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Education podcast:Learn French by Podcast

Education podcast:Learn French by Podcast

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Utiliser les Podcasts en cours de FLE Utiliser les Podcasts en cours de FLE Pour cette première édition de la lettre d’information multimédia, nous vous proposons de découvrir ou redécouvrir le podcast et ses applications en classe de langue. >Quèsaco ? Qu'est-ce qu'un PodCast ? Exercices d'écoute avec bandes-annonces Ça va Ce site utilise des cookies pour assurer les services de Google Analytics et Google Adsense. Plus d'info Cookie Consent plugin for the EU cookie law Bandes-annonces Exercices d'écoute pour étudiants de niveau avancé avec bandes-annonces de films français

Avoir des atomes crochus - Français Authentique Dans l’épisode d’aujourd’hui, je vous explique le sens de l’expression « Avoir des atomes crochus » J’attends vos avis sur Facebook : cliquez ici. (Faites un clic droit sur ce lien pour enregistrer le fichier MP3)(Faites un clic droit sur ce lien pour enregistrer le fichier PDF)

Walk, Talk and Learn French iTunes Rewind Podcasts: Best of 2010 We’re delighted to announce that three Radio Lingua podcasts have been voted iTunes Best of 2010 – for the fourth year running! This year Coffee Break French, Coffee Break Spanish and Walk Talk and Learn French all feature in the “Classic audio/video” sections in the UK list. To check out the top 100 podcasts of the year – from the 200,000+ podcasts in iTunes – click on the iTunes Store link here. Meet the team at the London Language Show

How to Say "How Are You" in French Like a Local You walk to your friend, ask him “comment allez-vous ?” (how are you) and expect a passionate answer about what’s he’s been up to lately. Instead, your friend simply answers “good, and you?”. What did you do wrong? Not much. In fact, the only mistake you made was to use the wrong “how are you”.

French Listening Resources: Listen & Read to Improve your French Comprehension - Download mp3s & Transcripts Listening to French while reading along with the transcript is a great way to improve your comprehension as well as your pronunciation. The following mp3s and mp4s were created by native speakers of French and they are free for teachers and students to download. 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. For the resources that have transcripts available, I've created individual pages so that you can now listen and read along or do a cloze (fill-in-the-blank) exercise if you prefer to work online. Each page will open in a new tab or window.

Podcast Archives - Talk in French It’s Finally Here: the 1st Episode of the New All-French Podcast Hello, everyone! After months of delaying this project, I am finally releasing the first episode—a sort of pilot, actually—of the all-French podcast. The entire episode is totally in French, except for a few difficult words. You will notice that this episode is a bit low-key (no intro, sound quality is good but not perfect, no […] Continue reading lafrancebis La France est connue dans le monde entier pour sa cuisine variée et raffinée: escargots, foie gras, bouillabaisse... Mais de plus en plus de Français préfèrent les chips et les hamburgers aux plats traditionnels. Les Français n'ont ni le temps ni l'argent pour bien manger.

Learn French by Podcast Click the View PDF Guide buttons below to open the relevant Lesson Guides. You'll see for yourself how much information is contained in each lesson. If you have already registered, you can purchase Download Credits for access to more lessons. "Sur le chemin de l'école", un film émouvant What exactly does the word ‘education’ mean to you ? Sur le chemin de l’école is a provocative and inspiring documentary from Pascal Plisson. The Best French Podcasts to Learn and Improve Your French Whether you’re at work or home eating dinner, you can work on your French by listening to some of the best French podcasts available. Audio can be hard since you don’t have facial expressions, body language, or text in front of you to use as context clues. But they are doable. If you consistently listen to podcasts for a few weeks, you will notice a difference. Since our ears get used to certain people’s voices, you may want to listen to the same one over a period of time.

Top 10 podcasts to help you learn a language I became a language addict way back in the early noughties thanks to Shakira. Since then I’ve gone on to pursue a degree in French and Spanish with the Open University, and I’ve also studied Mandarin, Italian, German and various other languages along the way. With formal studying never quite being enough, I’m always looking for other methods to engage my language learning brain, podcasts being one of them. Here’s a few of my favourites: 1. 10 Awesome French Podcasts for French Learners So many French podcasts, so little time! Which ones are worth listening to? With so many French podcasts, it can be a challenge to find ones that match what you’re looking for. The internet is filled with thousands of language learning podcasts of varying degrees of quality. Some are entirely free while others offer a few complimentary lessons before introducing paid options. Many have transcripts which accompany the podcast.