In this episode we’re investigating an interesting aspect of life in this part of France: what it’s like to live and work in a border town. Mark travels north to the town of Breil-sur-Roya, and to do so he has to cross the border between France and Italy a number of times. Through the conversations featured in this extended audio episode you’ll learn about life in les villes frontalières.

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  • transcripts: read every word of French included in the conversations;
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  • bonus audio materials: where an edited version of an interview is included in the main lesson, we’ll provide the full recording in the course to allow you to develop your comprehension skills further;
  • exclusive video content: in addition to recording interviews in the south of France, the Coffee Break Team also filmed some video content and this video material is included in the course. Please note that these are not video versions of the interviews.

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    1 Response to "CBF-ER 1.06 | Les Villes Frontalières"

    • Nick

      Merci beaucoup Marc! J’ai aimé bien cette episode des villes frontailière. Ma famme et moi irons à la Côte d’Azur pendent deux semaines. Et on va passer nos vacances a Villefranche-sur-Mer et Breil-sur-Roya. C’est vraiment interèsant à ecouter à vos voyages là-bas, particulairment à Breil! Bon continuation.

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