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Débat Politique

La politique, qu'elle soit nationale ou internationale, tient une place majeure dans les conversations journalières des Français. Nous allons ainsi rejoindre dans ce podcast deux Francophones aux Etats-Unis débattre des élections présidentielles à venir. Au cours de leur discussion, vous entendrez d...

Published: January 03, 2014

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Restrictions Budgétaires

Certaines personnes n'aiment pas mélanger vie privée et vie professionnelle, d'autres aiment au contraire échanger avec leurs collègues plus que des dossiers. Découvrons aujourd'hui ce qui peut se cacher derrière les relations professionnelles entretenues par deux dirigeants d'une même société!...

Host: Amaury, Marion

Published: December 23, 2013

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Do We Leave a Tip?

To leave a tip or not to leave a tip...that is the question. When it comes time to pay the check, it's not always clear what to do in the tipping department when you're abroad. In today's podcast, we learn the tip situation in France and also how to tell someone they're crazy in French....

Host: Erica, Amaury
Topic: money, services
Function: arguing

Published: September 02, 2013

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Get Out of the Park!

This poscast is full of French culture! From learning how to respond to a French officer to understanding why France's pavements and parks might not be the cleanest....

Host: Amaury, JP

Published: April 15, 2013

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The Gauguin

We take a trip to the Musée d'Orsay in today's lesson where we follow two...let's just say...art enthusiasts, who seem to be visiting this magnificent establishment for motives ulterior to art appreciation....

Host: Erica, Amaury
Topic: arts

Published: December 05, 2012

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It's Madness!

Where? At the department store during Christmas time, of course. In today's lesson, we listen in on a French couple who have gone down one too many an aisle today. You'll learn in this lesson how to talk about the crowds in French, as well as some other useful expressions you may need on a shopping ...

Host: Erica, Amaury

Published: July 25, 2012

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