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Lost in the Mountains

In today's lesson, we join two hikers in the French Alps who are walking around. And around.  And around. You'll learn how to argue with someone in French that you think you are lost and how to respond that, no, you are not. Later in the podcast, we discuss Chamonix Mont-Blanc and give some travel t...

Host: Erica, Amaury

Published: June 21, 2013

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Bad Driver

Rules of the road are something many people are familiar with thanks to driver's ed. Think of this FrenchPod lesson as a little driver's ed French style!...

Host: Amaury, JP
Function: police, rules

Published: March 29, 2013

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I Took the Wrong Train

The TGV is the best way to travel around France. But what happens if you hop on the wrong one? Don't worry, you won't! But in order to prepare you for any possible scenario, in this podcast you'll learn how to have a conversation with the train director if you need to resolve a problem. You'll also ...

Host: Erica, Amaury

Published: February 25, 2013

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I'm Lost

Being lost can be a disorienting and unpleasant situation, but if it happens to you in France than there's a silver lining - it's a great occasion to practice your French! In this lesson, learn how to tell someone you're lost and ask them for directions....

Host: Erica, Amaury
Topic: directions

Published: November 25, 2012

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Where's the bathroom?

When you have to use the restroom, there's no time to waste on trying to find the language you need for directions or to have to interpret the answer. In today's lesson, you'll learn the French way to ask where the facilities are, as well as the directions to get there that they'll probably give you...

Host: Erica, Amaury

Published: May 30, 2012

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