’. Collocations include noun phrases like ‘ stiff wind’ and‘weapons of mass destruction’, phrasal verbs such as‘to get together’ and other stock phrases such as‘the rich and famous’ It is important to learn collocations, because they are important for the naturalisation of one’s speech. Besides, they broaden one’s scope for expression. Here is a list of collocations to help you get started:

English to French, Italian, German & Spanish Dictionary - WordReference.com TICs en FLE: Parcours dialogues Quel(s) dialogue(s) voulez-vous écouter ? À vous de choisir ... "À la rencontre de Simon" "Une nouvelle rencontre au travail" "Pompier , un métier magnifique" "Une maison formidable"

American Accents - Test Your Listening Comprehension American Accents - Test Your Listening Comprehension Test your American English comprehension by listening to these videos of various American accents! I urge you - don't just listen, shadow! If you hear an accent had by your client, listen, stop the video and mimic it! Welcome to Mary Glasgow Magazines - Mary Glasgow Magazines French Listening Resources: Listen & Read to Improve your French Comprehension Listening to French while reading along with the transcript is a great way to improve your comprehension as well as your pronunciation. The following authentic French listening resources in video and mp3 formats were created by native speakers of French and they are free for teachers and students to download and/or use in class. All of them are spontaneous speech - nothing was scripted or rehearsed, and some were even recorded without the speaker's prior knowledge for an eavesdropping effect. Many resources also have fill-in-the-blank (cloze) exercises so you can test your comprehension skills.

IELTS for FREE.com Zaption - Interact & Learn with Video Lessons Introduction - French listening exercises This modern languages resource has 10 recordings of French speech, describing the everyday lives of French teenagers. The recordings are accompanied by transcripts in French so learners can check their understanding. Listening exercise one - Thomas and Pierre

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