Coming up in this lesson:

In Lesson 01 we move on from looking at particular words and phrases to constructing the language so you can say exactly what you want to say. We start by taking a look at how to conjugate regular ER verbs in the present tense.

Please note that lesson 01 of Season 2 was originally known as lesson 41 of Coffee Break French. We have renumbered the lessons of each season as lessons 1-40 to make things more simple for our listeners.

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    8 replies to "Season 2 – Lesson 01 – Coffee Break French"

    • Barbara

      I always could hear the lessons
      now I only get the answer”file not found”!!
      What is the reason??
      Could somebody help???

    • Roz

      how do we know which is being spoken – example: ils chantent and il chante – as they are both pronounced the same? could you answer on here please
      Roz 🙂

    • carole

      they sound the same, you just have to figure it out from the context.

    • Jocky

      I enrolled in 2a silver french today but cant sign in as my username and password are not recognised. I cant see text only hear spoken word on my iPad. Presumably because it doesnt have flash reader.

    • constance lewallen

      how do i add lessons 41 on to i tunes

    • Babs

      Enjoying the grammar now – it’s got to be done!

    • Cate

      Mu iPad doesn’t have Adobe
      Flash. I listen to your classes on my iPhone and love them.

    • Cate

      My iPad doesn’t have Adobe
      Flash. I listen to your classes on my iPhone and love them.

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