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A day in French - 39 - Wild French Blabla

    • Language Learning

Today’s story was inspired by some program my partner listened to at the radio. Since I talked about weird French events, like the bizarre and let’s admit it, quite ghastly Christmas menu we covered in episode 21 of "A day in French", it will not come as a surprise that I cover this strange event.
The grammar focus today will be geared towards A2 and B1. You’ll be able to review or learn how to create adverbs.
To get everything, head over to frenchblabla.org to download the study guide where you’ll find the transcription, the grammar focus and the vocabulary.
There’s also a free audio training waiting for you on the homepage. You’ll learn my best tips to sound like a native.
 
Music by Podington Bear
 
Useful Episode Resources
Grab today's study guide here.
 
 
FREE audio training to help you understand spoken French
Want to understand when French people speak? Sound more natural? Have a better and smoother pronunciation? Well, you can do that with this free audio training. It will give you the tips and secrets to speak more like a native. Grab your FREE training here.
 
 
Join the Blabla Club
Not sick of me yet? Every day I hang out in my amazing community of French learners. If you’re looking for a warm, encouraging, community-driven space where you can regularly engage other French learners, discuss curated web content, participate in grammar and vocabulary challenges, and build connections and habits that make French-learning part of your everyday lifestyle, come and check out The Blabla Club. It's the number one place to hang out and practice your French by applying everything I talk about in this show.
 
 
Subscribe and review The French Blabla Podcast
Thanks so much for tuning into the podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and love the show, I'd really appreciate you subscribing and leaving me a review on your favourite podcast player.
 
Not only does it let me know you're out there listening, but your feedback helps me to keep creating the most useful episodes. And you know what? I also get to be discovered by more awesome people like you!

Today’s story was inspired by some program my partner listened to at the radio. Since I talked about weird French events, like the bizarre and let’s admit it, quite ghastly Christmas menu we covered in episode 21 of "A day in French", it will not come as a surprise that I cover this strange event.
The grammar focus today will be geared towards A2 and B1. You’ll be able to review or learn how to create adverbs.
To get everything, head over to frenchblabla.org to download the study guide where you’ll find the transcription, the grammar focus and the vocabulary.
There’s also a free audio training waiting for you on the homepage. You’ll learn my best tips to sound like a native.
 
Music by Podington Bear
 
Useful Episode Resources
Grab today's study guide here.
 
 
FREE audio training to help you understand spoken French
Want to understand when French people speak? Sound more natural? Have a better and smoother pronunciation? Well, you can do that with this free audio training. It will give you the tips and secrets to speak more like a native. Grab your FREE training here.
 
 
Join the Blabla Club
Not sick of me yet? Every day I hang out in my amazing community of French learners. If you’re looking for a warm, encouraging, community-driven space where you can regularly engage other French learners, discuss curated web content, participate in grammar and vocabulary challenges, and build connections and habits that make French-learning part of your everyday lifestyle, come and check out The Blabla Club. It's the number one place to hang out and practice your French by applying everything I talk about in this show.
 
 
Subscribe and review The French Blabla Podcast
Thanks so much for tuning into the podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and love the show, I'd really appreciate you subscribing and leaving me a review on your favourite podcast player.
 
Not only does it let me know you're out there listening, but your feedback helps me to keep creating the most useful episodes. And you know what? I also get to be discovered by more awesome people like you!

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