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In Lesson 18 you’ll learn to deal with dietary requirements in the restaurant and complain about your food – or compliment the chef!

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    5 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 18 – Coffee Break French"

    • Jian

      When the next lesson is going to be out? I am looking forward to it. Thanks a lot for the effort. I really enjoy them.

    • Hosam

      What is nuts in French?

      • Roz


      • Radu

        Nuts in French is craizee 🙂

    • Guillaume

      Je comprends le regle où on dit “Je ne mange pas de viande”, par exemple.
      Dans cette leçon, vous avez dit “Je ne peux pas manger de viande”.
      Mais quand on utiise “peut” avec l’infinitive on devrai dire “Je ne peux pas manger *la* viande”, au lieu de “de viande”, n’est-ce pas?
      Où fait-elle la presence de “pas” toujours signifie l’utilisation de “de”
      Merci que vous m’expliquez.

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