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Bonjour à tous !
Welcome to the French Blabla podcast where you'll find tips to increase your fluency while boosting your way of learning.
If you're fed up with boring grammar books or tired of speaking an artificial French, far from how natives speak, then this podcast is for you.
This podcast isn't French grammar or French vocabulary only, we will cover a wide range of topics that will help you in your learning journey.

What are you waiting for? Join me!

French Blabla Speak Like a native

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Bonjour à tous !
Welcome to the French Blabla podcast where you'll find tips to increase your fluency while boosting your way of learning.
If you're fed up with boring grammar books or tired of speaking an artificial French, far from how natives speak, then this podcast is for you.
This podcast isn't French grammar or French vocabulary only, we will cover a wide range of topics that will help you in your learning journey.

What are you waiting for? Join me!

    A day in French - 46 - Christmas

    A day in French - 46 - Christmas

    Joyeux Noël ! Mes meilleurs voeux à tous. Je vous souhaite de passer de merveilleuses fêtes. Voilà. Alors, bienvenue pour ce nouvel épisode. Today, because it’s Christmas, I’m going to share a story that I saw in a newspaper.
    It’s aimed at A2 learners, so beginner +. The whole episode uses the present tense.
    We also have a sprinkle of passive voice so if you’d like to review this, stay tuned. There are also some colourful phrases you can learn to enrich your vocabulary.
    If you’d like to grab all the goodies I’ve just talked about, head over to frenchblabla.org or simply click the link below to download the study guide where you’ll find the transcription, the vocabulary, the grammar focus and of course the writing challenge. You know the drill.
     
     
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    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!
     
    Music: Wonder Happens by Podington Bear – Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License

    • 4 min
    A day in French - 45 - Cleaning

    A day in French - 45 - Cleaning

    Aujourd’hui on va parler d’une de mes découvertes qui a changé ma vie quotidienne. Je suis sûre que beaucoup d’entre vous vont me dire “mieux vaut tard que jamais”, better late than never if we say it in English. Yes, I’m always a late bloomer.
    This episode is a direct request from Eric. He joined the Christmas Postcard exchange and asked for more beginner episodes.
    If you’d like to review your present tense and your object pronouns (le - la - les) while learning new vocabulary to talk about your house cleaning habits, then stay tuned. If you’re intermediate, don’t skip this episode because I have some colourful phrases for you that are natural, casual and especially will make you sound like a native. You’ll find everything in the study guide. Simply click on the link below to get your hands on the transcription, the vocabulary and the grammar focus.
     
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    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.
     
     
     
    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!
     
    Music: Wonder Happens by Podington Bear – Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License

    • 4 min
    A day in French - 44 - Eggs

    A day in French - 44 - Eggs

    Raise your hand if you think we’re going to talk about breakfast.
    Sorry guys, this isn’t the kind of eggs we’re going to talk about today I’m afraid.
    We’re gonna have a conversation about MY EGGS. Something I had never imagined I would say on the internet for the whole world to hear, but here we are.
    The vocabulary in this episode is obviously very medically-oriented with a lot of specific words related to this field. It will be very useful if you want to share your last experience at the hospital in French.
     
    If you’re interested in all of this, you can either go to frenchblabla.org to download the study guide where you’ll find the transcription, the vocabulary and the grammar or you can simply click on the link in the description. It will take you there.
     
    In this episode
    Words and phrases connected to the medical world A sneakpeek into the French medical world A challenge for you to shine  
    Music: Wonder Happens by Podington Bear – Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License
     
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    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.
     
     
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    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!

    • 6 min
    A day in French - 43 - Dancing

    A day in French - 43 - Dancing

    Today, we’re going to continue talking about my life and the activities that I have finally resumed.
    I feel overjoyed and it’s not even an exaggeration frankly.
    Being able to clear my mind during the week and taking a break from the daily life…it’s really refreshing.
    This episode is a bit more difficult than usual so it’s aimed at intermediate levels, B1 and B2.
    We will study words and phrases that are related to the world of dancing. As for the grammar focus, we will review phrases about feelings and how to use the verb “to miss” as in “i miss dancing” for example.
    If you’re interested in all of this, you can either go to frenchblabla.org to download the study guide where you’ll find the transcription, the vocabulary and the grammar or you can simply click on the link in the description. It will take you there.
     
    Music: Wonder Happens by Podington Bear – Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License
     
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    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.
     
     
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    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!

    • 4 min
    Ep58 - Voilà ! It's time to use this word like a native

    Ep58 - Voilà ! It's time to use this word like a native

    Last week, my partner watched a rugby match on tv and he got really impressed by the incredible amount of "voilà" one can fit in a few sentences. He, then, asked me if it was common for French people to use this word so much. I mean, the rugby player felt the need to put at least one "voilà" per sentence. That is some dedication!
    Of course, as you can imagine, I answered him that no, we’re not supposed to use "voilà" as a punctuation mark.
    Today you’re going to learn how to use "voilà" properly.
    Last year, thanks to the Eurovision, this little word got famous again all over the world. It was the title of the song France won her second place with so it was time for "voilà" to have its own episode.
     
    In this episode
    New ways to use the word “voilà” Alternatives to “voilà” to sound more natural A challenge for you to shine  
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    Struggling with pronunciation, especially when it's fast? Do you think to yourself "how on earth am I supposed to produce those sounds in my mouth?"
    Do yourself a favour and get my Pronunce like a native audio exercises here. Takes only 1min to improve. Yep, you read it right!
     
     
     
    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.
     
    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!

    • 9 min
    Ep57 - The word "little" will never be the same again

    Ep57 - The word "little" will never be the same again

    I’ll be honest this is something I say a lot… I realized it when I quickly listened to one of the episode to see if everything was ok. I guess it’s a bad French habit that pervaded my English. Tell me if you noticed it! As a consequence, I strongly believe this is a bad habit you should integrate in your French language. Like everybody in my country, I tend to overuse the word “little”. It’s not really a filler since it conveys different meanings and emotions as well. Today that’s what we’ll study so that your world becomes smaller and cuter
     
    In this episode
    New ways to use the word “little” Speak a more natural and native sounding French  
    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.
     
     
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    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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