Lesson 52 – Coffee Break French

Posted on May 9, 2009

In Lesson 52 we take a look at the negative form of the immediate future tense. We also look at the different ways to say “some” in French, also known as the partitive article.

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4 Responses to “Lesson 52 – Coffee Break French”

  1. Chris
    Jan 29, 2010
    Reply

    Hi Mark, I’m afraid the extra podcast of CBF 52 does not work, does it?


  2. Helen
    Aug 06, 2010
    Reply

    Mes devoirs: Je vais visiter la France, où je vais parler francais tous les jours. Je ne vais pas me tromper!


  3. mazhar
    Sep 24, 2011
    Reply

    Well done and keep it up. I m going through the basics by you. You r a blessing for this world
    trillion thanks


  4. Donna
    Sep 24, 2013
    Reply

    Hi, thanks for the explanation of cette, ce and ces. Its the first time I have had this explained and it finally makes sense.



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