Learn French, Lesson 20: Avoir, Falloir, Etre (To Have, Must, To Be)

Learn French, Lesson 20: Avoir, Falloir, Etre (To Have, Must, To Be)

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Added by July 14, 2014

OH LA LA HOLLYWOOD SPEAKS FRENCH! – EP20

FRENCH LISTENING COMPREHENSION PRACTICE 20

FRENCH SLANG AND DATING. French lesson 20 of “Oh La La, Hollywood Speaks French!” concludes the chapter on dating. It includes some French slang and the use of such verbs as “Avoir”, “Falloir”, “Etre”.

French learning webisode 20 will allow you to improve your French listening comprehension skills and teach you how to talk about men in French. More insight on dating in French! Fun & simple French dialog with useful French words and expressions to practice having a simple conversation in French. Ideal for French beginners or intermediate learners. Fun video to learn the French language. Includes the use of French verbs, mostly in the present tense, such as “avoir”, “être” and “falloir” (il faut…).

Story: Lili and SoSo are in a foul state of mind. Pablo arrives to cheer them up at exactly the right time!

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