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In this week’s Coffee Break French we provide another opportunity for you to test your translation skills based on what you’ve learned in Season 3.

Please note that lesson 36 of Season 3 was originally known as lesson 336 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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    1 Response to "Season 3 – Lesson 36 – Coffee Break French"

    • Janice Cooper

      In Lesson 36 of CBF, the 8th sentence to translate is, “This weekend they want us to go to London with them.” In the English I was taught long, long ago, as written that sentence would mean that the “wanting,” not the “going,” was being modified by “this weekend” (by the time next weekend rolls around, they might want us to go somewhere else entirely). A hyper-vigilant copy-editor (me!) would say that “this weekend” should come later in the sentence, after “London” perhaps. Is this a distinction a French speaker would make? 

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