French Lesson 3: La Tour de Babel (The Tower of Babel)

French Lesson 3: La Tour de Babel (The Tower of Babel)

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Added by June 18, 2014

OH LA LA HOLLYWOOD SPEAKS FRENCH! – EP3

FRENCH LISTENING COMPREHENSION PRACTICE 3

With webisode 3 of  French learning web series “Oh La La, Hollywood Speaks French!”, you will learn how to say where someone is from, and indicate nationality and language(s) spoken.

Webisode 3 includes a French dialog ideal for beginners and intermediate learners in French and focuses on how to say nationalities and languages in French. It uses basic French words and useful expressions to start speaking French. It will strengthen your listening comprehension skills and will allow you to become more confident with simple conversations in French. Fun video to learn how to speak French and meet people from different countries.

Story: Lili’s friends arrive for a little “apéritif”. They start chatting in French and ask where everybody is from. They all seem to come from different French speaking countries. A little romance is starting too…

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2 Comments

  1. Jacki
    Jacki 18 June, 2014, 09:37

    These lessons are fun, but I would really benefit from seeing the French captions. The characters speak so fast it’s hard to understand the French words. Would you be able to add the French captions as well as the English captions? For me personally, I don’t need to have the English at all. Thanks!

  2. admin
    admin 19 June, 2014, 23:08

    Hi Jacki! The workbook of the show is actually available at: http://ohlalaispeakfrench.com/downloads/oh-la-la-hollywood-speaks-french-season-1-workbook/
    It includes a few guidelines on how to make the most of the videos, along with both the French text, and its translation in English. Hope that helps! Bon français! 🙂

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