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In Lesson 16 you’ll learn to order snacks in a café.

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    7 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 16 – Coffee Break French"

    • […] Learned how to order snacks in a french cafe with coffee break french lesson #16. […]

    • Helena

      Merci a vous deux! Je n´ai jamais pris cours de francais, mais Coffee Break French m´aide beaucoup (Je aussi ecoute livres audio et regarde series tele preferes en francais). CBF m´a fait parler pour la premiere fois. Bon travail et salut de Prague!

    • shapoor

      bravo. you are super….merci

    • PJ

      You use ‘Un peu mange ici?’ to mean ‘Is it possible to eat here?’ – but how can that be right when the phrase for ‘I speak a little French’ is ‘Je parle un peu Français?’ Un peu means a little.

      I thought you said we’d be learning genuine French here

      • Radio Lingua

        That would be because “on peut manger ici” is completely different from “un peu”. “Peut” comes from the verb “pouvoir” and means “can” as in “can one eat here?” whereas the unrelated word “peu” means “a little”. You are indeed learning genuine French here…

        • PJ

          Ah this is where being able to easily afford to buy the premium content would have helped me :). I checked what you said and, as you know, you are correct. Thanks.

    • Jacqueline Hemmings

      I’ve noticed that with the word ‘vin’ the ‘n’ isn’t pronounced, but with the word ‘vingt’ the ‘n’ is pronounced and that also helps me to tell the difference apart from the context of the conversation.

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