By popular demand, I'll record some episodes to help you learn or recognise common French slang expressions. As you may know, the French you learn in the classroom and the French you hear in the street or in the movies can sometimes sound quite different !
If you enjoyed this episode, you may also find my short eBook "How to improve your French conversation skills" useful! It includes a section featuring common differences between French as you know it and as it is actually spoken in real life 😉
Check out my eBook : https://frenchyourway.com.au/improve-french-conversational-skills
Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode
le ciné, cinoche
un boîte (de nuit)
Un keum (= mec)
un keuf, un flic, un poulet
LINKS and RESOURCES
French slang expressions (1) - French Your Way Podcast episode 233: http://frenchyourway.com.au/podcast233
my eBook "How to improve your French conversation skills": https://frenchyourway.com.au/improve-french-conversational-skills
Live workshops are back!
More information and bookings open on my events page: https://frenchyourway.com.au/events
If you can’t attend, don’t worry: you will receive the replay video as well as the worksheet and answers.
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