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French Your Way Podcast: Learn French with Jessica | French Grammar | French Vocabulary | French Expressions

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Rank #45 in Language Learning category

Education
Society & Culture
Language Learning
Places & Travel
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Learn French: Discover the French Language with Jessica

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Learn French: Discover the French Language with Jessica

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184 Ratings
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LOVE this!!

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Absolutely love this podcast!!!

Helpful French language tool!

By cmerepaul - Sep 12 2018
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Great to listen to while at work. Pleasant teacher.

iTunes Ratings

184 Ratings
Average Ratings
156
15
5
6
2

LOVE this!!

By mysterylover2012 - Jun 07 2019
Read more
Absolutely love this podcast!!!

Helpful French language tool!

By cmerepaul - Sep 12 2018
Read more
Great to listen to while at work. Pleasant teacher.
Cover image of French Your Way Podcast: Learn French with Jessica | French Grammar | French Vocabulary | French Expressions

French Your Way Podcast: Learn French with Jessica | French Grammar | French Vocabulary | French Expressions

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Learn French: Discover the French Language with Jessica

Rank #1: FYW 107 : How to Add French to Your Daily Life

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It is generally agreed that if you want to practice a foreign language, the best thing you can do is to travel to a country where this language is spoken. But, what about the rest of the time? How do you stay motivated and how to practice when you’re not travelling? Here are simple tips… Read More →

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Feb 22 2017

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Rank #2: FYW 153 : French expressions using the verb FAIRE (Part 1)

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The French verb FAIRE is extremely common and used in a wide range of expressions – not only idiomatic expressions. Boost your French vocabulary by learning or brushing up French expressions using the verb FAIRE. I’ll also remind you about the irregular conjugation of the verb FAIRE! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned… Read More →

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Jan 10 2018

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Rank #3: FYW 141 : Tips to watch French movies

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Alexandre from Moscow would like some tips to watch French movies. Although his level of French is rather advanced, he struggles with understanding French movies. Why is that? And how to slowly get to watching French movies in original version without subtitles? I don’t have a magic wand for it but my tips may help… Read More →

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Oct 18 2017

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Rank #4: FYW 144 : (Part 2) The relative pronouns: lequel, laquelle, lesquels, duquel, etc.

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How and when to use the relative pronouns LEQUEL, LAQUELLE, LESQUELS, etc.? Let’s see together the answers to the exercise I gave you in the previous episode and add one more rule! Listen to Part 1: “The relative pronouns: lequel, laquelle, lesquels, duquel, etc.”: www.frenchyourway.com.au/podcast143 Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this… Read More →

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Nov 08 2017

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Rank #5: FYW 132 : Need help to choose between “c’est” and “est”?

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Listener Kate emailed me with the following question: “There is something thing I’ve never really had explained to me and which I still get confused about. When in French you use “c’est” instead of “est,” as we would in English?  Any tips on when to use “est” and when to use “c’est” is much appreciated. … Read More →

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Aug 16 2017

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Rank #6: FYW 092 : The difference between SAVOIR and CONNAITRE

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“Savoir” and “connaitre” are a typical source of confusion among learners of French. Did you know that the difference between savoir and connaître has nothing to do with the meaning? I’ll give you my best tips to get this right from now on 😉 This episode includes a practice worksheet, a tongue-twister to drive you… Read More →

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Nov 09 2016

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Rank #7: FYW 138 : (PART 1) Back to school: French vocabulary and culture

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In this episode, I’m celebrating teachers and pupils alike as they are going back to school in France. I’ll give you some back to school related vocabulary and you will learn French facts about the school year and holidays. Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode La rentrée (des classes) =… Read More →

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Sep 27 2017

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Rank #8: FYW 091 : I’m back from France! My comments and travel tips for you

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In this episode, I’ll share my memories and comments after spending 3 months of family time in France. You’ll get another insight into French culture and habits. LINKS and RESOURCES Episode 75 : France Travel Tips (PART 3): Driving: http://frenchyourway.com.au/podcast75 Episode 77 : “Zero confidence when speaking French!”: http://frenchyourway.com.au/podcast77 Thank You for Tuning In! There… Read More →

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Nov 02 2016

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Rank #9: [Replay] FYW 037 : How to Pronounce the French R

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Many students struggle with the pronunciation of the French R, so in this episode I will give you some practice exercises and phonetic tips on how to pronounce the French R so that you can sound more French. Unleash the tigeRRR in you! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode Practice… Read More →

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Jun 12 2019

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Rank #10: FYW 094 : What is “coucou” in French?

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French Your Way Podcast listener Ej emailed me to ask what I meant exactly after he heard me say “coucou” at the beginning of an episode. So, just for the pleasure of travelling from word to word, here are the meanings of the French word “coucou”! I’ll also talk about my fears of misspelling or… Read More →

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Nov 23 2016

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Rank #11: FYW 073 : France Travel Tips (PART 1): General Tips

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To celebrate summer I’ve prepared for you a series of 3 episodes with my best travel tips for your stay in France! In this episode I’ll cover: how to plan your itinerary and avoid being stuck in traffic, how many “bises” (kisses) you should smack on French people’s cheeks, and much more. Learn false friend… Read More →

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Jun 29 2016

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Rank #12: FYW 088 : Direct and Indirect Objects and Pronouns in French

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A grammar lesson with my usual teaching style and examples to understand the difference between intransitive and transitive, direct and indirect objects. This is important because it will help you choose between the pronouns “le”, “la”, “leur”, “lui”, etc. and make correct sentences in French! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this… Read More →

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Oct 12 2016

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Rank #13: FYW 130 : Do you often confuse ” depuis, pendant, il y a”?

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The difference between “depuis, pendant” and “il y a” is often confusing for students of French. In this episode, I’ll clarify how to use these words properly and will give you examples J Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode Il y a 3 jours = 3 days ago J’apprends le… Read More →

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Aug 02 2017

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Rank #14: FYW 099 : The French Pronoun “EN”

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How and when to use the French pronoun “en”? In this episode, I’ll cover aspects that you may not be aware of. Also, I’ll explain where to position this French pronoun in a sentence and of course will give you many examples! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode Il boit… Read More →

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Dec 28 2016

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Rank #15: FYW 137 : “De la pizza” vs “la pizza”?

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When a two-letter word can make a difference between you getting a slice of pizza or a whole pizza… Do you need a brush-up to make sure you are using the correct French articles / structures? I just don’t want you to starve 😉 Learn when to say “une pizza”, “de la pizza” or “la… Read More →

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Sep 20 2017

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Rank #16: FYW 181 : Listen to a real French lesson! (French session #2)

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Listen to a real French lesson that I recorded This is a new concept to give you the opportunity to have a casual French session on Skype with me, since I can’t commit to recurring lessons anymore. For you, it is a great opportunity to get my personal feedback on your French and ask me… Read More →

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Jul 25 2018

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Rank #17: FYW 198 : “J’ai été” or “j’étais”? Passé composé or imparfait?

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In today’s episode I’m answering a question from Donovan: “Can you please give some examples of when to use j’étais versus j’ai été and when to use j’avais versus j’ai eu?  In English, we translate so many things as “was” or “had”, that it’s hard to understand the difference! I’ve tried to find material on… Read More →

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Nov 21 2018

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Rank #18: [Replay] FYW 002 : “For” (+ duration): Avoid Saying “Pour” if Possible!

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This common mistake comes from an incorrect translation from English and drives many French teachers to the verge of sanity! (including myself). I hope these explanations and examples will help! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode J’ai étudié à l’université (pendant) sept ans = I studied at university for seven… Read More →

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Mar 06 2019

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Rank #19: FYW 183 : Ceci, cela, ça, celui, etc: a guide about using the demonstrative pronouns and adjectives.

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In this episode I’ll explain the difference between the demonstrative adjectives and demonstrative pronouns and will help you choose wisely among all these little words! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode Ce soir, cet homme Cette fille Ces enfants C’est un chien. C’est qui? Qui est-ce? Ce (Ça, ceci, cela)… Read More →

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Aug 08 2018

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Rank #20: FYW 208 : How to say “What happened?” and more: “arriver” vs “se passer” in French

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Listener and student Yaniv asked me to clarify the meaning and use of the French verbs “arriver” and “se passer”. In this episode, you’ll see that, although both verbs have a similar meaning, the structure of the sentence is quite different! Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode ARRIVER = (sth)… Read More →

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Jan 30 2019

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