Episode 2


French Conversations for Beginners: Directions

Welcome back to French Conversations for Beginners. Today we’ll talk about how to:

*find a place
*get directions
*learn helpful language for finding your way

(01:11) “How to find the supermarket” dialogue.

(02:24) Breaking down the pieces of the dialogue.

(07:37) Cycling through different words and phrases. Disturb or bother, at a certain number of the street, I know, just, let’s go, alright then. Listen, street, turn, on the left, again/still, have, you will find, opposite, next to, the park, not really, I think.

(09:37) Other helpful (basic) things you need to know in French when asking for directions. Roundabout, pathway/sidewalk.

Janina, the multilingual language teacher, and Joël, the native French speaker, share real French conversations. To join our mailing list, to get more resources about learning languages, and to get this course’s workbook, visit reallifelanguage.com/reallifelanguageblog. Be sure to subscribe and leave a rating.

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