French listening comprehension – “Un choc national: le restautant Paul Bocuse perd une étoile!” (levels B1 and +)

Practice French comprehension – listening  comprehension 1. Listen to the audio 2. Complete the text Après ___ ans au firmament, le restaurant Paul-Bocuse perd sa troisième étoile. L’Auberge du Pont-de-Collonges __ ____ sa troisième étoile dans l’édition 2020 du Guide Michelin __ ____ le __ _____. La maison de l’Auberge du Pont-de-Collonges sera donc ____  … Read more French listening comprehension – “Un choc national: le restautant Paul Bocuse perd une étoile!” (levels B1 and +)

How to improve listening comprehension in French?

Listening comprehension is always difficult when learning a new language, and French is not an exception! Recognizing sounds, identify words and their meaning is a complex process that requires practice.  A great tool to do that is to do dictation in French. Here are some exercises which will focus on the various aspects of the … Read more How to improve listening comprehension in French?

French listening comprehension – La ville ou la campagne? (Levels B and +)

Practice French listening comprehension for French test preparation DELF and  TCF Listen to the audio   Fill up the missing words in the transcript Vivre _____  ville ou _____ la campagne? Difficile ____ concilier les deux. Si vous _____ en ville, vous avez __  _____  toutes les infrastructures ____  vous avez ____  : des centres ____, des … Read more French listening comprehension – La ville ou la campagne? (Levels B and +)

French Listening Comprehension – “Marie-Antoinette, aimée et detestée” ( All levels)

Practice listening comprehension in French View the video and answer questions below [Transcript] French comprehension questions and practices French practice – Level A 1 – 2 Practice 1 — Which elements did you see in the video? Practice 2 – Select the right information below French practice – Levels A 2-B Complete the information below … Read more French Listening Comprehension – “Marie-Antoinette, aimée et detestée” ( All levels)

French comprehension – Talking about foreign language movie (Level B1+)

French comprehension exercise to talk about foreign-language movies and discuss the differences between subtitles and doubling. Listen to audio and view transcript for practicing pronunciation. For more information and talk with a French tutor, contact us here. Tous les pays ont leur propre industrie cinématographique mais ils ne sont pas tous égaux face à leur … Read more French comprehension – Talking about foreign language movie (Level B1+)

French news – European Elections (Levels A2 and +)

Practice French and follow current issues – Understand the European Elections process – Reading Comprehension in French –  Européennes 2019 : comprendre les élections Débuté en 2014, le mandat des eurodéputés prendra fin en mai prochain, juste après les élections européennes qui se déroulent du 23 au 26 mai. Quelques explications: Pourquoi vote-t-on ? Du … Read more French news – European Elections (Levels A2 and +)

French comprehension – “Transports futuristes” (Levels A2 and ++)

 French listening comprehension practice — Develop French comprehension skills  1)Watch the video below and identify the main topic and information provided 2)Listen again the commentator and read the transcript VIEW TRANSCRIPT PRACTICE Source: tv5.org

Listening Comprehension – “Le TGV change de nom” (Level B1 +)

 TRANSCRIPTION QUESTIONS Quel est le  nom du service de train en France? Est-ce que les passagers sont satisfaits du changement de nom? Pour quelles raisons le TGV change de nom? Pourquoi choisir le nom inOui? ___________________________________ More about TGV names… La SNCF est coutumière de ces espèces de mini-révolutions langagières. Il y a désormais tout un … Read more Listening Comprehension – “Le TGV change de nom” (Level B1 +)

Exercise de dictée: Van Gogh (Level B+)

French practice: listening/comprehension, writing, grammar ================================================ 1) Listen to the audio clip below and try to transcribe it. Click here to listen to the audio clip   2) View the transcript and answer the grammar questions below.  Transcript and grammar review

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