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This week, we are continuing our series of dialogues recorded in France. Anna is not feeling too well so we take a trip to the pharmacy to get something to make her feel better.

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    3 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 38 – Coffee Break French"

    • Donna

      A french friend of ours said that copine and copin are only used for girlfriend and boyfriend as in partners. Is this regional or all over the french speaking area. Merci

    • Barbara

      My other class in French uses petit-ami and petite-amie for the girl-friend boy-friend relationship. They use copain and copine in the sense of companions.

    • Louise

      We use petit-ami et petite-amie exclusively ase boyfriend and girlfriend. Copain (masculine form of friend) and copine (feminine form of friend) are used for friends but we also use them in casual conversation to refer to our boyfriend or girlfriend.

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