Walk, Talk and Learn FrenchAuthor: Radio Lingua Network
25 Sep 2018

Walk, Talk and Learn French

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French grammar on the streets of Paris

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    Episode 08 - Walk, Talk and Learn French

    In this episode Mark and Pierre-Benoit discuss the imperfect tense of verbs which are irregular in the present, and they also look at 'avoir expressions' including 'avoir raison', 'avoir tort', 'avoir chaud', 'avoir faim', etc.

  • Posted on 14 Mar 2009

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    Announcing Coffee Break Scottish - Charity Special

    If you've enjoyed listening to the dulcet Scottish tones of the Radio Lingua presenters, now is your chance to learn some Scottish yourself! Radio Lingua has launched a special three-part series introducing you to contemporary Scottish words and phrases. It's all supposed to be a bit of fun and is in aid of the Comic Relief charity which supports projects around the world. On 13th March 2009, all across the UK, people are encouraged to "do something funny for money", so we're launching our Coffee Break Scottish show and making it available for a one-off payment of £3.00, every penny of which goes straight to Comic Relief. Find out more at http://www.coffeebreakscottish.com - Please note that this is supposed to be very silly and is not intended to offend! We're simply trying to raise a bit of money for charity and have a linguistic laugh!

  • Posted on 11 Mar 2009

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    Episode 07 - Walk, Talk and Learn French

    In this episode Pierre-Benoit and Mark discuss comparatives and superlatives.

  • Posted on 07 Mar 2009

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    Episode 06 - Walk, Talk and Learn French

    In this episode Pierre-Benoît and Mark discuss si clauses using the imperfect and conditional tenses.

  • Posted on 27 Feb 2009

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    Episode 05 - Walk, Talk and Learn French

    In this episode Pierre-Benoît and Mark look at a number of uses of the word 'bien', adjective agreements, dropping the 'ne' in 'ne ... pas' and take another look at 'en'.

  • Posted on 14 Feb 2009

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