This week we’re learning some useful vocabulary for buying drinks in a bar. Today’s show concentrates on the language needed to ask for a drink. Listen to the audio here:

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Today’s words and phrases:

je voudrais… – “I would like…”
je prends… – “I’ll have…” / “I’ll take…” (literally, “I take”)
une eau minérale – “a mineral water”

You can ask for une eau minérale plate for still water, and une eau minérale gazeuse for a sparkling water. Remember that by following @learnfrench on Twitter, you can learn French in 140-character lessons linked to these audio programmes.

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