French Conversation: 30 useful phrases.

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Learn French phrases that you can use in your daily life.

  • Au Travail (Workplace)
  • C'est où? (Where?)
  • Au Bureau de poste (The Post Office)

Translation vidéo 1:

1. — C’est quoi votre travail ? — Je suis couturière. 2. — Quelle est votre occupation ? — Je suis mécanicien. 3. — Qu’est-ce que vous faites comme travail ? — Je suis chauffeur de taxi. 4. — Êtes-vous marié ? — Non, je suis célibataire. 5. — Serge, je te présente mon mari, Carlos. — Enchanté, Carlos ! 6 . — C’est mon garçon Éric. — Bonjour Éric. 7. — Monsieur Zhang, je vous présente Madame Tran, la nouvelle secrétaire. — Ça me fait plaisir, Madame !

Translation vidéo 2:

At school 1. Where is the toilet? - It's downstairs, in the basement. 2. Where is Michele's class? "It's upstairs, on the first floor, Next to the staircase. 3. Where is the bell? "It's at the entrance to the right of the door." 4. Where is the teachers' room? "It's on the gr...

Learn French phrases that you can use in your daily life.

  • Au Travail (Workplace)
  • C'est où? (Where?)
  • Au Bureau de poste (The Post Office)

Translation vidéo 1:

1. — C’est quoi votre travail ? — Je suis couturière. 2. — Quelle est votre occupation ? — Je suis mécanicien. 3. — Qu’est-ce que vous faites comme travail ? — Je suis chauffeur de taxi. 4. — Êtes-vous marié ? — Non, je suis célibataire. 5. — Serge, je te présente mon mari, Carlos. — Enchanté, Carlos ! 6 . — C’est mon garçon Éric. — Bonjour Éric. 7. — Monsieur Zhang, je vous présente Madame Tran, la nouvelle secrétaire. — Ça me fait plaisir, Madame !

Translation vidéo 2:

At school 1. Where is the toilet? - It's downstairs, in the basement. 2. Where is Michele's class? "It's upstairs, on the first floor, Next to the staircase. 3. Where is the bell? "It's at the entrance to the right of the door." 4. Where is the teachers' room? "It's on the ground floor, next to the director's office." 5. Where is the class of Diana? - It's upstairs, on the first floor, at the end of the corridor. 6. What is the name of the concierge? - It (or, it) is called ________________. "It pleases me, Madame!"

Translation vidéo 3:

At the post office 1. - Are you going to the post office? - No, I never go to the post office. 2. - Who goes to the post office for you? - My sister goes to the post office for me. 3. - Do you receive parcels? - Yes, I get parcels. 4. - Hello Madam, I would like 4 stamps for China, please. - Yes that's it. That makes three dollars and twenty. 5. - I would like to send a 2-kilogram package to Jamaica by plane. - Yes sir. That's seventeen piastres and fifty. 6. - How much does a stamp cost Canada? - It costs ten sous? - No ! It costs ______ … 7. - How much does it cost a stamp for the United States? "Is it twenty-five sous?" - No ! It is ______ …

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