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In lesson 34 of Season 3 we provide more translation exercises for you based on the constructions, vocabulary and grammar covered in this season. We’ll give you the phrase, followed by some time to work out the answer, and then we’ll talk through the answer, helping you to construct the phrase yourself in French.

Please note that lesson 34 of Season 3 was originally known as lesson 334 of Coffee Break French. We have renumbered the lessons of each season as lessons 1-40 to make things more simple for our listeners.

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    1 Response to "Season 3 – Lesson 34 – Coffee Break French"

    • ruth

      love the translation and dictation exercises in lessons 333 and 334! but it would help to include more explanation in the notes. for instance, i’d appreciate an explanation of why the imperfect (devais faire) instead of the perfect was used to translate sentence 3 in lesson 334. thanks.

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