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In Lesson 33, join Mark and Anna in France as they arrive at the hotel. Anna plays the role of Jane Johnson, a British tourist who is checking in at the hotel. In this dialogue, you’ll recognise lots of the words and phrases covered in Lessons 22 and 23.

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    7 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 33 – Coffee Break French"

    • josé

      j’ai compris toute dont elles ont dit
      mes salutations en provenance du Venezuela

    • Roz

      The one thing that I have always struggled with is understanding when someone speaks to me in French, these lessons are starting to help me understand the spoken french but I must admit I am still struggling – onwards

    • waliul

      tres bien marc et anna

    • waliul

      j’aime toi anna

    • Guillaume

      J’ai une question. Pourquoi, quand autres est pluriel, on dit d’autre et pas “des autres”. Merci!

      • Guillaume

        J’ai fait une erreur. Désolé!
        Pourquoi, quand autres est pluriel, on dit “d’autres” et pas “des autres”. Merci!

        • Marie-France

          Because the word ‘autres’ begins with the vowel ‘a’ the ‘des’ is contracted to ‘d” in speech to make the utterance flow better.

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