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In Lesson 12 you’ll learn numbers from 11 to 1000, and you’ll also learn the days of the week, and the months and seasons of the year.

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    14 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 12 – Coffee Break French"

    • connor

      Your lessons are great! thank you very much. I’m learning on my own and this is really helpful

    • Nathan

      No Singing?! Awww! No wonder she said it was boring.

    • Amey

      hello

      J’etude la langue francaise a l’Alliance Francaise de Bombay.
      Les lecons sont tres bon.

      Merci

      Amey

    • Chris

      Mark and Anne, I suspect your French lessons will gain the same cult status as ‘Countdown’

      Your cheesy (and slightly nerdy) reparte with heartwarming Scottish brogue always leaves me with a smile on my face.

      I have to agree with Anne that lesson number 12 was the most boring lesson. But I still love them all. By far the best language lessons I have had.

    • Daphanee

      I love the program thx ive really learned alot

    • Caroline

      Je m’apple Caroline. J’aime beaucoup les lec,ons francais de Coffe Break French. J’ai oubliais mon francais. Je suis heureux apprendre maintenent et souvinier plus francis.
      Merci beaucoup!

    • Sue Copeland

      Hi to you both, love Coffee Break French, I saw season 3 and purchased it, but to advanced for me, love listening to it. Then I found this sight (thick or what?) so I am learning along with you hear and loving it! until I have saved up enough pennies for the members version. Merci beaucoup!

    • anton

      what Can I say about this beautifull course.. Mark and Anna you’re just the best.. don’t stooppp !

    • 이슬

      Merci beaucoup!!!!!!!!!

      • Joyel Sel Lee

        Mark, my birthday is the 20th of april, too!

    • @@@@@

      Merci beaucoup!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Annie

      Am doing and hour a day (am laid up with a broken leg) and am thoroughly enjoying the podcasts and the easy style of teaching. By the time my cast is removed I am expecting to be proficient in conversational French, merci Beaucoup Mark and Anna.

    • Oliana

      A little bit boring 😀 but still useful! Thank you!!!

    • Sheena

      This programme is quite wonderful, doing a little French refresher course before my next trip to France in April. Thank you Mark and Anna! 🙂 x

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