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In Lesson 25 you’ll solve the mystery of “qui” or “que”.

Please note that lesson 25 of Season 2 was originally known as lesson 65 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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    14 replies to "Season 2 – Lesson 25 – Coffee Break French"

    • Heikki Vanharanta

      Nobody can listen this, because there is no start arrow! No wonder nobody has commented the content.

      • lulu

        That’s no true, Heikki! The podcast is very useful! Thanks Mark and Anna1 Keep up the good work!

    • Sergey

      I’m a beginner in French

    • Alejandro
    • Tom Windsor

      They can listen to it on itunes 🙂

    • noname

      why can’t you listen to this?

    • radiolingua radiolingua

      Excusez-nous! Sorry for the bug resulting in no audio player on this post. We’ve rectified this and hope you’ve been able to play the episode now.

    • maoulay_1

      qui
      تسبقها الفاعل و بعدها فعل
      Jhon qui alle a`laeroport

      que
      تسبقها المفعول به و بعدها الفاعل
      le fromage que je mange
      و إذا جاء الفعل الماضي بعد الفاعل يجب الوضع في الإعتبار أن الفعل يعود في هذه الحالة على المعفول به
      ex: les livres que j`ai achetes
      la chambre que j`ai aimee

      don`t worry this an arabic summary for the lesson

    • colm

      This cleared up a lot of uncertainty for me after much searching on this topic. Do these rules always hold verb/subject qui/que and how does ce qui and ce que fit into this?

    • radiolingua radiolingua

      @Colm Yes, it will always hold based on what we covered in the lesson. Ce qui and Ce que is a little more complicated, although it still works based on the subject/object issue. We’ll be covering these in future lessons.

    • Agagooga

      What was that about the boy under the plane?

    • Ian Anderson

      What happened to qui and que? We are now over 8 and a half minutes into this lesson but no mention of them so far except in the opening spiel.

    • melissab

      thank you!
      i get this now 🙂

    • Mike

      Dear Ian, this episode is 26mins long, probably to accommodate the first 8 mins of revision, which I find very helpful. If it bothers you so much, just fast forward the first 8 mins. Q.E.D.
      Thanks guys, I genuinely find these podcasts invaluable for my learning. You are all extremely generous at C.B.F.

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