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In Lesson 12 we take a look at the negative form of the immediate future tense. We also look at the different ways to say “some” in French, also known as the partitive article.

Please note that lesson 12 of Season 2 was originally known as lesson 52 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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    4 replies to "Season 2 – Lesson 12 – Coffee Break French"

    • Chris

      Hi Mark, I’m afraid the extra podcast of CBF 52 does not work, does it?

    • Helen

      Mes devoirs: Je vais visiter la France, où je vais parler francais tous les jours. Je ne vais pas me tromper!

    • mazhar

      Well done and keep it up. I m going through the basics by you. You r a blessing for this world
      trillion thanks

    • Donna

      Hi, thanks for the explanation of cette, ce and ces. Its the first time I have had this explained and it finally makes sense.

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