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In this week’s lesson, we continue the theme of shopping but this time in a market place. You’ll learn how to ask for different types and quantities of food and how to ask the price. Finally you can listen to a typical conversation in a market place and hear the words and phrases in context.

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    6 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 26 – Coffee Break French"

    • Craig

      I hope someone can clear this up. In this lesson Mark refers to an orange in the masculine, ie: ‘un orange’. Everywhere on the web -google translate etc- and a French acquaintance of mine assures me it’s ‘une orange’.

      Just a slip up or am I missing something?

      Great pods, btw. Merci!

    • Elmar

      Now that I’ve reached lesson 26 I’ve noticed that as well. Anyways, it’s a great approach to French.

    • Hosam

      Craig,
      You are right.
      Orange as a fruit is feminin & orange as a color is masculine
      Merci

    • Gosia

      Do you know where to find these notes with the tapescript of the dialogue? Thx.

    • max.tindal

      Great, really helping me learn french. Thanks
      I really enjoy these. Merci!

    • Jacq

      Thanks Mark and Anna! Catching up really fast. Please I have abit of a problem trying to discern two parts
      One says ‘Je voudrais des tomates, Combien ……….
      The second part says Vous avez du……………………….., voulez-vous gouter?
      Merci!

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