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In Lesson 17 you’ll learn useful language for visiting a restaurant.

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    14 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 17 – Coffee Break French"

    • A Devoted Listener

      When can we expect another wonderful lesson? French learners would love to know!

    • Elmar

      In the very beginning of this episode Mark says something like “Eh bien, nous … ici” which probably means something like “Here we are again”. What exactly does he say? Thanks a lot for your answer!

      I really like your program.

      • radiolingua radiolingua

        The phrase you’re thinking of is “nous revoici”. The word “voici” means “here is…”, so “nous voici” would be “here we are”. When “voici” becomes “revoici” in this context it means “here we are again”. I should have explained this before now, sorry!

        • Elmar

          Me revoici 😉 Thank you very much for your quick answer, Mark!

        • Roman

          I heard – “Nous revoici avec encore”? what does it means?

    • Caroline Altman

      I know how to say to wish or desire
      je voudrais. How would one say We would like?
      Is it something like nous voudraions?

    • jeff miller

      what is the literal translaiton for tout a fait?

    • akanksha

      @jeff:it means quite.

    • shapoor

      You are Great.merci.

    • lilly

      tis ok but am only using cause have to

    • muebles

      Hurrah, that’s what I was looking for, what a stuff! existing here at this web site,
      thanks admin of this site.

    • Csmmie

      When Mark tells us how to order something one sees on another person’s table, what exactly is being said? It sounds like “je voudrai sur la.” Thanks.

      • radiolingua radiolingua

        The expression is “je voudrais celui-là” – meaning something like “I would like that one there”. Hope that helps.

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